News

What have YOU done to land a job?

We need your successful job-hunting advice.

What’s the most creative thing you’ve ever done to advance your career, get that raise or secure that promotion? We’re looking for folks who have gone the extra mile or done something different to stand out from the crowd to get hired. Help us out and your story could appear in the January issue of Microsoft Certified Professional Magazine. Tell us, in detail, what your secrets are for getting ahead at work or leaving other job applicants eating your dust.

Send your comments to Senior Editor Keith Ward at [email protected]. Please put "My Career" in the subject line so he doesn’t delete your e-mail as just more spam. Also include your full name, any Microsoft certifications you hold, and what city and state you live and work in. You may name your employer if you wish. And please be quick! Comment deadline is Tuesday, Nov. 11, 2003.

About the Author

Keith Ward is the editor in chief of Virtualization & Cloud Review. Follow him on Twitter @VirtReviewKeith.

Featured

  • Microsoft Warns IT Pros on Windows Netlogon Fix Coming Next Month

    Microsoft on Thursday issued a reminder to organizations to ensure that their systems are properly patched for a "Critical"-rated Windows Netlogon vulnerability before next month's "update Tuesday" patch distribution arrives.

  • Microsoft Nudging Skype for Business Users to Teams

    Microsoft on Thursday announced some perks and prods for Skype for Business unified communications users, with the aim of moving them to the Microsoft Teams collaboration service instead.

  • How To Improve Windows 10's Sound and Video Quality

    Windows 10 comes with built-in tools that can help users get the most out of their sound and video hardware.

  • Microsoft Offers More 'Solorigate' Advice Using Microsoft 365 Defender Tools

    Microsoft issued yet another article with advice on how to use its Microsoft 365 Defender suite of tools to protect against "Solorigate" advanced persistent threat types of attacks in a Thursday announcement.

comments powered by Disqus