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Although it may not appear to be at first glance, IT infrastructure is like any other type of infrastructure — especially when it comes to having qualified professionals to keep it running. Today’s increasingly digital business world requires teams of people with specialized knowledge of how IT works and how to keep it working. IT is so complex that it may require several types of expertise working in conjunction to keep it running smoothly. If you’re considering a career in IT, you can be sure that your skills will be in high demand across multiple market segments. Virtually every type … / Read more »
By Davina Mazaroli & Alexis Unwalla, Anheuser-Busch Diversify your skillset – common advice given to students these days. But if cross functional learning & development is a no-brainer in the classroom, why should it end once you have your diploma? To reach your peak professional potential, it’s important to find a company that actively pushes you to learn through versatile opportunities and job experiences. The U.S. Department of Education has found an 85% increase in the number of college students earning multiple majors over the last 10 years. Students are interested in broadening their knowledge during college in order to optimize … / Read more »
An article by contributor Craig Scott. When you go on a job interview, your interviewer will ask you a lot of questions. That makes sense. They’re trying to see if you’re a good fit for the position and for their company. Typically, they’ll ask you if you have any questions toward the end of the interview. You might think it makes more sense, or makes you look better, to not ask questions. But you actually should ask several specific questions. Even if they don’t ask if you have any questions, make sure you always ask a couple of these questions: … / Read more »
An article by contributor Dixie Somers. As graduation approaches, college students have a lot to do. You must prepare for finals, complete major projects like your undergraduate thesis and get ready to move on to the next phase of your life. Searching for your first job is a top priority. The reality is that many other people will be applying for each job that you are interested in. Building a network of professional contacts before you graduate will put you in a good position to land one of those jobs. With a good network in place, you may get hired even … / Read more »