IT skills: Ring in the new for 2002

As the slowdown bites into the UK economy, the IT industry could be forgiven for feeling like a turkey. But as you will see from...

As the slowdown bites into the UK economy, the IT industry could be forgiven for feeling like a turkey. But as you will see from our Special Report, there's plenty individuals and companies can do to turn the pain into gain.

The key to success for everyone is to learn new skills and be bold enough to try a few new directions.

The articles below will offer some signposts along the road to recovery.


The skills you need to succeed in 2002
CW360.com's technology guru Cliff Saran gives a blow-by-blow account of what to drop and what to swot.
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2002 - The year of the contractor?
Be sure you can handle the ups and downs before you take the independent route.
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The MBA conundrum - will it supercharge your career?
This popular qualification can boost your pay and prospects, but there is a high price tag.
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Keep your staff satisfied
Maintaining skills is a two-way trip. If you're an employer, it will take more than a bit of extra money to keep skilled staff on board.
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The road to recovery
Whatever your definition of recession, life's tough in IT just now. Experts from across the industry predict how and when the pain will end.
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