This brand-new book is must-read material for job-hunting computer software engineers, applications and systems programmers, database developers and administrators, systems analysts, security engineers, network engineers, test engineers, and many other specialists in the IT (information technology) profession. An opening chapter gives an overview of today's IT job market with projections through the year 2010, current top job opportunities, and a discussion of new and evolving IT employment opportunities. A following chapter discusses the job-winning process, with advice on r(c)sum(c) writing and distribution, getting interviews, and landing a position. The remaining chapters describe the needed IT skill requirements, advise on developing a job-finding strategy, explain how to assess one's own skills, discuss employment strategies and career planning, and cover virtually every other aspect of IT job hunting. The book concludes with 30 sample r(c)sum(c)s for today's leading information technology job opportunitiAnother area where candidates frequently do not perform well in interviews is in the length and quality of their answers to interviewera#39;s questions. Two dangers exist in this subject: saying too little or too much. Saying aquot;yesaquot; or aquot;noaquot; in answer to anbsp;...
|Title||:||Computer Science Resumes and Job-finding Guide|
|Author||:||Phil B. Bartlett|
|Publisher||:||Barron's Educational Series - 2005|