I'm wondering how to transition to a career in IT. I'm an ex-submarine radioman with a wide spectrum of electronic and IT skills. I've earned my A+ which hasn't helped me get a career. I'm currently in school working towards my Security+ soon. I'm also taking some online classes from Microsoft that will lead me to a "self starter certificate" as well as teaching me some basic Python.
I live in Seattle, a tech hub, and am not sure what it takes to get going. The jobs I've seen all require degrees, experience, or both; I have neither.
I don't expect to be earning big bucks right away, but a decent career where I can learn and grow would be awesome.
How do I get going? Where are the entry level jobs? Thanks!
Having such good knowledge is make your entry easier in IT field. There are more scope in IT industries and its upon you how much you can learn and apply in field.
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It specialists are now in great demand. I hope you can find a company that needs your knowledge.
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Yes I do! What can you offer to me?