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Stafflink Tech 101 Recruiting Resource Page

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As an IT staffing company, our purpose is to support our clients in hiring the very best local IT talent for their jobs. One of the ways we achieve that goal is by sharing information to help our clients be more successful when they hire people internally. Even if you are technically savvy in one area, it’s not possible to know the ins and outs of every single technology and programming language, which is why we published the Stafflink 101 series.

We’ve taken some of the top skills that are in-demand at the moment with our clients and created quick guides to these technologies to help you get up to speed before your next interview with a candidate. The Stafflink Tech 101 Recruiting Resource Page puts everything you need to know in one place.

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    2 Comments

  1. hi to every one i need some tips for writing strings which makes easy outputs of resumes

    joseph berg

    September 12, 2013

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