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October 6, 2020

How Veterans Benefit from IT Certification

Life after military service may come with many questions and challenges. As a veteran, you may be eager to learn a new profession or trade that correlates with the specific expertise acquired during your military career. Aside from this, finding work that is meaningful may be just as important. Luckily, there are career options out there that allow veterans to prosper and find meaning following their time spent serving. One of those career options is the field of Information Technology. By combining IT Certifications with your military experience, you can be on a fast track to IT career success!

So, why IT?

IT jobs are in high demand. These jobs are expected to grow 13% over the next 10 years, faster than the average for all other occupations. Even entry-level IT jobs allow both college graduates and non-graduates to make a good income quickly. Such jobs include website design, digital marketing, cyber security, tech support, and network administration.

For veterans, accumulating relative work during their career in any of these areas can give them the advantages to succeed. Military IT experience in computer hardware engineering, computer systems analysis, and computer information systems management will aid tremendously in a veteran's search for a new career in IT. This experience, and the right IT training after service, will put veterans above the rest in finding relevant, meaningful work that will allow them to grow and feel secure.

The skills are set

Veterans themselves are at an advantage from their service alone, regardless of occupation. Grit, servant leadership, and communication are three key traits that are instilled in veterans that give them the mindset needed to excel and thrive in any work environment. Employers will take note of this and hold it in high regard. In addition, the high-stress situations veterans experienced can provide the edge to overcome, adapt, and solve problems efficiently in the workplace. Soft skills that aid in IT such as organization, perseverance, teamwork, and resourcefulness are also strengthened via military service, once again putting those involved at an advantage.  Combine all of those service skills with the growing demand for  IT skills, and the sky's the limit with the right IT training...

How to get started

It is hard to go wrong when pursuing a career in IT, especially as a veteran. At  NuPaths we pride ourselves as a valuable alternative to the traditional college experience that will put those interested on the right track. An exciting aspect of NuPaths for veterans is that they don't need to commit another two or four years of their life to start a post-military career after having committed 2+ years to the military.  Instead, it can be done in as little as six months with NuPaths.  We offer IT career development in seven job roles, including tech support specialist, network technician, IT security analyst, software tester, digital marketing assistant, associate web developer, and project analyst. Our courses are designed to encourage active participation, to better engage students in learning the skills needed for IT work in the real world.

If you are a veteran and are looking for a career direction, then there is no better time to make the jump to IT. We can help!

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