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I've been building and working on Computers as well as creating short films from start to finish for about seven years now. And have become extremely fluent in both passions. However it seems the harder I try to get into those career fields, the more other parts of my life fall apart. (i.e. I am told that my experience isn't relevant and that I need a cert) I would absolutely love to get further education on these topics, I just find it very difficult due to my incredible lack of resources. And I'm actually scared to go back to school, given my experience with the twelve years I barely completed. Any advice or experience helps, thank you!! #IT #Film

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Osatose, take time and evaluate yourself, you can work, there is a working skill in you which can be built into a working experience, the more you understand your working skills the more you will research for knowledge that add to your skills, read text books, do google search there free courses with videos, ask those people you trust to train you about your job interest and their employers who train their workers on job, don't loose courage, there jobs that don't need any training, don't give up, keep searching for the job, you will get the job, you can do it,

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Mark Summers
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Yeah, before you start READ The Hatchet Man's Playbook! Youll be glad you did!

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You can also upload your portfolio online and add it in your profile. That way you can showcase your work and attract more employers/clients.

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Here are some low and no cost online trainings that you can consider getting come certificates from.

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