Welcome to the second part!
So, speaking of more users online, still only a fraction of businesses are using the internet to their advantage. This presents opportunity for anyone who learns how to be the person who can help those businesses. I am using a system to do that myself, been doing it for a couple of years. I was so impressed that I wrote a blog about that website development software which teaches you to use it for your own use or to build a website for others. Mastering such tools is also a great way to prepare for the future. You can find programs such as these at your community college also.
Medical related 2 and 1 year programs are also widely available at community colleges. Technology has made it possible for so many break off specialties in medical field that you need to do a little research depending on what you want to do. For instance travel, work in your community or go to a specific area of the country. Alternatively, there may be a type of work you like over another. Explore the different courses your community college has to offer.
One of the fastest growing needs in the medical field are Diagnostic Medical Sonographer. Ever heard of it? Maybe not, but that’s my point. Research what is available. It’s a specialize career in high demand with upper level training at 4 years but entry level job certification starts with training that can be done in 2 years or less and median salary in the field is $60,000.
So, if you’re unemployed, don’t assume there is nothing at the community college that you will find appealing to you. What I mentioned is a fraction of what I saw offered that appealed to me. I saw too much that I wanted to take actually that was more computer related.
Just thought I would pass this along in case you were initially not interested in Training for a Career at your local community college. It is some of the most bang you can get for your buck.
In Greensboro NC, GTCC has really impressed me with it’s offerings.