5 Signs You’ve Outgrown Your Job

Having a job that’s easy, high-paying, and totally free from stress sounds too good to be true—but it can also be a sign that you’ve outgrown your job. For IT and tech workers, the sky is truly the limit to just how far your career can go. People in the industry have active, creative minds […]

Kick in the Pants: Being Healthy Makes You a Better Employee

Could vegetables be the key to getting that promotion? Paul Marciano’s 2010 book Carrots and Sticks Don’t Work debunked the myth that employers could improve performance with reward or punishment systems—but literal carrots could actually make a world of difference. That’s because a wealth of evidence suggests that those who eat right, exercise, and manage […]

The Real Skinny: Why Doing Good—Not Just Good Work—Matters

Do you use your tech wizardry for good or evil? Okay, hopefully you’re not using it for evil. But if you want to put your skills to use, you need to know that tech companies these days are looking for more than a neutral employee who does only what’s asked and goes home at the […]

IT Employment Expert Stephen Van Vreede Says The Best Way To Earn More Money Is To Negotiate Well

CEO of ITtechExec Stephen Van Vreede shares his tried-and-true salary negotiation tips, explaining to readers that salary isn’t about worth — it’s about the ability to negotiate. Rochester, NY — Aug 11, 2015 — Stephen Van Vreede, CEO of ITtechExec, published a new article titled “How To Ask For the Salary You Deserve.” In the article, he […]

How To Ask For the Salary You Deserve

You might be worth a million bucks, but you could wind up with a fraction of that number if you make the wrong salary negotiation moves. Most people aren’t thrilled at the prospect of salary negotiation, which is understandable. Done incorrectly, it can feel like a tense argument that leaves everyone offended and unhappy. But […]

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