An elementary interest in technology could develop into mad coding and programming skills for both autodidacts, and those who availed of online certificate tech courses.
Many IT pros were hailed as the heroes of the enterprise’s new normal, as they facilitated the pandemic transition between in office to working from home, taking on the responsibilities for staff’s business and even personal devices. They had to make sure employees had access to the software and hardware they needed to do their jobs well; they ensured staff had access to reliable Wi-Fi, while installing security software to prevent breaches.
Today’s IT professionals are the definition of trouble-shooters; they must be dependable, responsible, patient, skilled, and knowledgeable.
But there’s one thing they just might not need—a college degree.
We’re only a short generation away from the deep belief that attending college is tantamount—for the first foray toward true success. And many of