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What Does A Manager Do?

If you're a skilled problem solver, you're a people person, and you're deadline and detail-oriented, you may be wondering—what does a manager do? Managers today spend their time analyzing how best to ensure their department improves the top and bottom lines of a company. Managers delegate tasks and responsibilities, create reports and presentations, and collaborate with other departments to achieve goals. They must be effective communicators, coaches, and lifelong learners.

Companies from almost every industry need managers to execute their business processes and projects and these management roles are often much less technical than the positions they manage. This is great news if you're looking for a new job because managerial skills can qualify you for a wide variety of positions. Read this blog to determine whether you could apply your skills to a rewarding career as a Management Professional.

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What Does A Data Analyst Do?

With more and more viable, tech-driven opportunities opening up these days for those seeking employment, you may be wondering—what does a Data Analyst do? Data Analysts solve problems for companies by collecting, optimizing, understanding and presenting data. There is increasing demand for Data Analysts in pretty much every major industry—from healthcare, to finance, to engineering, to fashion, to law, to media, and more.

Examples of the types of questions Data Analysts answer include how companies should spend their marketing and advertising budget, what types of people are most vulnerable to a specific illness or condition, and what social issues are most important to a particular demographic.

As you may have gathered, there are opportunities to apply data analytics to almost any topic that interests you. Read this blog to determine whether you could apply your skills to a rewarding career as a Data Analyst.

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The Most Common IT Job Search Frustrations

Looking for a new job is rough. Whether you're out of work desperately looking for employment or slogging through the day going nowhere with your career, finding something new can be incredibly difficult. What's more, IT professionals are finding that the ever-changing job market landscape is forcing them to work harder in order to keep up. 

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Jobs You Can Get with Your Security Professional Certification

Ready to take your cybersecurity knowledge to the next level or achieve your Cisco certification? Our flexible training methods let new and expreienced security professionals choose their preferred learning style, while our expert team helps maximize your certification budget by optimizing key training paths. It’s time for a new approach to IT training.  Learn more about our security training and certifications here.

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Student Spotlight: How Microsoft & QuickBooks Career Training Changed My Life

The job search isn’t a one-size-fits-all experience—not everyone is starting off searching for a career straight out of college. Sometimes, the job hunt comes later in life when it’s least expected. This is exactly what happened for one stay-at-home mom in Southern California who lost her spouse—the breadwinner of the family—and was suddenly launched back into the workforce after two decades off the job.

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