Stay Sharp! How Project Management Training Gives Baby Boomers the Competitive Edge

As we get older, we need to adapt to new technologies and acquire new skills to stay competitive in the workplace. It’s no longer enough to keep pace with changes in your organization. A new generation of workers is entering the workforce, and to ensure that you don’t become obsolete, you need to stay up to date with technology and acquire new skills with additional career training.

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The Top 5 Technology Skills Companies Need

We’re facing a technology-skills drought in the United States. According to a recent Emerson survey, two in five Americans say the science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) shortage in the U.S. is at a crisis level. If you’re transitioning into a new career or looking to move up, grabbing technology skills now can mean a whole new level of job security.

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Are You ‘Job Ready’ for Your Next Career Move?

When you’re competing for jobs, employability is a key factor. You have to be job ready with the hard and soft skills employers want. Even if you have been in the workplace for some time and are looking for a change or advancement at your current company, having the right foundational skills and being able to demonstrate job readiness could be the factor that makes you stand out from the other applicants.

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Over 50? With Career Training, Step into These 5 Booming Industries

If you are over 50 and concerned that ageism will make it harder to find a rewarding job, take heart. There is an ongoing shortage of skilled workers, and your experience could give you a competitive edge. With the right approach and credentials, you should be able to compete with younger candidates for tech jobs that are both rewarding and satisfying.

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3 Critical Skills Employers are Looking For in Tech Professionals

Editor's Note: This post was originally published April 2017 and has recently been updated and revised for accuracy and comprehensiveness.

Demand for tech professionals continues to climb. New technologies, emerging cyber threats and other trends are providing more opportunities than ever for applicants to demonstrate their expertise and prove why they would be the best fit for a particular position. However, staying stagnant too long in the tech industry can negatively impact your appeal to employers.

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