Senior.NET Developer (Mid/Backend) – Can work remote in Denver metro area

Job Shoe

Company. Sigmatek Consulting. Location. Denver, CO 80202. Compensation. $0. Education. Bachelor of Science. Contract. Experience. Experienced. Posted On. 5/25/2011 3:08:25 PM. We have a 3-6 Month Contract for someone to work remotely with occasional meetings in the Office in the DTC. Senior.NET Developer (Mid/Backend) ————————————————– Must haves: ? 6-10+ yrs. Experience. ?

Traveling in Holland: Land of Bicycles, Public Transport and Going to Other EU Countries

Personal Excellence Blog

Metro. Then there’s the metro, which is a train that runs within the city. Inside the Waterloopein Metro Station (Amsterdam). Metro trains are silver and blue in color. A look inside a metro. View the metro map for Amsterdam. The stations tend to be bigger and busier than the metro stations. Intercity train stations are much larger than the metro stations. A check-in/check-out booth for the Amstel Metro Station.


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Sklover’s Thought for the Work Week

Sklover Working Wisdom

of Roseville, California, a “best place to live” in the Sacramento metro area. “Beware of destination addiction – a preoccupation with the idea that happiness is in the next place, the next job, and with the next partner.

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How to Prepare For Your New Job In Los Angeles


If you’re close to the metro, you’ll have ready access to the entire region. But again, you’ll pay a premium to be able to walk to the metro rail line.


Sklover Working Wisdom

No doubt you have heard: Those of us in the New York Metro Area are a bit “upside down” right now. A BIT “UPSIDE DOWN”. RIGHT NOW, BUT WE. WILL BE “RIGHTSIDE. UP” IN JUST A FEW DAYS . At many times, and in many ways, it has happened to us before. Each time, we’ve brushed it off, stood up, and bounced back to be our usual Optimistic, Irreverent, Creative, Caring, and Pushy selves. And don’t you worry: this time, too, we will do the same, and be the same.

Sklover’s Thought for the Work Week

Sklover Working Wisdom

This week so many people in Metro New York have been heroes, you might think it was all an action movie. But the innate goodness in people – and people who will never receive acclaim, a medal or even a “Thank You” – was so on display in Metro New York this week that it simply must rekindle the faith of even the most jaded cynic. “The heroic hours of life do not announce their presence by drum and trumpet.” ” - Benjamin Cardozo. Firefighters. Nurses. Cab drivers.

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A Guide To User Experience Careers

Resume Bear

This guide provides essential information on the different career opportunities within UX, national benchmarks for UX salaries, the hottest metro areas for UX jobs, and tools of the trade for UX professionals. User Experience is one of the fastest growing and most exciting segments in the interactive industry.

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CHART OF THE DAY: Where Truck Drivers Will Lose Their Jobs in The Next 25 Years.

The HR Capitalist

Here's some metro specific stats of how many truck drivers will be impacted by the self-driving vehicle revolution - courtesy of Fortune : Some economies rely on truck driving more than others: In Omaha, 2.8% Here, a list of the metros—small and large—where the largest percentage of workers are truckers according to Bureau of Labor Statistics data: Joplin, Mo.: I've written about this before, but the chart below blew me away.

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Why Don't We Headhunt People With Crappy Commutes More Than We Do?

The HR Capitalist

I've done a good bit of research about the ATL, and recent work that I did showed the Perimeter area (intersection of 285 and 400, top of 285 loop) as being the spot in the ATL that the highest percentage of metro residents consider a "reasonable commute". When it comes to hard to fill positions in tough segments and industries, why don't we headhunt people with sh**ty commutes more than we do? We all know that a bad commute can ruin someone's work life balance.

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Sklover’s Thought for the Work Week

Sklover Working Wisdom

Each day, all day, hundreds of volunteers are laboring to tear down the interior sheetrock walls of salt water-damaged homes in the metro New York area. “The man who removes mountains begins by carrying small stones.”. Chinese Proverb. Bucket by bucket, wall by wall, house by house. A literal demolition brigade, they are doing God’s work, and loving every minute of it. Dirty, exhausted and unpaid – yet loving their labors. That is the power of purpose at work.

