10 Questions to Help You Prepare for Your Next Interview

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We’ve all been there: You have an interview for a new position, and your mind is anxiously reviewing all the possible questions your interviewer might ask. While there are a handful of questions that are asked in almost any job interview, employers also like to get a sense of a candidate’s ability to think on their… Read more »

These Are the Soft Skills You Need to Succeed in IT

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Engineers and IT professionals are experts in hard skills – teachable, technical skills like programming or coding. However, there are “soft skills” that are discussed far less but are equally important for any modern IT professional to succeed.  What are “soft skills”?  “Soft skills” is a term that is thrown around in the workplace a lot, but… Read more »

Here’s How to Deal With Millennials in the Workplace – If You Aren’t One

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The number of millennials entering the IT industry is growing by the day. While this generation of professionals is contributing new and creative ways of thinking, they are also ushering in new attitudes, new modes of working, and new value systems. For those of us working in IT who are not millennials, this brings us… Read more »

Feeling Burned out at Work? Here Are the Signs.

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If you’ve ever experienced “burnout” at work – long periods of exhaustion, tension or difficulty focusing – you’re not alone. A recent Gallup poll found that 23% of 7,500 full-time employees reported feeling constantly burned out at work. So, don’t beat yourself up the next time you’re having a hard time keeping up at work. There is a nationwide burnout epidemic, and it’s… Read more »

Top 4 Questions You Should Be Asking at Your Next Job Interview

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The interview phase is your first chance to gain a clear picture of whether the role would be a good fit for you. Arriving at your interview with prepared questions will demonstrate right off the bat that you’re able to plan ahead and approach opportunities with a 360-degree view – two important qualities that employers… Read more »

5 IT Blogs That You Should be Reading

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    The IT space is continually changing and fast-paced. To remain relevant, you need to be “in the know” about up-and-coming technologies. We have compiled the following list of the top 5 IT blogs that, if they are not already on your radar, they should be. TechCrunch If you are pressed for time, opt… Read more »

How to Write a Successful IT Resume

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Your resume advertises the most important thing you can sell: you!  It is the first piece of information an employer will have on you. Your resume needs to stand out from the rest and make a strong first impression.   Here are QCG’s tips on writing a solid resume: Start with a Professional Summary Highlight… Read more »

Hot Job: Java Application Development Manager

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Are you an experienced Java Application Development Manager looking for a new challenge? If so, we have an exciting opportunity to share with you. Description Queen Consulting Group is actively seeking a Java Application Development Manager.  In this position, you will manage an established and growing team of Java developers, analysts and support engineers to… Read more »

QCG to Sponsor and Attend 2017 VAHHS Annual Meeting

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Karen Worley, Business Development Director for Queen Consulting Group, will be attending the 2017 Vermont Association of Hospitals and Health Systems (VAHHS) Annual Meeting this week at the Jay Peak Resort in Jay, Vermont.  The three day event (September 20-22) will include various activities, breakout sessions and presentations by noteworthy speakers at the forefront of… Read more »

Five Podcasts for IT Professionals

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In the fast-paced world of technology, the landscape changes almost daily.  Keeping up with the latest information and trends can be a challenge, and finding the time to expand your knowledge can be equally so.  Podcasts have become a great way to keep up with all things IT, and can easily be enjoyed during “down… Read more »