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    How Fast Can You Move?

    Technology doesn't stand still. Are you ready to join this fast-moving field?

    The modern workplace is a technological wonder. Because technology  is a part of virtually all business and government operations today, careers in this field remain in strong demand. And more specialists are needed to make sure workplace technologies can keep up with the people who use them.

    The US Government expects to see continuing job growth for people working in the computer networking and security and graphic design fields. More than one million persons will be needed to administer computer networks, systems, and databases over the next decade!

    At the same time, business and government want better ways to communicate, especially with interactive and Web-based technologies. They need designers as well as managers to ensure their systems run properly and have the latest security measures in place.

    Interested in learning more?

    Select Florida Career Colleges campuses deliver the career-focused, hands-on learning you need to enter this key part of the workforce. Graduates around the country are prepared for entry and mid-level careers in a wide variety of firms and government offices.

    Our programs in Computer Networking & Security, Computer Science, Web & New Media Design, and Information Systems provide the training you need to compete to enter these expanding fields.†

    You'll train on a full complement of tools and equipment, in environments with the industry-standard hardware and software programs,  with instructors who bring real-world experience and insights.


    †Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics, Occupational Outlook Handbook, 2011 – 2012


    Updated March 26, 2012

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