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Whether you’re a business or project analyst, project coordinator or some other type of project team member, making the transition to a project manager role is likely to be on your career agenda (the salary is excellent and demand is high). But although it’s well worn, the path to becoming a PM can be a bit daunting and often different for everyone. Nevertheless, there are some tried-and-tested approaches you should consider.
The shortage of big data experts, particularly data scientists, is a recurring topic in IT pro circles. While some roles can only be filled by people with serious scientific training, you might find some candidates in a less obvious area: graduates with arts degree.
A double-headed addition the killer interview questions collection: which three words would colleagues use to describe you?. And for an extra twist: which three words would your boss choose?
Another addition to the killer interview questions collection: how much would we have to pay you to run this betting game?
While IT salaries aren’t expected to increase hugely this year, the pool of IT graduates isn’t growing. That isn’t particularly great news for Australia’s future, but it does mean your chances of finding a job if you do graduate are good.
Dear Lifehacker, I’m finding that increasingly I am not enjoying my job. I don’t hate it but there is rarely a day where I’m not watching the clock or struggling through the last hour of the work day in anticipation of getting out. It recently occurred to me that I should start looking for another job but I’m unsure of where to begin.