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Which Tech Path Is Right for You?


When it comes to choosing the right tech path to suit your career goals, it can be challenging figuring out which direction you want to go. But with a better understanding about what is available, coupled with the right training, a rewarding career in computing technology is within your grasp!

Here are a few options you have:

A computer support specialist might be in the form of a help desk technician who assists those who need help with their computers, or a computer network support specialist, who watches over existing network systems, conducts maintenance, and is responsible for troubleshooting. Network architects create internal networks that employees use, while information security analysts keep information safe from cyber attacks. 

Computer programmers write code and turn software designs into reality, while software developers create the applications that run on IT devices.

Computer systems analysts review computer systems and business processes, then make recommendations for better efficiency. Database administrators focus on the applications and services responsible for organizing and storing data, while systems administrators are responsible for an organization's computer networking on a day-to-day basis.

Regardless of which IT career you choose, it's important to take that first step and enroll in the right IT course that will provide you with the necessary skill sets and certifications to land that next job. Contact us for more information about kickstarting your IT career. Explore our 2018 Academy Training Course Schedule, including our IT Foundations, Code 1.0, IT Networking, IT Security, and IT Project courses.

Now accepting applications, visit Tech901.org today!

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