3 Negotiation Tips That Boost an Entry-Level Salary

One of the biggest contributing factors of salary growth is experience, and the way that engineers can leverage their experience to get the best possible pay will make the upmost difference. After analyzing thousands of job placements across the United States and Canada, we have built a graph that demonstrates the growth of annual salaries by experience level in the tech industry.

4 Simple Rules for Recruiting the One

Companies (much like singles these days) are always looking for great candidates to join their team, similar to how people are always in search of "the right one." This is especially true when it comes to hiring a permanent candidate or even a short-term contractor.

Busting the 4 Biggest Myths for Tech Job Seekers

With over 400 highly specialized tech recruiting professionals across North America, our agency experts know firsthand how people think and act during the hiring process. Our 2016 research study debunks the biggest misperceptions for tech job seekers and offers helpful advice on how to navigate today’s competitive job market.

Tech Salary Report: Where You Need to Live to Earn $200K+

Over the past 27 years, Workbridge Associates has worked with hundreds of thousands of engineers across North America to help find these tech professionals their dream jobs. While the vast majority end up in positions that pay between $50,000 and $140,000, we have also placed many engineers at the $200K-$300K+ range. Based on placements done over the last three years, Workbridge pulled together a guide to tell you what you need to do to get there, with data about the highest paid salaries by location, experience, skill set, and more.

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4 Red Flags While Interviewing As a Contractor

Are you an IT contactor? Have you ever experienced sitting in an interview and becoming noticeably less interested in the job because of something the hiring manager said? Interviewing as a contractor is different than interviewing for a permanent position. There are a lot more land mines to look out for.

Expectation vs. Reality: Working in Tech

"I want to work in Silicon Valley because that is where all tech jobs are at."

4 Job Search Errors You Need to Avoid

How Taking a Contract-to-Hire Job Benefits You

When job hunting, it’s common to see three types of jobs: salary, contract, and contract-to-hire. While it’s more common for people to choose salary jobs, there are some unexpected benefits that naturally align with contract work. When picking a new job, what is really important to you and how can a contract or contract-to-hire job help you meet those goals? Evan Gordon, Regional Director of Workbridge Philadelphia, raises some great points for anyone considering these types of roles. 

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