A new study reveals that by 2020, more than 100 million people around the world will shop in augmented reality.
Yes, that’s a third of America.
Sound scary? Consider this:
In about two years, company executives will be turning to artificial intelligence to take on menial, repetitive tasks like scheduling, paperwork, and timesheets.
What’s that mean for you?
Well, if you’re just graduating college, it means you’d better embrace the technology wave before it’s too late. And if you’ve been out of school for a bit, it may mean its time to hit the books- er… computers- in earnest again.
Luckily, here at Sterling Staff, we integrate cutting-edge technology training with all of our apprentice positions. With frequent lessons on One Note and other Microsoft-based platforms, we’re not just preparing you to excel while you’re with us- we’re preparing you to excel anywhere.
With more and more jobs becoming less and less focused on traditional pen and paper methodologies, the simple fact of the matter is that many young people can’t afford to get stuck behind the metaphorical eight-ball when it comes to the intersection of business and tech-savviness these days. And while just about everyone knows how to work a smartphone, being able to navigate a laptop with all of its intricacies and HTML is certainly a skill that remains in high demand.
So if you’re looking for a job after school that pays the bills and prepares for you a rewarding future career, consider making a pit stop at Sterling Academy.
It will certainly make for a year you won’t regret.