With Microsoft certification, you get one of the most highly regarded -- and bankable -- IT credentials in the world. But which of the many Microsoft certification programs is best for you? This unique guide gives you a complete overview of Microsoft's many certification tracks and explains exactly what kind of career path and salary range you can expect with each of the credentials. With solid advice on how to prepare for certification exams, a comprehensive rundown of career resources, and seasoned tips on IT job hunting, it's the one guide you need to choose the right certification -- and launch your lucrative IT career. Covers: MCSE NT 4 Exams
This book is an excellent choice for any person working in the field of IT or studying for an IT or IT related degree. This book will guide you through all available choices of computer jobs, computer certifications and guide you through the interviewing process. For companies employing IT professionals, this book will provide them with a guide for the different computer jobs descriptions and what professional certifications are required from their employees. This book is the first of its kind to present detailed and valuable information about IT jobs and their corresponding certifications. We believe that all IT professionals, employment agencies and companies offering IT jobs would benefit from this book.
This is a career exploration and job-finder book for many different fields. I provide information, job websites and organizations for many occupations. Beyond this book, I created job books for occupations like medical, business, computer, media, transportation, teaching, liberal arts, etc. The 84 volumes are as follows: Volume 1. What Do I Want to do With my Life? 1 Volume 2. What Do I Want to do With my Life? 2 Volume 3. A Career Ideas Guide Volume 4. A Psychology-Aptitude-Career Test Guide Volume 5. A Job-Life Purpose Question Guide Volume 6. A Career Exploration Guide 1 Volume 7. A Career Exploration Guide 2 Volume 8. A Career Exploration Guide 3 Volume 9. A Career Exploration Guide 4 Volume 10. A Career Exploration Website Guide 1 Volume 11. A Career Exploration Website Guide 2 Volume 12. Career Knowledge for Young People Volume 13. Career Information at careerprofiles.info Volume 14. A Job Idea Guide 1 Volume 15. A Job Idea Guide 2 Volume 16. A Canada Career Exploration Guide Volume 17. A Psychology Career Exploration Guide Volume 18. An Occupational List Guide 1 Volume 19. An Occupational List Guide 2 Volume 20. An Occupational List Guide 3 Volume 21. An Occupational List Guide 4 Volume 22. An Occupational List Guide 5 Volume 23. Industry Classification Guides Volume 24. A Career and College Idea Website Guide Volume 25. Specific Profession Websites at workblogging.blogspot.ca Volume 26. Job and Career Ideas from vocationaltraininghq Volume 27. The Job Fields, Occupations and Professions 1 Volume 28. The Job Fields, Occupations and Professions 2 Volume 29. Job Fields, Occupations and Professions from the Phonebook Volume 30. Occupational Fields by Category Volume 31. U.S. Websites by Category with Career Ideas Volume 32. Job Ideas and Career Articles Volume 33. A Career Change Guide Volume 34. A Career Change Website Guide Volume 35. An Older Person Job Guide Volume 36. A Job Website Guide by Field and Country at workable Volume 37. A Niche Job Website Guide 1 Volume 38. A Niche Job Website Guide 2 Volume 39. nichejobs com Created many Niche Job Websites, Some Don’t Work Volume 40. Job Websites by Field at career.fsu.edu Volume 41. Many Job Boards by Field at betterteam Volume 42. A Job Website Guide by Field from jobstars.com/niche-job-sites Volume 43. Career Fairs and Events by Industry at jobstars.com/industry-events-conferences Volume 44. Job Websites by Field from the Dead Website jobsourcenetwork Volume 45. Job Websites in Some ...
With the importance of computers and mobile devices in every business and industry, the demand for computer support professionals is greater than ever before. As a result, those with strong skills in computer support have a relatively secure career path and the ability to apply their knowledge in a wide variety of environments. This title presents a number of different careers in computer support, including their typical work settings, responsibilities, and demands. Information is provided on education and training--starting with preparation at the high school level--and practical advice is given on how to land a job.
