A perennial question of IT and engineering contractors is, “How can I set myself apart from the thousands of other talented contractors out there looking to get work?” The answer may lie in a well-developed personal brand.
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Working as an IT or engineering contractor comes with many exciting benefits, like exposure to new projects, skill sets and technologies, and in some cases, more flexible work arrangements.
When trying to find work as an IT or engineering contractor, you have to walk the walk – not just talk the talk.
As more and more individuals in the IT and engineering fields look for contract work instead of traditional, full-time employment, having a top-notch elevator speech has become all the more important.
Whether you are a long-time contractor, or just starting to explore contractor work options in either IT or engineering, it’s a smart idea to review the certifications and memberships in your industry.
Have you heard of the “1099 economy”? It’s changing how companies operate today, and how IT and engineering contractors find work.
Good news: You’ve been scheduled for an interview for a contractor position with an exciting IT or engineering company.
An interconnected world makes great things possible by bringing countries, businesses and people together – but it also puts massive amounts of data at risk.
Contract work is built around skills: Companies hire workers with the best abilities in their given areas of expertise, whether that is designing mobile cloud platforms or creating supply chain processes for engineering projects.