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Which career is best in IT?

By mares545 ·
I just received a Business Administration Associates degree and am planning to go onto receive a Bachelor's degree in Business Administration in CIS. I am currently planning to attend [online] at Thomas Edison in New Jersey. I understand that I may need to supplement the business degree with certifications. I do have a networking management background, but no certifications [well, except for a Microsoft Certified Professional, but that's all.] Any suggestions as to which path to pursue? The faster I can get working, the better. (I've been laid off for 13 months.) Thanks, Maryann

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Get into cloud computing

by Yuvash10 In reply to Which career is best in I ...

IT future is into CLOUD.

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by info In reply to Which career is best in I ...

I remember in high school, I was waiting for someone to tell me what to do, and was disappointed. I understand now that they couldn't. There are too many paths to take, too many uncertainties, and it's up to you to choose where you go.

What are your goals? Happiness? Money? Both?!? You can make a success of yourself in any IT-related field, so it's best to pick the specialty that you'll be happiest in, working the least amount of hours (unless you LIKE working) and pays the highest salary with the least amount of stress. With your new education in business, taking a track towards management is recommended. Business owners like 'geeks' that can talk to them in the language they understand and like the most. Money.

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