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With millions of open tech jobs, education institutions of all sizes need to provide students with timely and relevant skills.
Microsoft's data team predicts 149 million new technology jobs coming to the global employment market in the next four years.
By 2030, roughly 30 - 40% of working adults (or 1 billion people) will need to find new occupations or upgrade their existing skill sets.
Accelerated learning programs are producing exceptional results. In 2020, the average starting salary for bootcamp graduates was $66k.
Upright's Career Ignition programs teach the core concepts and digital foundations necessary to master fundamental skills in high-growth subject areas. These programs can serve as a catalyst to Upright's Career Bootcamps or stand alone as introductory courses.
Upright's Career Bootcamps teach adult learners the skills they need to enter a new career in tech. The purpose of these courses is to take students from beginner to employable. Career Bootcamps include Career Services and access to Upright's Employer Network.
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