Dice Report: Tech’s Most Difficult-to-Fill Roles

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While recruiting for all tech roles is challenging, hiring managers told Dice in its recent hiring survey that these five roles are above and beyond the most difficult to fill. The post Dice Report: Tech’s Most Difficult-to-Fill Roles appeared first on Dice Insights.

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Dice Report: 2017’s Fastest-Growing Technology Skills

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We analyzed the top fastest-growing skills in job postings on Dice to see what’s trended in 2017 and what can be expected in the future. The post Dice Report: 2017’s Fastest-Growing Technology Skills appeared first on Dice Insights.

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Dice Report: Fastest-Growing Tech Skills

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Tech professionals have told Dice that their big career concerns include finding an acceptable position to match their skillset and keeping that skillset up-to-date. With job postings up 120% year-over-year on Dice, demand for this open-source cluster-computing framework is broad-based.

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Dice Report: Employers’ Most-Desired Hires

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According to an analysis of the data in Dice’s latest Tech Hiring Survey, some 51 percent of managers and recruiters said that software developers represented their top hiring priority in 2016. The post Dice Report: Employers’ Most-Desired Hires appeared first on Dice Insights.

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Dice 2018 Tech Salary Report

Dice 2018 Tech Salary Report Released January 22, 2018 WHILE TECH SALARIES. Go to dice.com/calculator Dice 2018 Tech Salary Report 3 $92,712$92,081$93,328$88,479$87,526$85,619$81,327$79,384$78,845$78,035 0.7%-1.3%5.5%1.1%2.2%5.3%2.4%0.7%1.0%4.6% company of Dice.

New Dice Survey Shows How Candidates Job-Hunt

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And according to Dice’s most recent Candidate Sentiment Survey, they’re getting very proactive about managing their job search: some 90 percent of the visitors to Dice are interested in new opportunities, and 78 percent have completed a job search within the past three months.

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How Dice’s Data Reveals Job Popularity

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Dice analyzes massive amounts of data related to technology skills and job titles. That’s why Dice created the above visualization (which is also available, with a lengthy article that delves into our methodology, in our Dice Data area ). The post How Dice’s Data Reveals Job Popularity appeared first on Dice Insights. Employer Resources Industry Insights Dice Data Job Skills Recruiters

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Dice Report: Jobs That Tech Pros Apply For

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A recent analysis of the Dice database suggests that developer and engineer positions tend to attract the most applies. Dice Open Web and Lengo products ensure our customers find tech talent, and that talent is open to engaging with them,” said Bob Melk, President of Dice.

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Dice Report: How Trump Might Impact Tech Hiring

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the parent company of Dice. Employer hunger for tech talent continues unabated into 2017, and companies are casting wide nets in order to find exactly the right professionals,” said Bob Melk, President of Dice.

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Timing Is Everything: 3 Tips for Mastering the “When” of Recruiting Tech Talent

DICE Timing is Everything 1 Timing Is Everything 3 Practical Timing Tips for Mastering the. When” of Recruiting Tech Talent DICE Timing is Everything 2 Success Depends on the Ability to Recruit. To help you do that, the data science team at Dice has.

Dice Report: Gender’s Role in Tech Pay

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That statement may seem shocking, however according to an analysis of Dice’s annual salary survey data of more than 16,000 tech professionals, when comparing equal education levels, years of technical experience and job title, no gap exists.

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Dice Report: Uncovering the Bonus Game

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According to Dice’s annual salary survey, 37 percent of technology professionals received a bonus in 2015. The post Dice Report: Uncovering the Bonus Game appeared first on Dice Insights. Working in Tech Bonus Dice Report Salaries

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Download Dice’s Local Market Report on Charlotte

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Dice first reported Charlotte was hub for recent tech grads back in 2008. Dice analyzed application data within its résumé database to discover which tech pros were interested in relocating, and found tech candidates from 34 states applied to Charlotte jobs.

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Dice Report: Cloud-Based Tools Dominate Jobs

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The post Dice Report: Cloud-Based Tools Dominate Jobs appeared first on Dice Insights. With more companies looking to the cloud to fulfill their core business needs, the hunt is on for technology professionals adept in some of the biggest cloud platforms on the market.

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Dice Report: Atlanta Attractive to Tech Employers

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Atlanta has long been one of the top tech cities on Dice, with an abundance of top-tier universities pumping out tech talent, as well as established and startup companies with tech needs. According to Dice’s analysis of data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), tech jobs have grown 2.3

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Dice Report: Where Tech Pros Want to Work

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Dice released its inaugural Ideal Employer study this month, analyzing the companies that tech professionals most admire, as well as the places they most want to work. Employer Resources Industry Insights Dice Report Hiring Ideal Employer Recruiting technology

Dice Report: Spotlight on Charlotte Tech Scene

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Dice first reported Charlotte was hub for recent tech grads back in 2008. Dice analyzed application data within its résumé database to discover which tech pros were interested in relocating, and found tech candidates from 34 states applied to Charlotte jobs.

Dice Report: More Employers Upbeat About Hiring

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According to Dice’s semi-annual survey, 73 percent of hiring managers say they will look to hire more tech professionals in the second half of 2017, a five-point increase since the last hiring survey conducted in November 2016 and three-point increase from the survey in June 2016.

Dice’s Parent Company Announces Search for New CEO, Stock Continues Slide

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The U.S. added 261,000 jobs in October. Unemployment is 4.1 percent. History says the job board business should be booming. But history, it turns out, doesn’t always repeat itself. Job Boards Featured

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Parent Company of Tech Site Dice Is for Sale

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No sooner does the sale of Monster to Randstad close than another publicly held careers publisher announces it is up for sale.

