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What Skills Are Employers Looking For? Job Training News

Critical Thinking and Problem Solving

Critical thinking and problem-solving skills are among the most sought-after skills for most employers. With technology increasingly performing routine tasks, employers need workers with skills that a computer can’t replicate. Analyzing evidence and managing challenging …

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How to Write the Perfect Cover Letter

Writing a cover letter can be inconvenient, and some people wonder if writing a cover letter is even important when applying online. A cover letter is an important part of applying for a professional position, even when you are just …

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Computer Science vs. Software Engineering: What’s the Difference?

Two occupations that are often confused in the tech industry are computer science and software engineering. But, while they may be similar in nature and fundamentals, they shouldn’t be used interchangeably.

For one, software engineers are professionals who specialize in

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Program Spotlight: Becoming A Dental Assistant

Why Become a Dental Assistant?

Dental assisting is an exciting career with plenty of variety in the day-to-day. Dental assistants are often the people who welcome patients as they walk into the office, setting the tone for the visit.

They …

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These 11 tech companies are hiring veterans right now

While veteran joblessness rose to 7.3% in 2020—versus 8.3% unemployment for the total U.S. population—millions of STEM jobs went unfilled. In 2020, 18.5 million men and women were veterans, comprising 7% of the civilian population.

As the tech industry …

By Kindra Cooper - Springboard
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