Demand for IT Graduates up 77%

by Charlotte Attwood on July 29, 2014

in Graduates

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According to research from High Fliers, only three sectors have increased their vacancies significantly since 2007, of which Technology has grown substantially. This rise of 77% is significantly higher than all other sectors, except the public sector.  The growth in IT and Technology graduate vacancies is astonishing given that other sectors have shown dramatic falls in the number of vacancies […]

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Technojobs are proud to celebrate the LMP2 victory of their sponsored race car this weekend at the most famous motor race in the world, the 2014 Le Mans 24 hour race in France. The sponsored Zytek Z11SN car driven by the Jota Sport team; Simon Dolan, Harry Tincknell, Oliver Turvey, sped its way through the finish line after an outstanding […]

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The World Cup championships have come a long way since they began in 1930, not only in how the sport has adapted but how the use of technology in the game has adapted. The use of technology in football, especially the World Cup, has become more and more important. There have been two memorable incidents involving the England team where […]

Getting ready for an IT job interview

by Charlotte Attwood on June 10, 2014

in Graduates, IT news

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If you have an interview for an IT role coming up, you’re obviously looking to step up in or to join the lucrative career ladder that the technology industry is home to. The IT sector offers new and current recruits a world of growth and low unemployment rates. Indeed, only one in ten organisations report being satisfied with the tech […]

Unmanned adventures

by Charlotte Attwood on June 5, 2014

in IT news

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Recently Google announced their most recent leap in technological innovation – the driverless car. It’s an idea that has long been mused over, with BMW and Daimler AG also working on autonomous transport. It poses the theory that if you take away the human element of driving, you can cut out human error and misjudgement and therefore the number of […]

The impact of the EU Google ruling for jobseekers

by Charlotte Attwood on May 29, 2014

in IT news

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It is inevitable that employers will search potential candidates on the internet to find out more about them. Alongside a CV, recruiters and employers now have the power to search candidates online and the difference between these results and a CV is clear. A CV you control – the presentation, the content and the format. Your online profile and what […]

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