Big data has started to play a larger role across sectors nowadays, making professionals with data analytical skills highly sought after. Tempted to pick up a new skill? For newbie data analysts, if you find it difficult to differentiate between different data analytic languages such as R and Python, here’s a simple guide for you.
Imagine you have been working as a programmer for 5 years in the same company. One day, you received a call from a recruiting agency called Venturenix, telling you that your Linkedin profile was sharp and would like to match your qualification with an incredible job. You are flattered because you have never been headhunted before. You give it a go and go through a few rounds of interview. Luckily, they are willing to offer you a mid-level job with way better remuneration package than your current job. Ecstatic, you decide to hand in resignation letter the next day. Instead of accepting your letter, your boss makes you an appealing counter-offer to make you re-consider your resignation. What should you do?
When it comes to risky career moves, one must proceed with cautions. Think about the pros and cons, and what you’ll gain or lose if you quit your current job. Whether you are switching employers or industries, these are the key factors that you need to sort out first. Otherwise, you’re advised to wait a little longer to make a big career move.
Every year, Glassdoor releases a report based on each job’s overall satisfaction in the US. Data Scientist warranted the second place two years in a row. The score is determined by key factors such as the number of job openings, the job satisfaction rating and median annual base salary.
When most candidates walk out of a job interview, they either felt that they nailed the interview, or completely bombed it. It might be the tricky questions asked by the hiring manager or the longer-than-expected interview that make you feel doomed. The truth is, it might indicate otherwise. Here are some positive signs of you acing a interview.
Despite the high demand of IT talents, people come and go in the industry and IT professionals tend to be replaced pretty quickly. What are some of the reasons behind this phenomenon?
In the ultra-digital age, the importance of technical know-how is self-explanatory. According to a recent survey conducted by career-recruiting website Glassdoor, 4 out of 10 highest paying jobs in the US are IT and digital-related, including UX designer, product manager, software engineer, system engineer. Tech industry in Hong Kong reflects a similar pay scale. Let’s explore these IT professions a little bit more.
How frustrating it is to have a perfect candidate to reject your job offer, while you are doing everything right and he/she seems ready to jump on board anytime? Truth be told, most job seekers are willing to attend as many interviews as possible during their job search phases, regardless of the original offer and location of workplace. What is there for them to lose, right?
The candidates’ job seeking experience will translate into a tangible value. They will re-consider your company even their application isn’t successful this time and they will also promote your employer branding among their peers, in case their friends are seeking new career moves. Our strong belief in this cycle allows us to enforce the operation model to improve candidate’s experiences to build a long term relationships with candidates and help building our client’s employer branding.
In most cases, a candidate that is searching for a job with the help of recruiters would usually think that more help is better. The more recruiting agencies they use, the more job opportunities would show up. The more you reach out, the more opportunities will be available for you. Sounds logical enough.