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How a Competitive Candidate Market Affects Your Hiring Process

by EdgeLink on May 12, 2015 in Hiring, Job Market


It seems the only guarantee in life is that nothing stays the same. Look back a few years and candidates were at the whim of those scarce few companies hiring. Now, as approximately 54% of employers look to hire full-time, permanent IT employees, we see a reversal in favor of a competitive candidate market. That […]


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How To Give An Effective IT Interview

by Aaron Mills on July 18, 2014 in Hiring, IT Staffing, Job Market


Finding top IT talent in today’s market is no walk in the park.  The unemployment rate in IT remains low at 3.5% ( and less college graduates are picking technology as a major, shrinking the talent pool.  However, the growth in IT projects and jobs has not slowed.  In fact, the Bureau of Labor Statistics […]


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The Current State of the IT Candidate Market

by Mike Miadich on March 4, 2013 in Candidate Job Search, Job Market


What is the current state of the US job market? It’s a common question and a topic for much heated debate. While the nation braces for the effects of the latter half of the fiscal cliff, pending tax increases, and the looming debt ceiling issue, employment uncertainty is unfortunately a consistent cause for concern. Recent […]


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10 Hiring Mistakes Start-ups Should Avoid

by EdgeLink on December 5, 2012 in Hiring, IT Staffing, Job Market, Start-up Hiring Strategy


The incubator and start-up scene is thriving in a number of cities, including Denver, where our newest office is located. The EdgeLink clientele is comprised of a varying profile of company types spanning F500, SMB, and new start-up organizations. Because our experience is deep across all company profiles, we’ve been able to advise corporations on […]


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