2017-2018 Best Computer Schools and Information Technology Degree and Diploma programs in Milwaukee Area

2017-2018 Best Computer Schools and Information Technology Degree and Diploma programs in Milwaukee Area

Vadim Mikhailenko

Vadim Mikhailenko

MATC IT Computer Support Program Instructor at Milwaukee Area Technical College
Vadim is a pasionate IT instructor with 20 years of experience. He loves sharing his knowledge and makes students his top priority.
Vadim Mikhailenko
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How to Negotiate Salary and Benefits for IT Computer Support Job

  The salary and benefit negotiation of a new job offer can be intimidating. It can feel like a confrontation or argument. That is not the case in the professional market. These things should be considered obligatory, but important. A hiring company should be expecting a possible refusal of an offer and a possible counter offer. In a case where the hiring manager has an issue with this, that job might be a good one to pass on. Here are some tips for staying professional in the salary negotiation and keeping both parties happy. Know What the Salary Should Be You don’t want to begin the salary negotiation without knowing what the salary should be. Part of knowing what the salary should be is knowing your own worth in the job market regarding the position applied for. Take inventory of your experience, education, and accomplishments. These three things will help measure what the salary should be. Keep in mind that you may want to use this information to effectively sell yourself to the prospective employer. If you only meet the job requirements and not exceed them, you might still have an opportunity to present value in your traits while making a counter offer. How to Find Salary Expectations You shouldn’t have to look past your monitor for this information. During your job search, you should be keeping record of the advertised wage ranges for the positions that you’re interested in. How do those figures relate to the offer that you receive? That could be data you can present when you make a counter offer. Using data in the salary...

7 Steps to improve your presentation skills to get a job during interview.

1. Rehearse 2. Use pictures with slides 3. Stand still, plant your feet 4. Breath, relax 5. Use eye contact 6. Be engaging 7. Thank everyone when finished

7 Steps to Improve Your Presentation skills to get a Job during the Interview

7 Steps to Improve Your Presentation skills to get a Job during the...

How To Create LinkedIn Profile That Stands Out

Making your LinkedIn profile shouldn’t be a difficult or complex task. You’ll have all the information that you need about yourself and job history. Being diligent and thorough is the most important part of making your LinkedIn profile great. I recommend that you have everything ready to go so that you don’t have a partly finished profile posted for weeks at a time.   First, you need a good headshot. If you’re new to the modern job market, you’ll have to put some effort in here. Loading up a pic from your Facebook page and cropping it just won’t do here. This is a step that is best with some help from a friend. Clean yourself up and put on a nice top. You don’t even need to wear pants to get a good headshot. It’s that easy. Follow some simple guidelines about lighting and showing some personality. Remember to make it look professional rather than cool. It can be awkward to smile and pretend to be approachable, but you must make your headshot show this. The more professional it looks, the easier it is for hiring managers to take you seriously. https://blog.hubspot.com/marketing/professional-headshot-tips-for-budget   The tremendously important headline is the next thing people will see. This is essentially the written headshot of your profile that is often overlooked. You want this headline to focus on the type of position you’re expecting to get someday or at least to describe yourself exactly the way you want to be seen. This must be appropriate for the profession you’re looking at. Being short and direct here is best. No headline should contain...

7 Quick Resume Tips and Strategies

  There are numerous essential tips that aspiring young IT professionals should consider when preparing their resumes to get their name out in the IT field. This can be combined with LinkedIn, Google + and networking with those already established in the field. You don’t need to know them all, but covering some of the most important and relevant to you will give you an edge in getting your important points across so you don’t type up several pages of boring criteria covering everything you think you have done. Remember, the more you talk about the more likely you are to mention something that will move your resume to the unlooked profile. Here are some ideas that have helped me and will help you. Be sure to include key words in your resume. These can be strong adjectives, to create power and simplicity, or even hot words like network, security or solved. Use these words often and early so they catch the readers eye and consider you over similar resumes with equal or lesser appeal. Using OSI model words or name brands like Microsoft or Cisco can benefit greatly. Use larger fonts to separate key points and categories, make the descriptions smaller so they can pick out the details they want to read about. Not everything on your resume may be important, even if they are all well written and skillful. Mixing up bullets, font size and your layout will help make the page look like a work of art so they may look at it and spot everything. If headings have the same large font and bold/underline as...