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The Shortage of Data Center Talent and Bridging the Gap

The first item to address is the shortage of talented candidates in this industry. The second is the lack of diversity. The third is the lack of direction on how candidates can get into the data center space. You can’t have diversity when there is a shortage of qualified talent. However, you can have diversity when the labor pool is robust with qualified candidates. This is not the case as this industry must go through a paradigm shift

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Advice for Military Transitioning to the Civilian World

As Critical Facilities Recruiting Specialists, we have seen a steady trend of military professionals transitioning into the data center facilities market and making immediate and long-term impacts. The folks we have worked with out of the military include specialists such as Navy Nuclear Electricians, Navy Nuclear Machinist Mates, Air Force Power Production, and Army Power Generation Backgrounds. These individuals not only have a solid technical foundation to transition into the data center space, but they have gained countless

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Data Center Construction Projects – Experienced Pros in High Demand

Anyone with their pulse on the data center market knows not a week goes by without an announcement about some new data center building project. The titans of tech continue their hyper scale site buildouts all across the country as well as Data Center Co-lo’s in primary and secondary markets that need to answer the demands of edge computing. Data Center Construction is a very niche space and most companies have a prerequisite that candidates have previous experience

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Career Progression for a Field Service Technician in the Data Center Space

Field Service Technicians serve as a vital component to the sustenance of Data Center Facilities. As rewarding as a career in field service can be, it can also open a lot of doors to other career opportunities in the data center space. As the Leading Recruiting and Staffing firm in the Data Center space for over 10 years, Pkaza has developed a keen understanding of the critical facilities field service sector. This domain comprises those field service technicians,

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Importance of Professional Networking

It’s a tight job market, but the market is also in transition with many colo consolidations. Best way to network in these times are through Professional Organizations when they meet both locally (which is obviously cheaper to attend), or you can go to national events. I find peers asking about which events to attend, so what better way to start out with my blog…. here are some useful links of conferences that I have attended or plan on

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