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Hiring For Talent, Not for Tenure, In Healthcare IT
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User Rank: Ninja
12/31/2013 | 3:28:35 AM
It's not always what you know that gets you the job
The above referenced are all very nice but I can tell you from personal experience that ageism and sexism are very much alive in the IT industry, not to mention the rigid, completely left brained mentality that dictates s very similar, if not identical knowledge, skill sets, abilities are not transferrable from A to B industy. Further, I get the distinct impression that the reason there aren't enough "qualified" applicants is not because there aren't any as much as companies are looking to outsource to the lowest bidders/import the cheapest help.
User Rank: Strategist
12/27/2013 | 5:10:19 PM
Cost Structure
A look at the cost structure of the ACA, for those who are interested. Any feedback would be much appreciated. Good luck.


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