Barbara Davies, adjunct instructor at DeVry University’s Keller Graduate School of Management, explains why the job market for accounting is growing and tells you what to expect for the future.
According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, accountants, auditors, financial bookkeepers and clerks rank among the top 25 occupations in the nation – and the employment of accountants and auditors is expected to grow 16 percent by 2020.
As technology continues to impact our lives, workers in today’s ever-changing labor market need to be prepared for emerging careers. Here, futurist Daniel Burras highlights technologies that will continue to transform present and future careers.
Watch as these experts discuss cyber crime in our country and what individuals and corporations can do about it. And learn about an exciting career field that’s generating opportunities for well-trained professionals ready to be heroes.
The Class of 2013 will enter emerging career fields, managing the technologies that drive advanced hospital settings, leading development of the next cloud-based application and protecting companies and consumers from cyber and financial fraud alike.
Learn more about bioprinting and other exciting new technologies which are creating a demand for skilled technicians and biologists.
Watch Cisco technology expert, Justin Walther explain the importance of Cyber Security during the Olympics.
Jobs will be put into two categories thanks to the pervasiveness of technology: those where people tell computers what to do, and those where the computers are telling people what to do.
More people are using cloud computing to store, access and share their digital data. See how this creates a need for more cloud computing experts.
Hoping to bank a little more on payday? You might want to consider developing some IT skills. Studies show that these skills are what employers are looking for in 2013, especially as more companies are expecting to hire tech professionals in the coming year.
As technology careers continue to grow throughout the U.S., employers could face a shortage of qualified workers. Here are some key facts you should know about tomorrow’s careers.
The sky is the limit for cloud computing as it continues to drive job growth – garnering interest from Main Street, Wall Street, corporations and governments. Spending on cloud services is predicted to generate nearly 14 million jobs worldwide by 2015.