Describes 75 jobs and how to attain them! Information technology is one of the fastest-growing segments of the labor market. This practical, one-stop career guide describes the depth and breadth of job opportunities and careers currently available in health information technology (HIT), and helps readers to enter and advance within this expanding field. The book offers guidance for students in higher education and currently employed individuals looking for mid-career opportunities. It includes a description of educational requirements for success in the HIT field and major themes of the HIT workforce such as informatics, provider-based jobs, vendor, government, and payer-based employment. The book describes quickest-route pathways for careers that require advanced training and professional associations that provide important information and resources. It examines the varied environments in which HIT careerists can workóhospitals, ambulatory care facilities, physician practices, the managed care and insurance sector, public health organizations, consulting firms and HIT vendors, and education and trainingóalong with related job opportunities. Seventy-five jobs include a description, experience and/or education requirements, core competencies, salary, employment outlook, and references. Interviews with individuals in varied HIT careers present a human face that offers valuable advice. An international perspective on HIT workforce development addresses issues and challenges within other countries, and an industry expert sheds light on future expectations for the HIT industry. Links to job resources, and listings of professional conferences and meetings, add further value to the guide, as do job seeker ìtipsî throughout. Key Features: Provides comprehensive, practical information about health information technology (HIT) careers for students and mid-career job seekers Explores the great variety of work environments and job opportunities within them Details education requirements and quickest pathways to attain them Includes interviews with people currently in HIT careers, links to job resources, professional conferences and meetings, and helpful tips throughout Presents an international perspective on HIT career development and the future of HIT careers from industry experts
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The purpose of this book is to introduce you to the wide open world of opportunities after for students who are still at school and for young adults who are in colleges or in training for further education and professional skills.
THE FIRST STEP TO A DYNAMIC CAREER You have something in common with Bill Gates, Michael Dell and Ted Turner: None of them graduated from college. If they can make it, you can, too! Don’t settle for a minimum-wage job just because you’re not a college graduate. Try one of these 202 high-paying options. They’re more than jobs—they’re careers. This book helps you: • Define your interests and skills, and figure out what job is perfect for you • Impress recruiters by perfecting resumes, cover letters, applications and interview skills • Choose from 202 opportunities that lead to high income and long-term financial stability • Get the inside scoop on salary ranges, career paths, working conditions and job responsibilities for each opportunity Avoid dead-end jobs. Find the career that’s right for you, and start your new life today!
This new Vault guide takes an inside look at careers in this all-important and continually growing sector of the economy. Vault provides an overview of industry trends and career paths, an analysis of tech education options, and an insider guide to the hiring process for technology careers.
Teaching Students About the World of Work argues that educational institutions—especially two-year and four-year public institutions serving low-income students—need to make the topic of employment a central element in their educational offerings. Indeed, the book demonstrates that a far greater emphasis on teaching students about the work world will be necessary if colleges are to give disadvantaged students a realistic chance for professional and economic success. The recommendation is a reconfiguration of postsecondary education that represents a paradigm shift in career preparation and learning. Editors Nancy Hoffman and Michael Lawrence Collins and their authors provide a rich and comprehensive view of both today’s work world and the challenges facing many young people who are determined to find a place within it. The book offers detailed accounts of how several community colleges have put employment at the center of the curriculum; provides practical insights into the twenty-first century labor market and ways to improve the choices and outcomes for low-income job seekers; and explores the daunting structural barriers to securing successful and satisfying employment. Throughout all its chapters, the book highlights increasing inequalities—in both opportunities and outcomes—within our society. In order to redress those disparities, it argues, postsecondary educators will need to offer enhanced insights and sophistication to disadvantaged young people preparing to enter and navigate the work world. An urgent but unfailingly reasonable book for our times, Teaching Students About the World of Work will be required reading for educators determined to create practical opportunities for young people in search of good employment and better lives.