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Is the job search process different for tech professionals than it is for those in other professions? Yes and no. Matthew Rothenberg, Editor-in-Chief,, spells out six strategies tech folks need to bear in mind while looking for their next position. Dealing with non-technical HR staff requires keeping up with certifications, which are often used to weed out folks from the interview process, and perhaps more importantly, a thoughtfully prepared explanation of how your skills support the goals of the organization – in language that anyone can easily understand. Click through for more tips on maximizing your search efforts.

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