For a while now, we have heard about companies coordinating with schools across the country to build tech and related curriculum into the grade and high school years. As a company, the prospects of waiting for this talent to develop and enter the workforce is a long-term view. It doesn't address their current, urgent needs. Vastly important - yes - as one part of their overall talent strategies.
I have been screaming into a void of late, that talent is waiting for the opportunity to pivot into Tech - they are just needing the training, and means to do it. Thank you Google - 100,000 scholarships for career training/pivots and not all in high level tech! Take a look - apply now!
Are you finding yourself sidelined and frustrated because you do not have the skills the market is demanding? Getting into the tech world does not mean you have to be a computer science engineer or be an expert in coding - the opportunities abound in many areas. And like Google, other opportunities exist for training:
As with everything in life, it is up to the individual to chart their path and follow it. Take advantage of what is readily available to you - retrain in something that is interesting to you.
Just Get Started - and you’ll be amazed at where the road will lead.
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