Software development is one of the safest and most exciting career directions in IT. However, we live in times of specialization. Therefore, rather than being a jack of all trades, it is better to specialize and become the top expert in one branch of software development who can take active part in building innovation. The most important choice you need to make at the beginning of your career as a developer is: frontend or backend?
Many young professionals representing generation Z, also known as “boomers,” no longer believe in the role of the public education system in their life success. They are eager to learn and start careers on their own rather than spending most creative years of their lives and often, getting in a massive debt, during the years spent at the university. But are they right or wrong by taking this approach? Luckily, there are quite a few specialistic and high-paying jobs without a degree, license or diploma. In this article, we introduce just a few of them.
When Mark Zuckerberg officially renamed Facebook to Meta in November 2021 and announced the plans to create a fully functional Metaverse, he gave the beginning to an explosion of new potential digital career opportunities in such domains as Augmented Reality (AR), Virtual Reality (VR), and NFT space. This is only the top of the iceberg, as this new digital era has just started and we can expect new subgenres of Digital Product Design and increased demand for professionals in this area in the future.
New branches of IT industry, from blockchain, through cyber security, to cloud computing, are booming. Now more than at any time in the past, top-notch talent with highly specialized skills is sought after in IT industry. In this articles, we review the top 7 hot and in-demand jobs in the IT industry of today.
Many people get tattoos these days as a form of self-expression. However, despite the growing popularity of tattoos, exhibiting tattoos in the workplace in visible spots on the body is still not welcome in multiple professions. Therefore, if you are considering getting a visible tattoo, it’s essential to research and ensure that it won’t limit your job prospects. In this article, we review the main branches of the job market in which you can get yourself into trouble by proudly wearing a tattoo and list the reasons why this is so.
Officially, Community Manager means “the liaison between a brand and its followers on social media.” No wonder the trend for hiring a person who is assigned specifically to communicate with the clients and followers on the team, was born in the early days of social media — in the 2000s when Facebook, YouTube, and other leading social media platforms kicked off.
The startup culture naturally adopted community management as part of the game. After all, every startup needs a proper hustler. So, what are the responsibilities of a Community Manager? What are the common features of top community managers? How to land this job, and what perks and pitfalls can you expect?
Are you an introvert looking for a way to make a living in a cosy and friendly community? You are not the only one! According to the study by Myers-Briggs, 8 different types of introverts make up for about 50% of the whole population. In this article, we are listing the 23 top positions that best suit the nature and natural abilities of introverts, and that you can choose as an introvert without disturbing your mental health.
In the pandemic, businesses had to rapidly move almost all their operations online. It increased the influence of online means of communication and sales. This also resulted in an increased the amount of white collar jobs in Digital Marketing, and an increased interest in choosing this career path. Yet due to several myths and stereotypes, this profession is still rarely considered as a career of choice by most university graduates.