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What Motivated this Female Tech Executive to Move Back to IBM

Watch this video of IBM executive Stephanie Trunzo as she talks about her career journey and what brought her back to IBM.  After working at IBM for 13 years, Stephanie decided to leave the company and start her own business to learn more about the industry outside of the corporate sphere. And when it came […]

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Job Scams Are Real—Here’s How to Avoid Them

People looking for jobs are vulnerable to scams that lure them into fake opportunities and ask them to provide personal information or pay for services upfront. In this #StayAlertStaySmart blog series, IBM cautions job seekers stay on top of job scammers by being cautious and informed. In this blog, Dawn Maria Brett, Brand Focal IBM […]

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Six Questions to Ask during an Informational Interview

An informational interview is a great method for when you want to progress your career while you’re still exploring your options. Find out how it’s different from a job interview and how you can best prepare for one when exploring your next career move. By Steve Choquette   Let’s start with the basics—what is an […]

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Being the ‘Future(s)’ of IBM

You might be uncertain about whether to start work, complete an apprenticeship or go to university. If you’re in this situation—take a look at our IBM Futures Scheme being offered to school leavers in IBM UK. The scheme offers the invaluable opportunity to work with a world-leading company for 12 months, broadening your horizons and […]

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How to Become a Product Manager

Product Management is one of the hottest career tracks today. Have you ever wondered why this role is so important in the company and what qualifications you need to become one? In this blog, Steve Choquette, a Product Manager for IBM Watson, shares his experience and advice on how to become a successful in this […]

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Why You Should Never Stop Learning (Especially At Work)

Beyond keeping things fresh to sustain your professional creativity and passion, learning keeps you relevant in our ever-changing world. IBMer Toby Barnard tells us his advice on how to decide what you want to learn and how to keep learning from your work. By Anne Shaw   Imagine you have nearly 15 years of experience […]

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Being the ‘Futures ‘ of IBM

You might be uncertain about whether to start work, complete an apprenticeship or go to university. If that’s you and you are unsure of what to do next, take a look at our IBM Futures Scheme. The scheme is being offered in IBM UK and offers the invaluable opportunity to work with a world-leading company […]

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Personal Growth and Career Development – Getting the Best of Both Worlds from PTECH and IBM

We recently had the chance to sit down with our two P-TECH interns, Daniel De Menezes and Julia Turek. Daniel and Julia are heading into their senior year at the Norwalk Early College Academy (NECA) in Connecticut while working on their Associate in Applied Science degrees in Web Development and Software Engineering respectively.     P-TECH, […]

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What to Do When Management Styles Clash?

When you find you disagree with your manager’s style, leaving the company is probably not the best answer. IBMer Steve Choquette believes lots of it depends on the culture of the company you are working for through his experience in IBM. By Steve Choquette   Recently, I read a LinkedIn article titled “People don’t leave […]

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How I Went From Studying Theater To Staging Cyber Attacks

Allison Ritter is a Threat Gamification Engineer who works at the X-Force Command Center. This sentence is neither the beginning of a spy thriller nor a part of a futurist plan for Earth 2030. It’s the reality of an IBM employee and her role in keeping data secure. If “Threat Gamification Engineer” doesn’t translate for […]

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My Four Years at IBM = Four Different Careers in Three Cities

Having the option to explore different roles and teams not only is important for professional development, but allows you to find your true passions and a sense of purpose in your career. In today’s world the need and accessibility to new skills create opportunity for new career experiences. Yes, this means that it is possible […]

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