Hello, I am so happy to find your website, I have a Bachelors Degree in Science (Math and Computing). I worked as a High School Math teacher and then worked as a Quality Control Associate, Test Technician roles in Canada for more than 10 years.  I lost my job last year and started looking for a career change and so, I recently learned SAS software, Python and SQL.  Could you please advice me how I can enter into the Data Analysis field?  I can not afford to spent

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Hi! I am considering a career move to Data Analyst. I am a super end user in MS Office and other applications. I have even created simple databases in Access. What I want to know is if your training program is for someone who does not have experience as a data analyst, database developer, business analyst, software developer,busness analysts,report writer, etc. I am afraid of signing up for the program and failing. Thanks for any advice you can give.  Regards,

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Hi, I am basically a generalist, with know-how of almost everything but not a specialist in anything.   Been an as400 support guy for almost my entire career life.   I would like some ideas as to where my skills can be of use in today's IT world.   I am thinking of taking some short courses like Business Analysis but not sure if this is the right path. Would you be able to suggest some training directions and job paths?     thank you

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I have been in IT for almost 30 years and most of my career has been on programming and database development. I have very little exposure or experience on web design and development. We are now using .NET at our site but no hope for me to get into any web development soon. How best to get the exposure and experience in web so that I become more marketable? What online courses would you recommend that I look into, so that I can at least learn the latest tools and techniques?

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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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