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According to a survey conducted by Tech Pro Research , 59 percent of IT & technology workers are concerned that their professional skill-set will become obsolete. While the survey revealed that at majority of workers across numerous industries shared this concern, obsolescence is a particular issue within the IT world,
Given the nation's growing dependence on technology and thirst for the next big technological breakthrough, it's not surprising that information technology is one of the fastest-growing industries. And it doesn't look like growth in the IT sector will slow down any time soon. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics
Online learning hasn't lived up to its promise—yet. "Just the classroom delivered over a wire," as too many institutions approach online education, is squandered technology, a wasted opportunity, according to WGU President Bob Mendenhall. Earlier this month, Bob was part of a panel discussion, hosted by The New York Times
For students who have, or are about to obtain their online information technology degree , getting that first job requires a little more than an excellent resume and high grade point average. As the old adage goes, "it's all about who you know," and having a few connections at your
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