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Almost every industry under the sun includes job opportunities that rely on a student's education at one of the nation's many technology schools. As the workplace becomes more computerized, those job opportunities increase.

Many technology schools focus entirely on the education and skills a student would need to secure a job in the computer or information technology (IT) industries. The number of jobs in IT is growing at a faster pace than most other industries due to the growing number of businesses large and small that are computerizing their operations.

The IT industry is so wide spread that the range of jobs within this field is numerous, with some jobs requiring more education than others. Technology schools offer classes that deliver various levels of education, a situation that makes attendance a wise investment of time for many students.

A two-year associates degree program is usually the highest level of education offered at technology schools. These associates' degrees are offered in many fields of study, including but not limited to IT and computer-related study programs.

Most technology schools offer certification programs, too, that don't often require two full years of study. Depending upon what subject is being studied, certification programs can be completed in as short a time as a few months.

Of course, many students of technology schools grow to love their line of work and want to continue their educations with a four-year baccalaureate degree after the two-year associates degree is earned. Many colleges and universities accept those tech school associates degrees as transfer credits. Transferring as many credits as possible means fewer university classes will be required to graduate there.

Technology schools typically provide many ways to help a student find work while they are learning, too. This fast track to employment is a big advantage, especially when the job market is as competitive as it is right now.

Although they don't all limit the range of studies to classes dealing with computers and the IT industry, all industries do use computers and employ well-qualified individuals to work on them and employers often turn to technology schools to find the best people to fill those jobs.

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