A friend of mine said, “I’ve visited your websites, viewed your articles, and took a look at your background.” It’s apparent to me; you do not have a background in Information Technology (Computer Science) or Business Intelligence as a field of study acknowledging Computer Science. Does one have to have a background in IT or BI to qualify as a professional in the industry, or does it take a simple interest?
About a week ago, I was contacted, recruited, and enrolled in a four-year college program. The recruiter was adept at what she was doing, and I went along with the schedule as presented. I continually asked, “How am I going tocourses?”
When the education loan designed for students to enroll in a given college. I explained to the administrator that I am without money, have no wish to establish a loan (for anything),process, it came down to dollars and cents. The financial aid person finally contacted me, assuming that I was a prime candidate for the ‘Stafford Loan!’ This is a general
unemployed, and not to mention…my age is also a factor. With the ability to complete the required studies, I would be done in less than a year. I have three years of accredited college courses with an Associate Degree. I estimated that I would be paying off a student loan for more than a few years if I landed a job. I will soon be sixty years of age. Burdened with an educational loan that would probably be on my plate well after
I’m sixty-five, I asked the recruiter and financial aid worker, “Do you really believe that I would take out a loan for an extravagant amount of money in the hopes that I would get hired…at my age?” Even if I were to start up a new business, a loan would be a bit risky…improbable. It would have been a good thing if
I was able to get back into the classroom. Whatever happened to the H1-B Program, The NAFTA Treaty, or the “Financial Hardship” Claus with the “Obama Letter” and/or ex-workers that are forced into the utilization/awarding of UC Benefits?