Demand for Tech Pros Stays Steady

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This is an interesting time for tech as demand for highly-skilled professionals is no longer reserved to Silicon Valley or New York and tech hubs across the country are offering competitive pay and benefits,” said Bob Melk, President of Dice.

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Offering ‘Work from Home’ as a Recruitment Tool

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Dice’s Salary Survey underscores these findings. The post Offering ‘Work from Home’ as a Recruitment Tool appeared first on Dice Insights. Employer Resources Industry Insights Dice Hiring Recruiting Salary Survey Telecommute Working from Home

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Recruiters: Check Out Our Salary Comparison Tool

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Fortunately, Dice can help out on the data side. For the purposes of this visualization, our data team examined the Dice database and selected the most common tech-job titles, excluding those that either weren’t very technical (such as some managerial roles) or were too “noisy” (i.e.,

Top 5 U.S. States by Tech Salary

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But Dice’s latest annual Salary Survey shows just how much tech pros in, say, California earn over the national average of $92,081. Last September’s Dice Report found that sizable numbers of tech pros migrated regularly between Virginia, Maryland, and Washington D.C. Some U.S.

Tech-Job Vacancies Lasted 21.7 Days in 2015

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Days in 2015 appeared first on Dice Insights. Employer Resources Industry Insights Dice Hiring RecruitingData from the latest DHI Hiring Indicators report (PDF) suggests that the average technology-job vacancy lasted 27.1 working days in 2015. “In

The Soap Opera at Dice’s Parent Company Continues With Lawsuit, Job Board Sale

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DHX ), the company that operates tech job board Dice and other niche job sites, continues to be in the news. Amid a collapsing stock price and the search for a new CEO , DHI Group Inc. (

Recruiting Remains a Challenge

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Nearly half of tech-focused employers told us the time to hire tech professionals has lengthened relative to last year in a recent Dice survey,” said Bob Melk, President of Dice. The post Recruiting Remains a Challenge appeared first on Dice Insights.

Dice Report: Top Salaries for Entry-Level Talent

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President, Dice. The post Dice Report: Top Salaries for Entry-Level Talent appeared first on Dice Insights. Employer Resources Industry Insights Agile API Compensation Dice Report Entry-Level JSON Pay RESTful

Salary Survey: Rising Pay for Tech Talent

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percent to $96,370 annually, according to the annual salary survey by Dice. Employers realize offering competitive pay is a necessity,” said Bob Melk, President of Dice. The post Salary Survey: Rising Pay for Tech Talent appeared first on Dice Insights.

Tech Unemployment Held Steady in Q4

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Check out Dice’s Tech Employment Snapshot for Q4 2016 (PDF) for a full breakdown. The post Tech Unemployment Held Steady in Q4 appeared first on Dice Insights. Employer Resources Industry Insights BLS Dice Snapshot Unemployment Voluntary Quits

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Google Quietly Launches ‘Badass’ Hiring Tool for Employers

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” Uncategorized Beyond careerbuilder dice facebook facebook workplace google google hire indeed linkedinLooks like Google isn’t taking Facebook’s move into the employment space lying down. The company is quietly introducing a new product called Google Hire.

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Salary Survey: Pay for Storage, Networking Skills Rises

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Storage and networking skills prompted pay increases for tech pros across the country, with hospitality, Internet, manufacturing, consumer products, and banking seeing the most industry-specific increases, according to the annual salary survey by Dice. Dice Salary Survey Methodology.

Tech Recruiting: How To Make Sure Your Candidates Are Up To Code.

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Download Dice’s Local Market Report on Salt Lake City

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For an even deeper dive, check out Dice’s local market report on Salt Lake City. The post Download Dice’s Local Market Report on Salt Lake City appeared first on Dice Insights. While Silicon Valley has traditionally created the greatest demand for tech talent, a number of metro areas around the United States are blooming as serious tech centers, creating strong markets of their own. One such metro to watch: Salt Lake City.

Are You a Social Recruiting Guru? Take This Quiz.

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appeared first on Dice Insights. The post Are You a Social Recruiting Guru? Take This Quiz. Employer Resources Industry Insights Hiring Hiring Manager Recruiting social recruiting

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Here’s What Tech Pros with Data Skills are Making

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If you’re planning on recruiting a data specialist in the short term, take a look at Dice’s latest salary survey. The post Here’s What Tech Pros with Data Skills are Making appeared first on Dice Insights.

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Download Dice’s Local Market Report on Atlanta

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According to Dice’s analysis of data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), tech jobs have grown 2.3 As part of our latest Local Market report, we analyzed our Dice data to determine Atlanta’s supply/demand dynamics.

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Dice Report: Tech Hubs Losing Job Dominance

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According to a new analysis by Dice, some of the nation’s largest tech hubs have seen substantial increases in the number of postings for tech jobs, while others report more anemic growth. President, Dice. The largest technology hubs in the U.S.

Developers Love Hackathons. Here’s Why You Should, Too.

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Dice has partnered with HackerEarth to help our clients easily plan and host hackathons. Dice recently caught up with Sachin Gupta, CEO of HackerEarth, to talk about the emerging popularity of hackathons and the benefits of hosting one. appeared first on Dice Insights.

BUMPER EDITION: 7 Unmissable Sourcing News Stories – 27th April 2015

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So Dice decided to compare data from 2013 and 2014 —the most recent full-year periods for which they have data — relating to which skills employers asked for with increasing frequency within Dice’s job postings.