This may be the most useful 8-page booklet you will read about Resume Writing, Job Hunting and Interview Techniques.
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Median Salary for Computer Networking Professionals was $62,130 in May 2006 according to Department of Labor. This is a big amount considering you do not need a college degree to become a Network Engineer. All you need is computer aptitude (and about one year training.) To check your computer aptitude, please visit www.computeraptitude.com.
During an interview, it is important to know how to verbally communicate your knowledge and skills by answering questions about yourself and asking the right questions. We teach students how to describe themselves with ease through role plays and coaching. Students fine tune their skills during a technical mock interview to make sure they can express all their abilities on [...]
Since 1991, PC AGE has been helping companies hire qualified and certified IT candidates free of charge. That is one of the reasons why so many recruiters/employers contact us first when they need to fill an IT job. Another reason is because they can depend on our Career Services Staff to provide prequalified candidates quickly. PC AGE values its employers [...]
PC AGE is a technical training school and by law cannot guarantee job placement
A resume and cover letter needs to reflect your personality and professional strengths. It must emphasize your technical skills as well as your unique "transferable skills." Our career services staff has the experience to help students develop the kind of resumes and online professional image that will help generate interviews.
Since many jobs are not advertised, students are taught how to find IT opportunities using multiple resources simultaneously, including online and social media tools to help them get noticed by employers and bring unadvertised jobs to them.