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A Growing Industry
Diverse, dynamic and fast-paced, the technology sector– From more traditional roles in coding and programming, to ones you might not think are technology-related at all such as jobs in communications, marketing, human resources and research development. Most companies these days have some sort of technology need. Simply put: the technology sector is BOOMING and looking for talent, NOW.
Google Career Certificates
The Google Career Certificates Scholarship Program prepare you for a new career in under six months in high-growth fields, no experience required. You’ll get professional training designed by Google and earn a credential in data analytics, IT Support, project management, and user experience design, along with the opportunity to connect with top employers that are currently hiring.
To apply contact WSRV, you can use the “have a question” link below to message help with the Google Career Certificate program or call either the Grants Pass office (541) 471-3811 or Medford office (541) 734-7533.
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Explore Technology Jobs
The following Occupation categories and Wage Ranges are generally dependent on education degree, training and experience. Higher levels of education and experience will increase competitiveness in attaining both job and higher wages.
What Technology Careers Offer
As the world becomes more and more dependent on technology, the industry continues to change and grow. Technology is no longer “just for nerds,” it could be just for you—here are some reasons to help you explore why:
Variety & Diversity
From start-ups with big futures to large, multi-national corporations with thousands of employees dotted around the globe and everything in between, the technology industry has job types, products and services, workplaces and culture fits for everyone.
The end of “office hours,” the ability to work from home wherever that may be, and office environments that encourage bean bags over cubicles, show that flexibility and technology go hand in hand.
Growth & Demand
As the global economy depends more and more on technology, technology job opportunities increase. In the years since the recession, technology jobs came back twice as fast as jobs in other sectors.
Work in technology can be very meaningful, changing the way the world works by shaping how people communicate, share information, travel, or even order a delivery pizza.