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Are you an undergraduate or a fresh graduate who is looking to go into the Information Technology world? Or are currently unhappy with your situation or simply want to try something new, consider a career in IT. Well, the world of IT is big enough to accommodate us all. Information technology is the study, design, development, implementation, support, or management of computer-based information systems most especially software applications and computer hardware. Basically, IT workers help ensure that computers work well for people. As our world becomes increasingly digitized, the need for IT workers will only continue to grow. If you have plateaued in your current career or are not excited about the opportunities, consider IT.

In view of this, Delon jobs, the #1 IT recruitment firm in Nigeria, will be starting a monthly IT training most especially for beginners in the month of June. We have realized that a lot of young minds are interested in entering the IT world however they need help learning the technical skills required and Delon Jobs is ready to teach you these skills for free. In fact, this package also include free job application tips. How to write amazing CVs, important keywords that should be in your CV etc. All you need to do is to register for this online training and then join us on our YouTube channel. In case you are wondering why you should join the online class, there are several reasons I have provided below.

Information Technology is not all math and science contrary to popular opinion. Your success in IT is not dependent on how good you are with your math studies or the grades you got. IT professionals need a balanced skillset that includes soft skills like communication, project management and problem solving. While technical skills are not only important, but they can also be learned more easily than a strong work ethic, a natural curiosity, and the ability to work well with others. If you have the dedication and motivation to learn, succeed and strive for improvement, you can learn hardware, cybersecurity, coding, or whatever technical skills are needed for your dream job.

Almost every company, from a recruitment firm to an online market, the biggest manufacturing firm, or even to the smallest “chika and son’s” store, need information technology workers to keep their businesses running smoothly, according to industry experts. You do not even need to change careers before learning IT, you can learn IT to improve your performance in your present career thereby creating  ways to be productive at your work place. The world of IT has developed so well that you can use it for almost anything. Not only that, with the right set of skills you have endless job opportunities in IT. Most IT jobs fall into four broad categories and they are: computer scientists, computer engineers, systems analysts, and computer programmers.

Since the IT industry is a dynamic, industry, and the ability to adapt is key to success in almost every type of technology job, you will always be challenged. If there is one thing that is certain, it is the fact that technology will always change and advance, which means your job would never be boring. Chances are slim to none that you will be doing the same thing day-in and day-out for years as technology companies encourage creativity at work. As an IT professional, you will be expected to keep up with industry changes and new technology, which translates to few dull moments at work. If you love learning, being on top of your game or, you like to be kept on your toes and always up for a challenge, then an IT job may be exactly right for you.

Another fun fact is that IT spans across different industries, and IT job opportunities are numerous in the private, public and nonprofit sectors. Nonprofits organizations, health care organizations and universities all need smart people to join their IT teams. With the right technical skills, you can choose your own adventure, and work in a field that fuels your passion. And you will get the opportunity to pick where you will make your mark. With IT, you can make life easier for yourself and even other. Whether you are working tech support to solve everyday challenges or developing solutions behind the scenes, a big part of your career will involve making other people’s lives easier with your specialized knowledge. You will work together with others to understand how technology can help them. Your ability to demonstrate value at work, solve problems and solve them in creative ways will help them do their jobs better and help your organization to succeed. This translates to a rewarding career, one that you leave every day with the satisfaction that you did some good, either in the lives or your colleagues, or in some corner of the world

There is no job with zero stress however, technology companies are known for working smarter, not harder and offer perks ranging from nap rooms and on-site barber shops to free food, nap rooms and stress relief, like ping pong tables. A growing number of IT jobs offer extras that will make your time at work more enjoyable and ultimately improve your work–life balance. I once read a CV and I discovered the candidate developed an app to order food from the company canteen because he felt going down to the canteen was too stressful. How easier can life be? Many IT careers boast a standard work week, with plenty of time off for vacations, illness and holidays. Others allow you to work remotely. Some allow for flexible schedules that compensate you on a project-by-project basis. No matter where you land in IT, you will probably have a pretty great work–life balance, which means less stress, more time with loved ones and a better quality of life overall.

Finally, moving up the ladder in IT is a definite possibility. If you start out in an entry-level position in an IT department, putting in lots of smart work, creativity and dedication into your work while proving your skills could lead to managing the whole department one day. Likewise, many junior developers become senior developers after they put a few years in. Since your job will constantly require you to learn and keep up with new technology, the more time you spend in the field, the more skills and knowledge you will most likely pick up. Then you will be an even more valuable asset to employers, and opportunities for promotions will abound. So, If you feel stuck in your current position with no chances for advancement, IT may be the perfect avenue for you to pursue.

What are you waiting for? Join the train to the world of IT. Join our free online IT training and grow your Technological skills.