CEO Guide to the U.S. Technology/Hiring Boom

Learn how the technology industry is coping with surging demand for workers in a market where there are too few engineers and sales people. Find out which cities are undergoing the fastest growth in technology-related jobs
  • Hiring Like It's 1999
    Hiring Like It's 1999
    The tech boom is fueling a surge in jobs and creative recruiting
  • Slide Show: Cities with the Biggest Growth in Tech Jobs
    Technology career website Dice.com tracks the cities with the biggest year-over-year growth in job listings. Read on to see the cities with the largest growth in tech jobs and the companies that are hiring
  • Cleantech Needs More Boots on the Roof
    Cleantech Needs More Boots on the Roof
    SolarCity goes on a hiring spree for field technicians who can install solar panels in a booming industry
  • Video: SolarCity's Hiring Spree
    Solar power company SolarCity hired 600 people in the last year and currently has 400 job openings. The company is taking former construction workers and training them to work in the solar industry
  • Podcast: Hottest Tech Jobs
    Unemployment may be 9.2 percent for the general economy, but in the tech industry it's only 3.3 percent. Tech companies are hiring, and Dice.com tells us which skills are in highest demand
  • Archive: CEO Guide to Technology
    Browse past editions of this special report on emerging tech trends

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