ITJOBLOG is about working in IT, written by IT professionals, for IT professionals.
If you've had a chance to peruse our profiles, you'll know we (the bloggers) all have quite different backgrounds and experience within IT - some working in it, others reporting on it and some even advising and educating about it - so you'll read about IT from a variety of perspectives, all of which we hope you find insightful!
We'll generally discuss topics in and around contracting, jobseeking, recruiting, management, technical skills and money, but we're always open to suggestions or even contributions. We'll also cover more technical subjects such as software and product reviews from time to time, but in essence ITJOBLOG offers insights into the good, the bad and the ugly (surely not!) of working life as an IT professional.
We hope you find ITJOBLOG interesting and useful, particularly if you are considering recruiting a new team member, looking for a new contract or permanent job or thinking about developing your skills but unsure which area to focus on. Sign up to our email alerts or our RSS feed to keep up to date on the latest entries as soon as they are posted.
Feel free to share your thoughts and opinions on any of the posts by adding your comments - we are always interested to hear what you have to say. And if you would like to share your experiences through your own posts and get involved as a guest blogger, then we would love to hear from you! Just drop us a line at email@example.com and let us know a bit about your background and what you want to write about.
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