According to a recent article in nerdwallet, “The average college graduate with a bachelor’s degree left school with $28,446 in student debt in 2016, according to data from the Institute for College Access & Success. There are 44.5 million student loan borrowers in the U.S., and they owe a collective $1.5 trillion as of March […]
MAX Cincy Code IT Software Developer Bootcamp Sets Up Former Military for Success. Daniel Loughry had no shortage of leadership experience. After enlisting in the United States Army and serving four tours of duty- two in Iraq and two in Afghanistan- he had worked his way up to the advanced rank of Sergeant […]
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. As Tech Booms, Workers Turn to Coding for Career Change MAX Technical Training, parent of Cincy Code IT, has been […]
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…)