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Updated: 4/11/2007 11:25 am
One way technology allows businesses to operate efficiently is through computer networking. Computer networking is a procedure allowing small, mid-sized, and large businesses to enable employees located in diverse areas to access information by linking computers together through a network. For example, an office in Chicago might be able to help customers across the nation, without the customer experiencing any delays in service. With new businesses being started every day, there's a demand for technicians who know how to network computers, and how to maintain operations. You can be a part of this growing career field by being trained in up-to-the-minute technology. Technical colleges and schools offer are often a good choice for new high school graduates or people looking for a career change--age isn't important, but dedication to learning is. Training time is relatively short. Graduating from these programs usually takes less time than a traditional four-year program does. In some cases you can acquire the technical knowledge you'll need for a well paying career in just two years. You may also be glad to hear that many of these schools accept grants and loans from traditional financial aid sources. Another plus some schools offer is a flexible class schedule. In some cases, you can continue your present job and receive training during your hours off. If being a computer networking technician sounds like a rewarding career path, contact a technical or trade school near you.
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