Tech hiring in South Florida is hot. Salaries and hourly rates are higher than ever. Sign-on bonuses are back. In this week’s Economist, details of current Tech Hiring strategies remind me of the late ‘90s. Companies get acquired for their tech staff, not their products or clients. Do you remember when a software development group auctioned off their company on eBay?
What’s the difference now? Since the world is now “flat”, a worldwide supply of developers diffuses hiring demand in the United States. But demand here is massive and growing larger than ever. Software drives hundreds of billions of dollars in real corporate earnings – not just the ecommerce aspirations of 1999. Cloud platforms exchange money making data with wearable technologies connected to billions of devices and sensors around the world. Will a massive cyber-attack bring it all down? How long will this cycle last?
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The Unemployed and Dislocated Worker Program is a federally-funded job-growth initiative of the US Department of Labor. As a licensed vocational school operating under the supervision of the Department of Education since 1989, PC Professor has been approved to participate in an Individual Training Assistance Special Project Grant targeting unemployed and dislocated workers throughout the South Florida region.
The funding grant will cover 100% of each participant’s tuition, fees, books and national certification exams. Complimentary refresher courses, practice time, phone support and supplemental job placement assistance are also included. Depending on the course of study, software and tools may be included as well. Instructor-led classes begin weekly and meet on a daytime, evening or weekend basis.
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January 2015 was as strong a month for IT job creation as any in the previous year, with 14,500 jobs added in the field, according to statistics provided by Janco Associates and the Bureau of Labor Statistics. With the rise in job demand has come a concomitant uptick in salaries. Most of that demand centers around “a real shortage of IT pros with experience in cloud-based applications and mobile computing,”