Job security and hiring in tech have plummeted. How much is AI to blame?

Apr 1, 2024
Tech companies may have over hired in the pandemic. Now, AI and other economic forces are creating a shrink in the tech sector.
While the IT sector added more than 260,000 jobs in 2022, last year it grew by a mere 700 jobs, and that number is expected to shrink even more in 2024.
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The culture of 'we' before 'I': A chat with Hewlett Packard Enterprise CEO Antonio Neri

A conversation with the CEO of a Fortune 500 company making waves in the cloud computing world.
Hewlett Packard Enterprise President and CEO Antonio Neri talks pandemic resilience, company culture, and his journey from customer service technician to the top of the ladder.
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Rising IT spending lifts tech giants

Jul 27, 2021
Companies are spending more on tech, and that is expected to help the likes of Microsoft and Alphabet, which report earnings today.
Big tech companies will be releasing their earnings this week and are likely to see a boost from increased IT spending.
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Why the government can't compete with Silicon Valley

Mar 24, 2017
The federal tech workforce is graying, but the clunky hiring process and lower salaries are a turn off to younger workers.
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