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Why I Love Recruiting

Why I Love Recruiting nexus IT group’s passion in life is jobs. We love everything about them. It combines the soft stuff — people's dreams and hopes and ambitions — with the hard stuff — promotions,…Continue

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Started Feb 12, 2012

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About 3-4 months ago there was a company that was advertising a new BI software that they created. I looked at it briefly at the time, but now I can't remember the name to save my life.  Does anyone…Continue

Started Sep 2, 2011

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Top 8 Interview Mistakes Made by IT Professionals

Top 8 Interview mistakes made by IT Professionals

The job description looks like a perfect match, the recruiter says your background looks great, and you’re looking to make a move to a new company. What could possibly go wrong?

nexus IT group has gathered 8 of the most common mishaps experienced by technology professionals.  What do these blunders consist of and how do you avoid them?…


Posted on May 15, 2012 at 12:00pm

A Guide for Passive Job Seekers

So you’re not looking for a job right now? You're in IT, and you have great experience in your field.  The last thing you want to do is talk to a recruiter, right?  Before you answer this question, let me ask you another question.  How many times have you changed companies in the past 5 years? 10 years?


In IT the average length of employment is around 3-5 years (source: America's Dynamic workforce: 2006; U.S. Department of Labor). …


Posted on May 3, 2012 at 9:58pm

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