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Small Business Hiring in Retail and Wholesale up 27% for This Holiday Season Compared to 2012

Resume Bear

Only the New York Metro area outperformed Silicon Valley in the tech sector. Net job growth in the New York Metro tech sector rebounded from 0.50% in October and jumped to 2.45% in November. The SMBeat report is a monthly analysis of small business employment and human capital economic indicators. A key finding of the report is that on the opening of the 2013 holiday shopping season, month over month net job growth increased 25% moving to 1.44% in the retail and wholesale markets.

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Today is Tim Sackett Day, So Let's Honor Victorio Milian!

The HR Capitalist

He''s done HR in a really tough metro area - New York. Tim Sackett Day was created on a lark to honor a guy named Tim Sackett - who worked his A## off in the HR community, but could never seem to break through via the all important "Top 100 HR Pros on Twitter" things. So we created his own day in the social HR community to tell the story, kind of toungue in cheek.

2015 108

Why Don't We Headhunt People With Sh y Commutes More Than We Do?

The HR Capitalist

I've done a good bit of research about the ATL, and recent work that I did showed the Perimeter area (intersection of 285 and 400, top of 285 loop) as being the spot in the ATL that the highest percentage of metro residents consider a "reasonable commute". When it comes to hard to fill positions in tough segments and industries, why don't we headhunt people with sh**ty commutes more than we do? We all know that a bad commute can ruin someone's work life balance.

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Interview: A Look Into Summer Work and Study Abroad

Ms. Career Girl

The metro was also daunting, I took taxis when I got lost for the first few days, but I quickly realized that was going to become an expensive habit. So now that I finally have mastered the metro (which is not as hard as people told us, there are tons of signs down there). I can be lost or wandering and find any metro stop and know how to get back; its nice and it takes any panic of feeling lost out of my day-to-day experiences.

2014 163

Six Tips For Working From Home

Ms. Career Girl

Shay Onorio, president and cofounder of DC Metro based digital branding agency Red Thinking, runs an entirely remote company by design. In today’s mobile world, nearly 50% of Americans say they spend at least some time working from home or working remotely. While working from the comfort of your own haven may sound cush, it’s imperative to create a routine and environment that promote productivity and draw clear lines between where work and play take place.

This Week’s Good News in the #Workplace


Conn’s brings 240 jobs to Colorado’s Denver metro : Stores opening in Arvada, Sheridan, Fort Collins and Colorado Springs. Each week Blogging4Jobs is bringing you good news courtesy of JustGOODNews.BIZ. Companies from across the world are doing amazing things that most people don’t really know about. As a part of our new Job Seeker Sundays we’re bringing you major news stories each week that shine a good light on companies.

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Leveraging Your Recruiter and Headhunter Network

Career Alley

Some Recruiters : Stephen James Associates – This firm specializes in recruiting for Accounting and Finance professionals in in major US Metro markets. As with most things in life, job search is a “two way street” The concept of networking lives by this and Recruiters and Headhunters are no exception. This process works in different ways.

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THE HR FAMOUS PODCAST: E4 – Microaggressions

The HR Capitalist

Tim talks about the fact that people seek connection by asking others where they are from in metro/urban environments and may be unaware of the connection to microaggression, as well as the fact they might be offending someone.

2020 107

Roses From Wal-Mart Say One Thing: Quality

HR Capitalist

Office space in the warehouse district, or whatever they're calling the high-crime neighborhood these days in your metro. Dateline: My 20th Anniversary. Place: Interstate 20, me traveling from Atlanta to Birmingham. Need: Flowers. Choice: Wal-Mart Supercenter in Pell City. One Dozen Roses. $15. What could go wrong? Just take the Wally World sticker off and I'm good. Result: Recognition need met. Hero status. I'm a hell of a husband.

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Discrimination is Alive and Well


Video has emerged of three Chelsea fans preventing a black man from entering a metro train while chanting “We’re racist, we’re racist and that’s the way we like it.”. I don’t expect many of you to be aware, but there was an incident in Paris involving fans of Chelsea, an English soccer team, after they played Paris Saint Germain several weeks ago.

This Week’s Good News in the #Workplace


will be involved in metro Detroit institute. Each week Blogging4Jobs is bringing you good news courtesy of Companies from across the world are doing amazing things that most people don’t really know about. As a part of our new Job Seeker Sundays we’re bringing you major news stories each week that shine a good light on companies. Whether this be that they’re hiring a large new workforce or doing good in the world. We want to start your week off right!

