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Frida Chacin Kulak - 2022-08-05
Have you been thinking about switching careers? You wouldn’t be the first: about half of the workforce is considering a job change, and 20% have already taken the leap in 2022, joining professional fields with growing demand, such as Tech. They call it the Great Reshuffle for a reason: even in the most unpredictable of times, workers have raised their standards and aren’t afraid to go for it, because pivoting careers might not be as difficult as you think.
Frida Chacin Kulak - 2022-07-28
The Ironhack community includes everyone who enrolls in our bootcamps, as well as everyone who has already graduated from them– our Ironhack alumni! It also includes our awesome teachers and TAs (because what’s a school without teachers?), our on-campus staff and, of course, Team Ironhack! (Like the people writing this article… hi there!)
Ironhack - 2022-11-08
Listen, jobs in tech are so hot right now. The Tech world is constantly evolving; no matter which specialty you choose, you can bet there’s a job with your name on it. That’s not all, with great jobs come great benefits and tech is an industry well known for its job stability, flexible work hours, paid time off, great pay, and don’t forget remote work! Yes, these things are all tempting, especially to workers just entering the field, but before you leap at the first opportunity that comes your way, you must take the time to find the right company for you. Here’s a little list to help you make the best choice for your future.
Ellen Merryweather - 2022-11-16
If you're thinking of starting your new life as a Digital Nomad, we've made a new book for you! In partnership with Tropicfeel (the experts in gearing up for adventure), we're excited to bring you...
Ironhack - 2023-03-08
“Girls can’t do math!” is something you may have heard at school when you were a child. Unfortunately, the world we live in is built upon long-running beliefs and notions that influence how we think, feel, and act, which can continue into cycles in adulthood and beyond. When we look at companies in STEM, there is a clear disparity between the ratio of men to women. But why? And how can we change it?
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Ironhack - 2023-03-08
About the author: Jaroslav Bláha specializes in building complex, international IT systems, as well as executing innovative technology initiatives. Among others, he was Chief Architect of NATO, Global Program Manager of DB Schenker, CIO of the Swiss electrical grid operator, CIO/CTO of Solera Holdings (Dallas), and Co-Founder/CEO of CellmatiQ, a startup for AI-based medical image analysis. He is the CIO/CTO of trivago since March 2022.
Gabriel Pizzolante - 2023-03-08
Celebrating International Women’s Day, we’ve gathered twelve of London’s biggest female voices in tech. We asked them to share some advice for the next generation of women thinking of getting into tech. Looking at how they started their careers themselves and the challenges they had to face, they talk about their own role models, and even debunk some tech myths. Ready? Let’s dive in and hear from the first six.
Juliette Erath - 2023-03-07
You’ve probably heard about the gender gap and there’s a reason why: it’s an issue that permeates practically every industry, but especially tech. The gender gap is defined as a relative disparity between people of different genders and although it’s typically associated with the salary differences between men and women, it can also refer to rights, benefits, or levels of participation and access.
Juliette Erath - 2023-03-06
We’ve talked about what to do when you have a bad interview, but have you thought about what happens when you nail that interview? Probably not. No worries, we’ll break it down and cover everything you need to know.
Diana Blaum - 2023-03-06
Female technology (FemTech) is often thought of as a niche market. And this massively impacts funding. For example, despite representing half of the global population, and spending over $500 billion per year on medical bills, only 4% of healthcare research and development funding is put toward women's health.