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Jobs are back like it’s 1999. Openings are being created at a higher rate now than in the last few years according to this report from Fortune.com. When the real data is more closely examined, the answer is no, not really.
Still there you are hanging in there doing something you hate to get by day to day. You know you are good for something more than this. You have skills and you have drive and you have. . . . . . that something you think sets you apart from the rest of the sheep on job boards. You do have it. Maybe you just don’t know how to define it.
Or maybe you just need to update some skills and get current on terminology and techniques. Here are three places you can pick up a new skill or brush up some old ones so you can get in the door and kill the interview:
The one commonality for all three of these sites is portability. You can watch all the courses on a tablet or laptop with a decent WiFi connection.
If you have a larger budget and more time on your hands, there are many other certificate programs online. Beware of diploma mills and super slick marketing that promises to double your salary with one course completed in less than three days. Nothing is ever that easy and they are most likely phishing.
Do your research. Find what fits for you. Finish the work. Then go be awesome.Back to Candidate blogs
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