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The HR Famous Podcast: E11- The Future is $99/Month HR Managers (and thy stripper name shall be.)

The HR Capitalist

23:00 – KD prophesizes that virtual is the future and the world will be moving to being employed outside of your metro area. It’s episode 11 of The HR Famous Podcast , long-time HR leaders (and friends) Jessica Lee, Tim Sackett and Kristian Dunn kill some more time by recording a new episode on the pod (of course trying to flatten the curve in their respective isolation pods) focused on what virtual HR looks like today – including what kind of HR services you can get for $99/month.

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Amazon Employees (BHM1) Crush Union - 10 Things You Need to Know.

The HR Capitalist

Bernie Sanders came to Birmingham (Bessemer is in the Birmingham, AL metro) to show solidarity with the workers and apply pressure. I’ll start this post with what should be obvious. Twitter’s not the real world, and neither is today’s version of the news.

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COMPETITION IS NOT A DIRTY WORD: You Want Employees Who Want to Stick It to the Other Guy/Gal.

The HR Capitalist

They have always had a Viking culture, and that works when you're trying to conquer new land/metro areas vs. groups that don't want to be conquered. Yesterday I pinged you about the change in corporate values at Uber. Hell, that might even be necessary. . Uber is making the right pivot and is probably two years late. Once the majority of the conquering is done, the Viking culture doesn't work so well. .

2017 75

Looking For Job in 2017? Find Companies With These Hot Employee Perks

Ms. Career Girl

Previously I was a reporter in the New York Metro area. The post Looking For Job in 2017? Find Companies With These Hot Employee Perks appeared first on Ms. Career Girl. The following is a guest post by NerdWallet writer Anna Helhoski. Her bio follows. Employers have found that making workers happy can be as simple as sweetening the deal.

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Why Casual Friday isn’t Unprofessional Friday

Ms. Career Girl

People should always be prepared to run into a client on the sidewalk or a potential new business lead on the metro. Happy Memorial Day! While we will take some time today to thank those who have fought for and defended our freedoms as Americans, many of us will also hit the shopping malls for those unbeatable sales. By no means would I consider myself a fashionista and I’m not really a fan of shopping.

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7 Tips for Small Town Networking Success

Career Alley

When you’re trying to network in a large metro area, you can have success with a paint-by-numbers type of approach. Networking can be challenging for anyone. It’s not easy to put yourself out there and make the best impression possible when your livelihood is on the line. Networking can be especially difficult if you live in a small town where resources are scarce, word gets around and connections are difficult to make.

Travel Is Good for the Soul

Learning Voyager

For example, in Paris, when searching for the metro station, we asked a man for help. We pointed to our metro map and he pointed down the street, making a curving motion with his arm and body. After my first trip to Europe years ago, I realized that travel changes you. It stretches you. It is good for the soul. In our latest voyage to Europe, we managed to visit both Paris and Berlin in the same trip! Imagine that? Thanks to our friends who live in Germany, we did.

What If Your Job Search Was Covered By an Industry Columnist?

HR Capitalist

Could you or I actually carve out a business covering this type of stuff in our metro? As we developed a reputation for being a source in our metro or industry, people would start to give us tips. What if your job search or rumors of your search were covered by a media rep? In today's increasingly niche/fragmented media scene, we're rapidly moving to the point where that could be the case.

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3 Incentives To Encourage Carpooling In Your Company

Corn on the Job

To encourage carpooling, this can take the form of subsidized parking fees (particularly for companies located in the metro area), premium parking spots or end of month fuel reimbursements under a company green energy program.

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Getting Around Austin During #SXSW #SXSWi


Capital Metro provides extended hours and increased service throughout SXSW, find your next destination with the CapMetro App. Getting around South by Southwest is a complete nightmare. I have experienced it year after year after year.

Top 10 Cities of Geeks

Resume Bear

It’s a small town but part of the Little Rock – North Little Rock – Conway metro area, and it’s also one of the best educated towns in the state. Remember when geeks started having a comeback? Are they cool yet? Whether you’re the biggest geek at your online university or just want to avoid geeks altogether, check out this list of 10 geekiest cities in the U.S.:

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HEY HR FOODIES: Stop Dreaming About Opening a Restaurant - Here's Why.

