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While the average unemployment rate for technology professionals is a mere 3.5 percent — significantly lower than the national average of 7.7 percent — the rates vary by job function. Among Web developers, it’s just 1.0 percent, whereas

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Back in the mid-1980s, Jeanine Swatton was in an all-girl band in Boston, belting out top-40 hits — just like the then-popular band The Go-Gos.

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“It was like a war. People were disappearing and you didn’t know where they went.” That may sound like hyperbole to some, but for John Pavey, the CTO of The Huffington Post, Hurricane Sandy brought back memories of 9/11. Pavey, who is based in Princeton, N.J., pulled an all-nighter during the storm on Monday night as the AOL news site suffered an unprecedented outage. By Tuesday morning, HuffPo was back up and running even though the ISP responsible — DataGram — wasn’t functioning.