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Women filled computer-programming jobs in the U.S. and U.K. after World War II, but as government and business professionalized programming, the decline of female coders began. Find the full article at the Wall Street Journal If nothing else happened in … Continue reading
Research shows that office workers cannot concentrate at their desks. Source: Remote Workers Are Outperforming Office Workers–Here’s Why April Showalter had liked this article on LinkedIn, and I can see why. I totally agree as well! This is an argument … Continue reading
The job of a technical writer is to translate complex information into words that a non-technical/non-scientific person can understand and use. Now at Source: The Best Technical Writers are Not Techie at All Thanks to Dave Gardner for finding this … Continue reading
Job hopping can actually help your career. Source: I’ve had 4 jobs in 6 years — and ‘job hopping’ helped me double my salary This article is interesting, as it’s written by a millennial who feels that this is the … Continue reading
There’s a good chance recruiters could be biased, but there are ways to overcome this problem. Source: How To Impress Recruiters When You’re Unemployed I found this article through LinkedIn. While the article has sound advice, I would add two … Continue reading
If you grew up listening to Pearl Jam, you can kiss your high-tech dream job good-bye. Source: The Unforgivable Sin in Silicon Valley: Being Gen-X | Inc.com Many thanks to Rachel Houghton, fellow technical communicator and Gen X’er, for finding … Continue reading
Source: Moderately Motivated Gen-Xer for Hire – McSweeney’s Internet Tendency This was published a year ago, but it still works. While this is meant to be satire, as it is, it’s almost accurate. When I look at the description, it’s … Continue reading