The HR Capitalist

You might be thinking of opening your bistro in a smaller metro than the three cited - doesn't really matter, since your prices will be lower and the 10% profit target will still hold true - if you're performing at a high level. A bottle of white, a bottle of red Perhaps a bottle of rose instead We'll get a table near the street In our old familiar place. . You and I, face to face.

2016 109

7 Ways to Use Geography to Your Networking Advantage


My commute to NYC is a Metro North train ride, so it’s relatively easy to get there. I am fortunate to live 50 miles outside of New York City in a vibrant Connecticut town on Long Island Sound. I take advantage of my geography for strategic networking. No matter where you live or work or travel, each city offers unique advantages and opportunities to meet interesting people and discover groups. Consider these tips to take advantage of your geography.

2014 107

Budgeting for Your Next Trip? Don’t Forget These 6 Hidden Travel Costs

Ms. Career Girl

You can also transfer from your regional train to a city-based metro that can drop you off closer to your final destination — city buses do that, too. You’ve paid for the plane tickets, booked the hotel, and saved up to pay for food and entertainment. What’s left to think about now? It turns out there’s quite a bit that should be on your list as you budget for your next trip.

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3 Ways to Make Your Outdoor Recruitment Advertisements More Effective


Here are a few factors that can affect how much your billboards will cost: Metro area market, the larger the market, potentially the higher the cost. When was the last time you drove at length and did not see a billboard? Drive 95 south through North Carolina and you’ll see some of my favorite ticky-tacky outdoor ads for South of the Border. America’s highways and by-ways seem almost littered with outdoor advertising.

Affirm Is Defining A New Remote-First Work Culture

Career Realism

The new compensation structure aligns to a state's highest-paid major city, metro, or state average, determined by using cost of labor data. Affirm is a growing company that has fully embraced the remote-first work environment.

2021 56

Four Reasons Every CEO Should Make Recruiting Calls


Small cities worry about competing with the metros in their State. Last year our company was searching for an executive to fill an important role and I scheduled some time to visit with a candidate. At the end of our conversation I asked him if he had any other questions. First he told me even though he had interviewed with multiple companies, until our conversation he hadn’t spoken with anyone above the VP level.

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Ep 84 – #SHRM16 Conference Preview


In researching my plan of attack for the annual conference this year, I learned that much of the DC metro is under construction, which means long delays and weird schedules. My husband, who actually works in the DC metro and travels from our home in Oklahoma, recommends that you take Uber versus the metro or bus. It’s that time of year again, when HR and recruiting practitioners travel from far and wide to attend the annual SHRM conference.


HR CAPITALIST DEFINITIONS: "Edge City" (with notes on Amazon Moving to ATL).

The HR Capitalist

Commute preferences change in metro areas as Edge Cities come online and continue to grow. With all the competition for Amazon's second headquarters (dubbed HQ2) and with Atlanta ( home of Kinetix, the company I own part of ) being in the mix, I thought I'd share one of my favorite books of all time and give you a Capitalist definition while we are at it. Edge City is the term.

2018 68

The SPHR and Money - Chicken or the Egg?

HR Capitalist

Holding either a PHR or SPHR will boost salaries for HR professionals by more than $20,000, across various metro markets in the US. We''ve talked a lot in this space about value of the SPHR and PHR for today''s HR professional. Is it worth doing? I''ve always taken the stance that it''s a checkbox - good to do and ultimately will pay off, but it''s always been hard to quantify. .

Local Newspaper Ignores Bloggers


With more than 500 active bloggers in the Oklahoma City and Tulsa Metro areas, I believe that by all working together will can help one another instead of singling out community members who serve content generators and community influencers. Some of you may know that I am the PR/Social Media Director for the Oklahoma State HR Council also known as OKHR. I’m also HR blogger here at Blogging4Jobs.

9 to 5

Evil HR Lady

I think this is largely a NYC metro thing, but I could be wrong. I thought maybe in your expertise you could answer a question that has bugged me for years. I hear the phrase “nine to five job” or “working nine to five” all the time. I see it on the internet and hear it in movies and on TV. Dolly Pardon even wrote a song about it. But I have never in my life known anyone to work those hours. Everyone with a standard Monday through Friday job works eight to five, not nine to five. (Or

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