A Five Minute Guide to Hiring .NET Developers

August 28th, 2015

There’s no denying the significant impact to enterprise software development made by Microsoft’s .NET Framework. Since its introduction in 2001, .NET holds a status only exceeded by Java among corporate software engineers. If your company is a .NET shop, chances are pretty good you need to hire developers experienced in this technology on a regular… Read More

What Could Relocating Do for Your Career?

August 21st, 2015

In nearly any professional’s career, a chance to move to a new city for a great open position may arise, especially for those working in one of the STEM fields. Whether or not you decide to relocate depends on many considerations — the “wow” factor of the job in question, your family, cost of living,… Read More

STEM Career Path – Should You Always Be Looking?

August 14th, 2015

How long have you worked in a science, engineering, or technical job? Have you begun to feel that your skills may be getting a little dated and you need a change? This is a common occurrence, particularly when technology and science are continually evolving. By the year 2020, just five years from now, old roles… Read More

Four Questions to Ask a Scientific Candidate

August 7th, 2015

The interview gives you or your hiring manager the best chance to see what truly makes a candidate tick. Applicants for scientific jobs bring a different set of skills when compared to most other professional disciplines. Your interviewing team needs to ask the right questions to ensure they get the best possible read on the… Read More