I have been in business development / sales side of the Financial Services Industry for the past 15 years.
I have worked as a VP for several Fortune 500 companies.
Due to the market downturn and layoffs, I find myself looking to other industries for stability.
I want to get into Software / Network Sales and wanted to know what is the best way for me to break into the Information Technology industry
Should I get A+ certified, get a masters in I.T.?
This question was submitted by Anoush from Glendale, California … Hello, I am a 55 years old female, I have done mainframe programming for more than 25 years before and I was very good in that.
However i have left my job for 10 years now helping my husband in accounting firm.
Do I have a chance to be hired if I learn .NET and create a software?
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