Training the Next Generation of Technology Experts | Arbor Networks

February 27, 2015
http://www.arbornetworks.com/services/educational-services?utm_source=youtube&utm_medium=description&utm_term=pixability&utm_campaign=trainingnextgen What does the future of technology education look like and what does that mean for companies hiring for technical roles? Arbor Networks’ Dan Holden believes that we can expect a change in how new generations gain expertise and the specialized skill sets needed to succeed in technical jobs. With college costs increasing every year and a huge demand for qualified candidates in the tech field, Holden believes many students will question how much schooling they actually need to qualify for a specific role. The industry may see an increase in young professionals coming from specialized programs that focus solely on applicable job related skills, similar to what one would expect from a vocational program. While the elite in the industry have mostly built on their education through experience, the future may be more about the skills needed in the moment. It is likely that on the job training will become more prevalent due to the massive shortage in qualified candidates for technology roles. This has already become a trend for organizations that seek to support specialized technology internally. Click the link above to learn more about how Arbor Networks can help your organization maintain a reliable and secure network infrastructure.
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