My name is Ryan and I'm feeling stuck in my current career.  I have been doing SSRS Report Development for the past 10 years.  The main technologies that I use are SSRS, SSMS/TSQL, and Advanced Excel.  Most jobs I see posted want more than just SSRS, like SSIS/SSAS.  But these skillsets seem hard to break into unless you have experience. I would like to get into database development, but how do you do that?  I also have an MCDBA but it seems like education and

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I graduated with an MBA in project management last year, I've got my ITIL V3 cert, and I've taken my PMP course, not sure now if I have enough projects to take the exam, so I"m still working on that. I have experience in electronics through the Navy, I worked as a home advisor for Apple for a couple years but now I intended to get into it project management on some level and I've been looking for a year with no luck. I've spoke with all types of people and everyone says "you should be able

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I am an Information Technology (IT) Manager that was recently a victim of a staff downsize. I am 50 years old and I had been with my previous company for 15 years.  I am having difficulty getting back into the job market and I am thinking about getting a career coach. What are your thoughts on the matter?

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Hi, I have been a stay-at-home mom for the last 7 years. Before that I was a SQL report/query writer for 10 years. I'm wanting to update my skills and start looking for a job. What would you recommend? I haven't kept current at all since leaving the workforce. Should I look at certifications to add to my resume? Thanks for any advice!

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I am a recent graduate of management information system and am currently doing an msc information systems management. After graduating i became keen to know more about management information systems and what it entails as i developed interest in wanting to know more about the course. Right now I am confused about the career path to take, if it become an academia or be a data and information management analyst. I don't know if my degree path is in line with my career path. I have worked

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After doing some research, I would like to become a professional hacker, because it sounds like a fun high paying career because it's essentially a highly skilled programmer. I've worked with people for many years (sales / marketing) and I've worked online from home since 2004. My household can change dynamically with two teenagers and a partially disabled husband. I'm wondering if you can recommend a self-paced course that would provide a certificate of completion.

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Hi there,   I would like to take the SQL server developer training boot camp. I have been looking for a boot camp for long but I haven't been able to find it.    I was thinking that learning online is not going to be easy but giving that I have little hope or alternative, I will now go for online training.    Would you mind giving me more information please keeping in mind that I have a bachelor of Applied Mathematics and I took a SQL database class in college?

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I received my last degree back in 2010, an MBA with a concentration in MIS and Professional Accounting. I have never had an opportunity to work with databases or gainfully in an IT area, except for help desk over 13 years ago, but I would like to begin. I am at a transitioning career stage. I've had 20 years with a company, but have never been able to get into their IT dept. As I've said, I have no hands-on marketable database programming, management skills, but I would like to become

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A personal situation caused me to take a career break from Business Analysis. During my career break I have done volunteer work, admin work and a Foundation degree. I now want to return to Business Analysis but I have been told by one company I have been out of it too long and the preference will always be candidates with the most recent experience. What options do I have to become more relevant. I already have an ISEB Diploma.

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