With the general economic uncertainty that plagued 2008, many professionals, including those in technology fields, might not think that proactively finding new employment should be a 2009 priority. However, unlike the recession of the early 2000s where we saw the implosion of the dot-com industry, this downward market hasn’t been mirrored in the technology sector. In fact, many funded companies are at critical periods in their growth where pulling back would be more catastrophic than plunging ahead. Technology companies today are more business focused and better vetted by investors than ever before - and are still ripe with employment opportunities for talented professionals. Individuals who are prepared will be in the best position to take advantage of new career opportunities as they are uncovered.


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