At its Worldwide Developer Conference next week, Apple shared a success story that a lot of people didn’t know about. About one year ago, Apple released Swift, a new programming language promised to make it easier to build iPhone and Mac apps than ever before. Developers cheered from the stands.
Limiting yourself to local talent is no longer an option in today’s talent war. While most companies may need to resort to hiring lesser candidates or to not hiring at all, a small number of incredibly attractive companies can afford to pay sky-high salaries to attract top local talent. Continue reading… “The 4 types of companies that can benefit from distributed engineering teams”
Beginning Monday in San Diego, Cisco Live, Cisco’s giant customer conference, was the last time outgoing CEO John Chambers would impart his vision in a keynote speech. Continue reading… “Cisco’s CEO: 40 percent of companies are dying”
The U.S. economy is in its strongest stretch in corporate hiring since 1997, according to the Labor Department. It is important for employers, job seekers, and policy leaders to understand the dynamics behind some of the fastest growing professional roles in the job market, given the rapidly escalating competition for talent. Continue reading… “Why software is eating the job market”
The upcoming presidential election campaign season will probably bring many different but familiar proposals on creating jobs in the U.S., but a more surprising possible source for new employment for Americans: China. Continue reading… “China, a new surprising source for American jobs”