Source: Adapted from CompTIA
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Right now there are almost 2,000,000 unfilled IT jobs globally in a variety of industries
*Indeed.com, March 2014
What is IT?
In the past, people relied heavily on books, pictures or word of mouth to gain knowledge and communicate. While some of this still exists today, IT (information technology), has improved our ability to access and send information. IT encompasses millions of interconnected computers, networks, and devices. It’s this digital infrastructure that allows us to design, store, transfer, and gather data 24/7.
Everything Depends On IT
All major institutions, from hospitals to recording consider IT an essential part of their operations. IT is at the heart of every major industry:banking, healthcare,entertainment,manufacturing, retail and more. In fact, despite their differences, there’s one thing they all have in common; they depend on IT.
IT Effects EverythingIT drives the way we live, learn, work, interact, and amuse ourselves. IT is what’s behind social media and other online communities where we choose our friends, colleagues, life partners, and political leaders. And it’s IT that enables mobile devices that let us stay connected.
Why Study IT?
Our digital world is expanding so rapidly that it’s creating IT job openings faster than trained people can be found to fill them.Right now there are almost 2,000,000 unfilled IT jobs There’s no better time to get into IT. *Indeed.com, March 2014