Expand your earnings horizon? new collar?
One of the tenets of Jobcase is that we all have to drive our own career success in this new world of work (jobcasers are here to help one another do that). Good news in this #coronavirus moment is that a lot of companies are stepping forward with programs to help.
I dont believe 4-year degrees are going to be as required in the next decade as they have been in the past (in order to get a living wage or better job). Here is a good resource IBM has launched to see if you might be right for careers in IT that don't require a 4 year degree. If you think tech is interesting and thinking of how to get yourself into a new path toward higher earnings - this might be worth your time to check it out... #StrongerTogether #tech #education #newstart #opportunity
I would advise to not even consider working there. The company is full of lies and run by currupt people. Of course they suger coat everything for you then treat you like a nobody. There is no money to be made and no room to climb the ladder in the company. The service manager is full. Do not expect a career out of that place. Fast food places start you out better
Back in 2018 I decided to make a career change from client facing roles to software developer. I thin like a lot of folks in my shoes, the light at the end of the tunnel is so brilliant that it drowns out the hurdles to get there.
I've tried the self-taught route, I enrolled and completed a coding bootcamp here in #nyc all the while attending networking events, tech events, making connections left & right with the hopes of it landing me atop a stack of resumes. So far, things have panned out the way I had pictured it. Things are way harder than just creating a front-end thing or a full-stack project.
It takes determination, grid and a tough skin, as well, to make it through. I just need to catch a break & I hope one is right around the bend. #interview #stressful #developer #software #tech