Are you 100% happy with your current career status?
Many people find themselves at a point in their life where they realize they are not achieving their idea of success. If you’re ready for a change, download our “How to Change Careers in 7 Steps” e-book. It contains valuable information, tips and an easy to follow step-by-step plan. This e-book may aid you in finding a new career but is not a guarantee of employment.
Job Hunting is hard—Career Hunting, even harder. Getting a job (a good one) or starting/building a career is a full-time job in and of itself.
Ask yourself this, “Have you ever worked at a job that was harder than the getting of that job?” Most times, the answer is no. So, why do we not focus our attention on being prepared for that search?
This eBook will cover some of the job market obstacles you may not even be aware of. Learn specific strategies to help get your resume noticed and assist your job search.
As new technologies emerge, the need for IT jobs will continue to increase, making this one of the more stable industries in the United States. Because technology has been integrated into nearly every industry, from vehicle developments to medical services, there will be the need for IT employment for years to come.
This whitepaper will explain why we’ve seen a boom in IT careers and what the projection for careers in the Information Technology field will look like for years to come!
IT certifications often serve as a major benchmark for hiring managers as they are evaluating candidates and are often an automatic qualifying requirement as to whether or not a candidate will even be considered, regardless of other experience.
This whitepaper will answer the questions you have about what’s all the buzz about for IT training and how you can start obtaining certification training at Carolina Career College – Today!
While the term ‘cybersecurity’ describes a job function, it’s not as common to see that word in a job title. It’s important to understand that you won’t start your IT career as a cybersecurity expert. Instead, you’ll grow into it through experience and training.
At Carolina Career College, we’re here to help you take that first step.
Today, the average Bachelor’s degree takes 5 years to complete. (USNews.com, ‘Most College Students Don’t Graduate on Time’, 12/1/14) Learn how CCC can help you start a new career in as little as 7 weeks!
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