Information Technology

The field of information technology (IT) continues to offer a wealth of opportunities for professionals to grow their careers, adapt, and continue to develop their technical skill sets. The great news is that a Champlain College Online undergraduate and graduate degree or certificate is built with not only technical competencies in mind, but also soft skills like creativity, problem solving, teamwork, and critical thinking that will serve our students for their lifetime. While it is a given that technology will change, the enduring value of your Champlain education provides a foundation for future growth and opportunity.

Do Contractors Earn More Than Full-Time Employees?

To contract or not to contract—that is the question. Whether ‘tis nobler to sit at a desk as a full-time employee, and spend your years interacting with the same group of people, or to sail forth as a contractor, and …

By Nick Kolakowski
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App Developer Roles Driving Huge Tech Jobs Spike in Early 2019

According to the most recent data available from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), the number of tech jobs available to pros spiked last month.

Examining the government’s jobs data, CompTIA notes the “IT sector” is the largest segment …

By Nate Swanner
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Linux Engineer and Sysadmin Jobs Can Translate into Big Money

If you’re on the hunt for a tech job that pays quite a bit of money, consider something Linux-centric. A new analysis of the Dice database shows that Linux engineers and sysadmins earn more (on average) than the “typical” tech …

By Nick Kolakowski
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Imposter Syndrome Equally Affects Men and Women in Tech

Imposter syndrome remains a persistent issue within the tech industry. No matter how sophisticated their skillset, or lengthy their experience, many tech pros believe they’re not suited for their roles.

Interview.io, which allows people to practice technical interviewing anonymously, has …

By Nick Kolakowski
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5 Non-Technical Job Interview Questions You’ll Want to Prepare For

When we talk about a job interview for tech roles, the most common topic is technical questions. That’s logical; it’s what most developers and engineers worry about. But there’s an entirely different component to consider in your next interview.

Non-technical …

By Nate Swanner
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