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How are certifications impacting employment in IT industry?
2017 is going to be the year of career leaps – so pull up your socks today! Almost every single survey and research carried out in 2015 and 2016 point out to the one important career development aspect that outshines all others – Professional Credentials, Capability Validation, Certification, call them what you will; they are what will set you apart from the herd, no matter what your profession.

Cloud, mobile and big data have, together, changed the very fabric of conventional IT services and software development. Even as the global IT industry reinvents itself to come to terms with new digital realities, thousands of old IT and tech jobs around the world face imminent extinction, in turn, rest assured, birthing many new ones. For techies already in their coveted IT jobs and for those on the verge of starting their careers, 2017 has to be the year of reinventing their knowledge, skills and qualifications and bracing up for the new job-world, demarcated by the USD 4.0 trillion (yes, trillion) cloud computing and big data analytics market. How exciting does the tech-world get in year just around the corner, and how should you prepare for it?

Download this FREE CredForce factsheet, your must-have guide to the global IT industry in 2017 with trends and opportunities mapped out across sectors and technology spaces.

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Among IT professionals, certification is already considered the most critical employment factor. In fact, 77% of IT professionals have acquired at least one certification in the last six months. Read more such facts here: FACTSHEET: The CredForce 2017 Tech-Trends & Predictions | CredForce
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