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How politics is impacting your company's productivity

A survey from Wakefield Research and BetterWorks suggests political discourse is starting to affect workplace productivity as a result of the 24 hour social-media news cycle. Here's what you can do about it.

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Solar power-related jobs in U.S. grew 25% in 2016

New data from The Solar Foundation’s annual job census show the number of jobs in the U.S. solar-power industry grew at historic levels in 44 states.

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IT Salary Survey 2017: Tech salaries hold tight (for now)

Our survey of 2,700 tech pros shows steady pay increases. But with predictions for IT spending and hiring all over the map, salaries could be in for a wild ride.

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IT Salary Survey 2017: Tech pay holds tight (for now)

Our annual survey shows moderate 3% growth in IT pay -- but salaries could be headed for a roller-coaster ride, with wildly different forecasts from experts on IT spending, hiring and compensation.

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IT Salary Survey 2017: Highlights

Key findings from Computerworld's survey of nearly 2,800 IT professionals, including salary trends, hot skills, job satisfaction, career outlook, biggest concerns and more.

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IT Salary Survey 2017: See salaries by job title

Are you making what you're worth? Find current compensation data for 50 IT titles, from technical staff through senior management positions.

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IT Salary Survey 2017: Compare your pay

Use our interactive Smart Salary Finder to compare your compensation with that of IT workers with similar jobs and experience levels across the U.S. or broken out by region.

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How Computerworld's 2017 IT Salary Survey was conducted

A look at the methodology used to collect data for Computerworld's 31st annual IT Salary Survey.

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Sign up to participate in Computerworld's 2018 IT Salary Survey

Want to be part of next year's IT Salary Survey? Fill out a short form and we'll send you the survey link when we launch it in the fall.

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Hoping for a raise in 2017? Here’s the outlook for IT pay

Your chances for getting a salary bump are pretty good, according to Computerworld's 2017 IT Salary Survey, but be aware: This year more than ever, the way forward is murky.

Best Places to Work in IT: Search the archives 1994-2016

See who's made the list the last 23 years.

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7 hot marketing certifications and how they pay off

Certifications are a great way to reinforce your skills and expertise on your resume, but not all certifications are worth your time. See how these seven popular marketing certifications stack up, and how they'll impact your salary. ...

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SDN solves a lot of network problems, but security isn't one of them

As the digital enterprise struggles to find the best security solutions to defend their ever-expanding networks, many are looking to next generation tools that offer interoperability capabilities.

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6 soft skills employers should be looking for in tech talent

LinkedIn's Jennifer Shappley shares how she sources for soft skills and what to look for in your own candidates.

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Experian CIO embraces APIs and microservices to improve data transfer

Experian CIO Barry Libenson and his team used APIs to improve data transfer to divisions and customers, and ultimately speed the pace of innovation in the organization.

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Interview: John Armstrong, CMO, Zettaset

John Armstrong, CMO of Zettaset, discusses successful account-based marketing and how customizing content and developing marketing personas help to determine the needs of the buyer.

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How Trump’s ‘extreme vetting’ hurts science and tech

President Trump's plans for "extreme vetting" of visa applicants are a concern for tech and academic conferences, which often draw attendees from around the world.

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Why AI should augment, not replace, humans

Columnist Rob Enderle writes that your workforce may not yet be ready for artificial intelligence. First comes trust, education and training.

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