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Five career trends for enterprise CIOs

SearchCIO.com Staff
Focusing on careers is always important, and perhaps even more so in a recession economy. Whether you're assessing how industry-wide unemployment figures could affect your organization, determining how to embrace changing roles in your firm, or simply revisiting your resumé and salary, enterprise CIOs must stay on top of emerging trends in order to recruit and retain the best talent and emerge successfully from tough economic times.

SearchCIO.com has been following IT careers closely. These five stories investigate issues and deliver solutions that will help you in your career decisions and enhance your organization.

 

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IT jobs holding their own, while the industry holds its breath
[Linda Tucci, Senior News Writer]
The latest report from Dice Holdings, an online job site, shows a modest decline in available jobs since this time last year, with New York accounting for more than half the loss. But at least one analyst cautions the market could turn sour yet.

 CIO lessons in change management
[Linda Tucci, Senior News Writer]
Four veteran women CIOs discuss how they've embraced change.

 CIO resumé advice: Keep it simple
[Linda Tucci, Senior News Writer]
Resumé writing has become an art, with automatic keyword searches and scanning software. Advice to CIOs: Brand and prioritize yourself.

 Salary Report: IT execs with business experience on the rise
[Linda Tucci, Senior News Writer]
How many years have the pundits harangued IT to get in touch with the business? Lesson learned, according to respondents in our 2007 salary survey.

 Salary Report: Senior IT execs leverage skills, earn big bonuses
[Kate Evans-Correia, Senior News Editor]
Senior IT execs are seeing the largest pay increases since 2001. Upshot: It's time to ask for a raise.

Let us know what you think about the story; email: Rachel Lebeaux, Associate Editor


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