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Take a moment to retool your personal and professional priorities with some of our most insightful tech management and careers articles.

December 30, 2013 06:30 AM ET

Computerworld - No matter how long you've been in IT, it's always a good idea to pause periodically and take stock of your professional and personal progress.
Why not take a few moments to read through the best ofComputerworld's management and career coverage? Scroll down to browse the complete list or click a link to skip directly to your chosen topic.

Hone your tech skills

8 hot IT skills for 2014
Help desk staffers are coveted, but developers are the hottest commodity of all.
The most promising IT skills right now
Premier 100 IT Leader Vince Campisi lists the three most promising IT technical skills for the near future.
IT pros get training on their own dime
IT spending is kicking up again, but training budgets have been slow to recover. Many IT professionals are taking matters into their own hands.
Free and cheap ways to study for IT certifications
Studying for and taking IT certification exams can be costly. These tips can help you find inexpensive study resources and ways to get hands-on experience with the technologies you're studying.

Track hot IT titles

Chief Digital Officer: Hot new tech title or flash in the pan?
Enterprises are tapping CDOs to monetize digital assets, but how will these new execs interact with IT? And will the hiring trend hold?
How to nab a data scientist job
It's a whole new ballgame for traditional data analysts, as training focuses on deep knowledge of statistics and computer science.
Hot IT titles: Hybrids in high demand
Job hunters, take note: Companies are seeking IT pros who can speak tech and business with equal ease.
How to get a job in financial IT
IT practitioners with the right mindset -- analytical and dogged -- will find themselves welcome in the resurgent financial services industry.
How to get a job in healthcare IT
Electronic records. Digital and wireless medical devices. Healthcare reform. Aging population. All signs point to healthcare as a stable, long-term choice for IT careers.
IT careers: Should you be an SVP?
These days, some tech leaders are sporting more than one title. We explore the ins and outs of adding a few letters after C-I-O.
The help desk is hot again
If you thought the traditional help desk would be outsourced, automated or altogether shut down, think again. Hiring for the help desk is hot.
IT careers: Does it pay to become a brand specialist?
Before you make a grab for that architect job, pause and remember: It was once hip to be known as a Lotus 1-2-3 developer.

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