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Why are IT Training and Certifications Important for Landing Your Dream IT Job?

As technology’s presence increases in our personal and professional lives, companies are struggling to keep up. According to CNBC, there are over 700,000 open tech jobs in the United States. Many organizations can’t fill these rolls, as there is a lack of qualified workers. According to an Emerson Survey, 2 out of 5 Americans believe that we have a crisis due to STEM worker shortages.

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5 Soft Skills Employers Need and How to Build Them

As we look toward 2020, it’s a perfect time to consider career and personal goals. Despite the increasing prevalence of technology in the workforce, companies still look for employees with strong soft skills, and according to Adecco, 44% of executives think many Americans lack these skills. These skills are not job-specific, they’re a part of you that transfers across your life.

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3 Common Problems People Over 50 Face After a Layoff (And How to Solve Them)

Whether you’ve recently lost your job or you’ve been out of the workforce for a while, finding a job after 50 presents a unique range of challenges. You often must compete with younger workers who have an inherent understanding of technology, and you have to overcome a host of stereotypes about older workers. Fortunately, prospects are improving, and with career training and certification you can easily prove your sharp skills with technology and outshine any whippersnapper.

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How to Use Your GI Bill® Benefits to Secure Your Future

Leaving the military can be a difficult process. You’re leaving a job with clear responsibilities, chain of command, and structure, and when you jump into the civilian world, that foundation is gone.

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Why Having Support Is the Golden Ticket for Career Training Success

With more and more free classes, guides, and training resources available online, many people seek to teach themselves as they embark on career training and further education. According to Stack Overflow, almost 90 percent of developers have taught themselves a new language, framework, or tool. The days of relying exclusively on a traditional four-year college degree and formal training are over, especially in the constantly shifting world of technology.

But despite the ease and accessibility of self-guided training, there are still significant advantages to pursuing career training with an organization that can provide instructors, advisers, and support at every stage of your education.

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