Technology falls second to healthcare in terms of the number of jobs that hit the top 25 list for 2012.
Here is a quick look:
#2 – Network Systems and Data Communications Analyst
#8 – Computer Software Engineers, Applications
#9 – Computer Software Engineers, Systems Software
#12 – Database Administrators
#20 – Computer Systems Analyst
#24 – Computer Security Specialist
#25 – Network and Computer Systems Administrators
Which area are you in and do you have the skills you need to stay employed or get employed?
Keeping on top of technology can be a challenge to say the least. One of the best things you can do it so spend 30 minutes a day “browsing” what’s new in technology. Once you know where you want to be, then spend that time identifying the qualifications that you need to score the jobs you want. Next identify the areas that you need to learn and pick the learning method that works best for you. There are more ways to learn these days than you ever thought possible. From classroom courses in the classroom to classroom courses taught online, to self-paced video courses and eLearning options you have much to choose from.
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