Modern careers rely on tech savvy workers.
Today, virtually every business, every organization and every industry rely on information technology. The ever-growing reliance on data and technology has created a growing demand for Information Technology (IT) professionals—and you could become one of them.
There are several career paths under the information technology umbrella, including programming/coding, information systems technology, computer science and network security technology, just to name a few. Because almost all businesses have IT needs, jobs are available throughout the state, the country and the world.
Educational requirements range from two-years (or less) at a community college to a bachelor’s degree or higher. If you have an aptitude for computers and technology, there’s a place for you in today’s high-tech IT world, so learn how you can start your IT career today.