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There is no better report to gauge where you are and where you should be in tech than the DICE Salary Report, and it’s finally here. For the 17th consecutive year, DICE has put together our industry’s most comprehensive look at salaries for 2022, perks, hot markets, and trends – none of which you want to miss.
President Biden’s executive order for companies with over 100 employees to require COVID vaccinations have led to varied and polarized reactions from businesses nationwide. But despite the blowback, and official rules still pending from the administration and OSHA, some employers have already begun moving forward.
President Biden’s executive order for companies with over 100 employees to require COVID vaccinations have led to varied and polarized reactions from people nationwide. It’s also led to a lot of questions from contractors and remote workers, not to mention business owners.
Although the concept of remote work has opened up the talent pool for employers searching for top tech talent, companies nationwide are still struggling to fill jobs from cybersecurity to AI and data science.

Hiring qualified candidates for those tough positions takes persistence, strategy, and maybe a few industry secrets. Here are three key points to help you hire your toughest positions.
As we move into the new year, top talent across the board will have the upper hand as companies continue to scramble to fill positions, particularly those in security, development and few other select fields.
While the job market has continued to make a slower-than-expected recovery in nearly all other sectors, tech continues an upward trend – with companies throughout the United States searching for qualified candidates. That search, however, continues to be a challenge – especially in California — where everyone from data analysts to software engineers are highly in demand.