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Gender nurture and diversity in IT & technology

Gender nurture and diversity in IT & technology

Poll shows boys feel more encouraged than girls to pursue their interests in IT & Tech CW Jobs have conducted a YouGov poll to explore the gap between the numbers of men and women working within the IT industry. The

By on Oct 13, 2015
Meeting the demand for specialist skills in the IT sector

Meeting the demand for specialist skills in the IT sector

CWJobs’ latest skills report, which uses data gathered over the past seven years indicates demand for IT talent is outstripping the availability of candidates, (areas suggests locations) meaning attracting and retainin

By on Oct 2, 2015
Online behaviour can affect your career

Online behaviour can affect your career

Poll finds that swearing on Twitter or a drunken picture on Facebook could lose you a job offer, but showing industry knowledge and passion online can help your chances. A new YouGov online poll commissioned by CWJobs ha

By on Sep 15, 2015
UK IT & Tech Experts have spoken! The world is more likely to be saved by the computer industry than destroyed by it

UK IT & Tech Experts have spoken! The world is more likely to be saved by the computer industry than destroyed by it

Intrigued by what IT and Tech professionals think about the future of the industry and its effect on the world, CW Jobs conducted a survey with YouGov to find out whether we are positive or negative about our industry’

By on Jul 7, 2015
YouGov & CW Jobs Poll: IT & Tech Professionals polled on their industry’s causation of world saving and world ending scenarios.

YouGov & CW Jobs Poll: IT & Tech Professionals polled on their industry’s causation of world saving and world ending scenarios.

CW Jobs have run a YouGov poll asking 517 decision makers from within the IT and Technology industry what they think about how Tech will affect the future, and the fate of the world. Highlighted findings A quarter of tho

By on Jul 3, 2015
Why we need more women in IT

Why we need more women in IT

The annual ritual of exam results has been and gone, and young people across Britain are deciding on their next step. Encouragingly for the IT and technology sector, 16,773 students sat the computer science GCSE exam in

By on Sep 16, 2014
Becoming a Security Strategist

Becoming a Security Strategist

Operational IT security staff will always be in demand, but there’s a glass ceiling for technical experts. Breaking through that ceiling requires a thorough knowledge of cybersecurity at a strategic level, along wi

By on Jul 28, 2014
How to deal with a hole on your team

How to deal with a hole on your team

It happens. A project is in full swing and then someone is off sick, finds another position or you find that someone in your team is not suited to this particular project. How do you cope with that? In fact, how do you c

By on Jul 23, 2014
Mobile and security: what are the key skills for developers?

Mobile and security: what are the key skills for developers?

I recently attended Google I/O Extended in London, a chance to watch keynotes and sessions live streamed from Google’s annual conference in San Francisco. Google presented its latest ambitions for Android beyond smartp

By on Jul 21, 2014
Win Freelance IT Work With A World-Class CV

Win Freelance IT Work With A World-Class CV

See that Word file sitting on your computer? The one with ‘Curriculum Vitae’ at the top? Don’t think of it as a CV. Think of it as a weapon. It’s possibly your most powerful one, in the battle for

By on Jul 16, 2014
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