Tech jobs are growing at an unprecedented rate. In fact, the best is yet to come and there are numerous reasons why technology is forecasted to develop more rapidly within the next decade or so. 2017 has a lot in store for tech and professionals with the right skill set will be among those who benefit the most from the continuous advancements in the industry. Learn which tech skills will significantly enhance your market value in 2017!
Computers play a greater role in day-to-day business operations than ever before. Knowledge of computers is plainly required to acquire and keep a high paying position in almost any field. Technology skills are needed in just about any industry from the automotive field to aeronautics to even the music industry!
For those of us IT lovers that don’t want to or can’t afford to spend the next four years at a desk studying, here are three different IT careers that pay really well, but don’t require a bachelor’s degree.
Do you feel stagnant or unfulfilled with your current career choice? Maybe you’ve been considering a career change. You want a career that has a high demand, job security, AND creative freedom. Here are 7 real-life reasons why switching your career to web design might be one of the best decisions you’ve ever made!
70% of coding bootcamp students already have a college degree, but decide to continue their education because they’re desperate for better job availability, job security, and a decent salary. The question is not whether you should continue your education, but rather, how? Read some of the advantages of both free online training and classroom training.
On the surface, BYOD seems like a nice, win-win situation for everyone: employees get to use the technology they’re most comfortable with, and companies don’t have to shell out the cash to buy new devices for everyone. But for developers and IT security professionals, it’s a whole different ball game.
“A few years ago they needed to know Flash,” said James Bessen in the Harvard Business Review about web developers. “Now they need to know HTML5 instead.” According to Melinda Barlow of Recruiter.com, technology as an industry “suffers from a huge gap in basic education.” It’s no secret that technology is advancing at warp speed, and […]
With web access possible from computers, phones, and tablets of all shapes and sizes, the need for responsive web pages is greater than it ever was before.