Inspiring Success

A blog from Creating IT Futures

  • April 3, 2018

    Columnist’s Corner: Busting 7 Myths About Tech Careers

    about_staff_charles Creating IT Futures strives to close the tech skills gap by sharing expertise and insight with industry magazines as regular columnists. The following series of posts by Charles Eaton, CEO of Creating IT Futures, appeared on Recruiter Today earlier this year.
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  • June 20, 2017

    The middle-skill opportunity: A blueprint for job growth

    N70A4675 More than half of STEM jobs are so-called middle-skill jobs, where well-paid jobs are available without the need for a bachelor’s degree. Still, employers are struggling to find enough workers with the right skills for these jobs, and the demand for middle-skill workers is only expected to grow during the next decade.
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  • June 1, 2017

    Columnist’s Corner: Who Are the Technologists of Our (Near) Future?

    ColumnistCorner Our executives create inspiration by sharing expertise and insight with industry magazines as regular columnists. In April, this opinion piece by Charles Eaton appeared for the first time in Recruiter Today: The Career and Employment Magazine. Charles will appear in Recruiter Today on a monthly basis in 2017.
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  • May 16, 2017

    Guy Fruda Named Chair of Creating IT Futures Board

    GuyFruda We announced the new officers for our board. Guy Fruda, managing director, East Region Technology, Deloitte Services, is our new board chair.
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  • April 17, 2017

    Being the MVP in Your Tech Career

    russell-westbrook-mvp What makes the best player on your team? While the NBA and its fans debate this spring on who should be the MVP in basketball, Charles Eaton gives you the top three traits to pick the MVP on your tech team.
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  • April 17, 2017

    Eaton’s First Book Captures Glowing Reviews

    T-in-STEM-cover Reviewers describe Charles Eaton’s new parent’s guide to the T in STEM Education as “engaging and fun,” “terrific and practical” and a “useful, informative and helpful piece of work.”
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