2017 Top 6 IT jobs & 3 IT Job Search Tips

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Are you considering a career move in the IT field in 2017. Here are the Top 6 IT jobs for 2017, including median salaries and educational requirements.

  • Computer Systems Analyst
  • Software Developer
  • IT Manager
  • Web Developer
  • Computer Network Architect
  • Database Administrator

As a bonus, don’t miss our 3 impact job search tips for IT professionals. Are there any other hot IT jobs you are considering, or additional IT job search tips to share? We’d love to hear from you in the comments.

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10 Frequently Asked Interview Questions

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If a company sticks to the common or frequently asked interview questions over the more recently integrated behavioral interview questions, below are several to think about before you head to your interview. I don’t recommend that you have canned answers to every question, but being familiar if you are asked will help ease some additional interview stress.

1. Tell me about yourself…

May seem like the interviewer is trying to open ...

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Purpose of an Interview

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It is important to remember that the purpose of the interview is a two-way street, for the employer to find out if you are the best candidate for the job, and to find out if this is a good opportunity to you.

The employer will ask interview questions of you to answer these questions for the hiring manager or company:

Can you do the job?

  • Do you have the appropriate background, including education, skills, and experience?
  • Do you have the expertise ...
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6 Inappropriate Behaviors During an Interview

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Whether you are an interview expert or looking for advice for your first interview, it is important to think about your behavior during an interview as it is a major representation of you. Here are 6 inappropriate behaviors to avoid during an interview.

Cocky or arrogant

In life, a pinch of arrogance might be appropriate, but it’s inappropriate during a job interview where you are being evaluated not just for the skills you bring to the table, but whether ...

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Strange Interview Questions Explained

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Last week, I reached out to my Facebook friends and asked them to tell me the strangest interview question they have ever been asked. As long as the interview questions aren’t inappropriate, strange interview questions are asked to see how quick you are on your toes, ultimately explaining more about your personality, and if you would make a good fit in the organization. Below are some of the questions that were asked of my Facebook friends, and ...

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Pre-Interview Company Research

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When getting ready for an interview, the worst thing you could do is go to an interview unprepared about the company. Not only does it make you seem like you aren’t interested in the role, it also gives the interviewer the assumption you were just applying to apply, and not for the AMAZING opportunity with “ABC” company! I recommend you do your research prior to applying for a job so you know the company culture, ...

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7 Steps to be More Prepared for an Interview

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With these 7 minimal steps you will be more prepared for a job interview, and more than likely impress the interviewer than most.  A lasting impression is made in JUST 120 seconds!

1. Dress appropriately.

Do not overdress or underdress. Feel free to call the receptionist and ask what the dress code is, or search their website for in office pictures. Recruiters often help with this because they know the company culture. If you are working with a staffing ...

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Job Seeker Guide to Culture Fit

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While searching for a new job, we recommend you do your research on companies before applying. Most companies want to make sure you are a great culture fit, as well as a fit for the role. Making sure you align with the company’s culture will be a time saver for you.

When an interviewer is evaluating if your skills are a fit for the job, they will ask questions to help THEM mentally answer questions like the ones ...

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Interview with Confidence

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Confidence is critical in many aspects of life! Self-confidence is a mentality of knowing you can do something, and do it well. If you aren’t confident, more than likely you will not be successful in what you are trying to accomplish. Although confidence and success correlate in many areas in life, confidence is critical when looking for a new job, and during an interview. Being confident from the moment you walk through the door will give you ...

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