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Tuesday, September 25th, 2018
From eWEEK...
Web 2.0 is changing the way business and society function. Read up on how these tools can help your company.
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From Ziff Davis CIO Insight...
They have their reasons, and often they overlap.  Here's why men vs. women leave, and what CIOs and HR need to watch out for.
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From PageTutor...
With all the talk about bailouts and stimulus funds it's hard to comprehend what one trillion dollars really means, until now!
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From Ziff Davis Baseline...
Not every project will survive the recession. Many don't make it even in better times. Shutting down an IT project should be a methodical process, whether the job is being put on hiatus or killed once and for all.
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From CBS News/YouTube...
In this CBS news story a huge elephant named Tara has befriended one of the sanctuaries stray dogs Bella.
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From 4/21/09 CareerBuilder...
The college graduating class of 2009 will face the most competitive job market in years, as companies continue to proceed with caution amid economic uncertainty, according to CareerBuilder's newly released annual college job forecast. The percentage of employers planning to hire recent college grads is roughly half of what it was just two years ago.  Only 43 percent of employers plan to hire recent college graduates in 2009, down from 56 percent in 2008 and 79 percent in 2007.

2009 Salaries

Along with the economy, entry-level salaries have taken a bit of a dive. Among those employers planning to hire recent college graduates, more than one in five (21 percent) said they will decrease starting salaries for recent college graduates in 2009 as compared to 2008.  But there's hope! A whopping 68 percent of employers plan to keep initial salary offers the same as last year, and 11 percent will increase them.

  • 33% of employers plan to offer recent college graduates starting salaries ranging between $30,000 and $40,000.
  • An additional 17% will offer between $40,000 and $50,000
  • 14% will offer more than $50,000
  • 36% will offer less than $30,000

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