A story in the July 28, 2015 New York Times showcases non-IT workers who are changing careers and their lives by becoming Software Developers. Read the article. Then read some testimonials our students have shared. MAX Technical Training, parent of Cincy Code IT, has been helping people change careers since 2012. We have successfully transitioned […]
Women! Where do you want to go in your career? You want to make a great salary…that’s a given. But you’re probably wondering if you can make lots of money and also have that work/life balance you dream about. Is there a job out there that would enable you to earn a comfortable living, be there […]
US News has stated that Web Developer was one of the top 25 jobs in 2016. They report the following: Median Salary: $ 63,490 Expected Job Openings: 39,500 Web Developers build websites, working with software applications or writing code to get the job done. There are currently over 1 billion websites as reported by Internet […]
Danae had been working as a desktop support technician, troubleshooting cable TV hardware and software. Her position was eliminated in March 2014, and since her work had been very specialized, she was struggling to find a position utilizing those skills. Danae did not have certifications in a technical skillset, and was applying for positions in […]
Career in Software Development (check!) I switched careers smoothly and successfully. I now have a career in software development thanks to Cincy Code IT. “Perhaps the greatest outcome of the bootcamp is that I gained more confidence in my own ability… The experience I gained with the language, resources and best practices has helped me […]
Course Report Rating 4.9 out of 5.0! Our Course Report Rating is 4.9. That’s phenonenal and we aren’t shy to say so. Graduate ratings on the independent Course Report website have ranked Cincy Code IT a 4.9 out of 5.0 based on their experience in our bootcamps. We couldn’t more pleased or proud! If you, […]
Does this sound familiar? You became a nurse to have a positive impact on society and were looking for an intellectually challenging career. The idea of work flexibility and an average salary of $67,490 (2015 survey) appealed to you. Nursing had a 17% turnover rate in 2016. The term “burnout” is common among many medical […]
There was a time when your career and your life felt well mapped-out. You liked your job, you excelled at it and you rose up the ladder fast. But during the past few years something has begun to stall. You may not have received that promotion you expected. Maybe you have reached a salary cap, and no matter how hard you work you’re likely never to make more money than you’re making right now. You may be tossing around the idea of embarking upon a second career. But you’ve found that it’s not so easy to start over.
Well, you’re not alone. (more…)
If you take a quick look at the home page of the massively successful job search site CareerBuilder.com you’ll see a list of ten keywords:
These are the top words employers are using most often when they search for candidates on the site. It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to figure out that those ten keywords represent the top job openings in the United States right now.
But before we dig into the list, let’s take a look at some interesting statistics on the job market as it stands right now: (more…)
The kids are in school and you’re getting itchy. You want to start earning money again and you really miss being around other adults. But going back to your old job with all the stress and the crazy hours isn’t an option for you anymore. Plus, you earned your degree when you were in your 20’s but now at 35+ you’re afraid your old skills won’t measure up.
Sure, you can go back to school. Maybe even get your graduate degree. But wait! You’re trying to save for your kids’ college, right? How can you send yourself to college right now? And the time…with your kids’ schedule it could take years to graduate. (more…)