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You May Want to Consider Short-Term Assignments

Obviously, most people want a full-time permanent position with benefits. But as a lot of people have experienced, it is not always easy securing full-time employment and it may take much longer than expected. The process of searching for a job, sending resumes, waiting and interviewing can become a bit tedious. And before you know it, you are stuck in a rut. However, there are other opportunities you may want to explore while continuing the search for permanent employment.

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Washington DC Hiring Outlook for 2014 – What Can You Expect?

A promising 13 percent of Washington D.C. area technology executives expect to add to their IT teams during the first half of 2014, according to recently released reports. The survey noted that 85 percent of Washington D.C. area CIOs were hopeful their companies would experience growth during the first half of the new year, and 68 percent believed their firms would be following through on plans to invest in IT projects. An overwhelming 65 percent of CIOs surveyed said it can be difficult to find skilled IT professionals today, especially those experienced in software development, networking, and database

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Can My Tattoo Reduce My Chances of Being Hired?

Bad news for body art lovers. Many states are ‘employment at will’ states which means they can refuse to hire you for any reason or no reason at all. Anti-discrimination and whistle-blower laws do not include tattoos or piercings. This means a company can rightfully refuse to allow piercings and visible tattoos at work unless their ban discriminates against you based on your race, ethnicity, or sexual orientation. Put simply, employers can consider visible tattoo and body piercings when deciding who to hire. The dress code is part of the office environment and culture. All employees are expected to conform