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Main Connect News IT Careers Are in Demand for the Future

IT Careers Are in Demand for the Future

Friday, October 8, 2021

Did you know that 70% of businesses struggle to find skilled talent in IT, so most recruit outside of Canada? According to Tech Bomb, 79% of companies claim that the pandemic has drastically changed how businesses operate, and they need more IT employees. The lack of skilled workers in the sector has led many businesses to look outside of Canada to recruit skilled employees.

 

Key In-Demand Positions

 

The majority of the fields struggling to find IT employees include operations and logistics, and sales and marketing.

 

"The pandemic clearly provided a catalyst for many businesses to accelerate their digital strategies, but implementing these strategies is becoming more difficult, as the competition for digitally skilled talents is accelerating globally," says Armughan Ahmad, President and Managing Partner, Digital at KPMG.

 

“To address this, companies are looking inward for solutions, and upskilling their existing workforce to become more digitally focused. They’re also starting to recognize micro-credentials to help expedite the upskilling of their employees," Ahmad adds.

 

Program Offerings

 

Whether you want to work as a help desk troubleshooter for a large company or try network systems administration at a small start-up, Vancouver Career College offers hands-on diploma training programs that equip graduates to enter the workforce. We offer the Cybersecurity Specialist program and the Network Systems Administrator program.

 

Gain increased knowledge on computer systems, the internet, and connected technologies in the Cybersecurity Specialist program. The 76-week diploma program includes a six-week practicum where you will learn how to plan, implement, administer, support, and secure networked computer systems.

 

Dive into the exciting information and technology industry in the Network Systems Administrator program. The 56-week diploma program helps you prepare for industry certifications in Computing Technology Industry Association (CompTIA) A+, Net+, and Cisco Certified Network Associate(CCNA).

 

Are you ready to join an in-demand workforce? Fill out the request info form to learn more about launching your career with an education from Vancouver Career College.

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