Why remote Salesforce jobs make sense for your career

Posted by Lauren Gugliotta

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With Salesforce admins and developers in demand, it’s a great time to consider job offers that can help you earn more money and reach your career goals. Did you know that many top employers across the country are now offering remote Salesforce jobs? Today’s employers want top talent, wherever they are located. With those opportunities… Read more »

It makes sense to think about your “perfect” Salesforce job — even if you’re not looking


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What does your perfect Salesforce job look like? Have you thought about it? In many cases, we’re so busy plugging along at our 9 to 5 that we don’t have time to really put pen to paper (or fingers to keyboard) and lay out what is included in our ideal career situation. But even if… Read more »

Be prepared for these creative interview questions


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Many employers today are looking beyond skills and technical qualifications to include strong cultural fit, communication skills and other traditionally “soft” skills. Fittingly, interview questions have evolved to meet this evolution as well. For Salesforce talent, this means going beyond traditional interview preparation. You know your resume and skill set inside and out. You are… Read more »

Tech2’s Year in Review: 2017 Highlights


We can’t believe that 2017 is already coming to an end! So many exciting things happened in the Salesforce ecosystem this year, from Salesforce staking their claim in the Artificial Intelligence market to expanding their Trailhead efforts and growing the Trailblazer community. It has been an equally exciting year for our team at Tech2. As… Read more »

4 Things a Salesforce Consultant Can Do for Your Business


Customer Relationship Management (CRM) software is playing a larger role in business than ever before, and many companies turn to Salesforce, a leader in the sector, due to its outstanding reputation and its high level of customizability. But, even though it’s a powerhouse, that doesn’t mean it’s easy for everyone to handle the selection and… Read more »

Top 5 Speakers You Should Check Out This Year at Dreamforce


Dreamforce has an extensive speaker list, and if you are like most people attending, making it to them all just isn’t an option. With that in mind, we’ve compiled a list of our top five must-see speakers at this year’s Dreamforce event. Here are our top recommendations: 1. Marc Benioff This first one goes without… Read more »

LinkedIn 101: Tips to Help You Boost Your Salesforce Career


When it comes to finding work as a Salesforce developer or AwesomeAdmin, if you have the skills, you pretty much have the world in your hand. After all, with more than 3,200 job openings in the last 12 months in the U.S. alone and with more than 200,000 companies using the Salesforce platform (stat is… Read more »

How to Boost Your Salesforce Career by Working with a Recruiting Firm


New year, new Salesforce career. Was that your motto as you rang in 2017? If so, you’ll enjoy excellent prospects because the market for Salesforce professionals remains hot, hot, HOT: just type in “Salesforce Developer” in the job search bar at Monster.com and up pops more than 1,000 open opportunities. What’s more, you don’t need… Read more »

How to Keep Your Salesforce Career Resolutions on Track


  Research shows that less than half of Americans set New Year’s resolutions? Have you set your resolutions for 2017? How about your Salesforce career resolutions? Here’s a sobering follow up, though: Research also shows that less than 10% of Americans who make resolutions actually accomplish what they set out to accomplish! So, if you’re… Read more »

How to Conduct a Quiet Search for Salesforce Jobs


The fact is, most professionals are looking for other jobs. In fact, research shows that 3 out of 4 employees are actively searching right now. How about you – are you searching for Salesforce jobs? Whether you’re actively pursuing new Salesforce jobs or not, conducting a job search while you’re still employed can be difficult. But most… Read more »