How to Start Your Dream Career in Tech in 7 Steps (with Susan Clark)

25 July 2023 5:00 pm Online Career Change , Data Analytics , Digital Marketing , Product Management , UI Design , UX Design
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So you’re considering a career in tech and weighing up all of your options.

Should you become a web developer or a data analyst? Perhaps UI or UX design would be a better fit? How about the ever-growing fields of digital marketing or product management?

When it comes to the tech industry, there are many different paths you can follow.

In this recording of a CareerFoundry live event, Susan Clark, a Senior Career Specialist, will be walking you through the following 7 steps to kickstart your journey in the tech industry:

– Determine what is the best fit for you
– Develop an actionable plan
– Obtain education in this field
– Practice your skills
– Develop your portfolio
– Network
– Apply for your dream job in tech

The tech industry is one of the most sought-after and fastest-growing industries today.

If you’re looking at how to get into tech with little or no experience, you’ll need to prepare yourself to stand out from the competition.

While there are no hard and fast rules in terms of how to get into tech, the tips we’ve shared will help you develop a well-rounded understanding of the industry and demonstrate your tech knowledge to potential employers.

For a detailed guide on tech jobs in 2023, we recommend giving this article a read.

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Susan Clark

Career Coach

Susan is an international career coach that focuses on confidence building and empowering others to achieve their professional objectives. She’s helped hundreds of people step into their power and successfully change their careers. Culturally competent, Susan has lived in 4 countries and has worked with over 25+ different nationalities. She specialises in coaching career changers and helping immigrants adjust to their local job markets. Susan is based in Europe and lives with her two cats.