A lot of people have been asking about career transition advice. Specifically from a career in Science to a career in Data Science or Programming. Here’s a podcast we created to help offer the right advice for professionals exploring this journey. It’s a great career move and can be done very successfully. If you want
An Interview with Tatiana Becker, Founder NIAH Recruiting. 1) How did you get started with tech recruiting? After being laid off from my job as Director of HR at a startup, I reached out to my network of development leaders that were CTOs and VPs of Engineering around NYC. I started servicing a few clients,
Coding interviews are no joke. You’re often in a room for several hours standing in front of a whiteboard and talking through how you would go about solving any number of programming questions. There is a ton of studying, preparing and researching that should be done upfront. The better prepared you are, the better you
When it comes to looking for a new job, networking at NYC tech events is one of the best strategies for putting yourself out there, getting your resume seen and making connections that can provide valuable intros and info. Here are the best events for making new connections and meeting hiring managers face-to-face – I’ve
If you’re in any position within the computer science category, then you shouldn’t have to worry about job security for at least the next 12 years. You’re in high demand! We’ve developed a short list of our top 5 resources for finding a job in tech. You can always visit our website for the hottest job
Some recruiting professionals approach their job like an art. “Making a placement,” or finding the right position for a candidate is extremely rewarding. While each placement happens in its own unique way, Fathey’s story proves that applying “tried and true” strategies produces positive results. NIAH is lucky to have this passionate recruiter on staff. Here’s
The cover letter is the bridge between the resume and the job description. The worst cover letters are form letters turned up by a quick Google search, usually starting with, “I am the ideal candidate for the job because.” Please leave that line out; let the reader decide how good of a fit you are.
Love was elusive to me my first three years in the city. The first two of those years, I was determined to find love “the old fashioned way”, but quickly found I was turned off by the arrogance of the models and bottles scene, and found there was not much bang for my buck in