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Tech Bootcamps Will Help Colleges Prepare for the Future.

by Benny Boas

The economy is changing. Automation is replacing manual jobs. Workplaces are closing offices and moving operations online. The priorities of adults seeking employment are changing, too. The biggest question on many of their minds is: should I go back to school, or should I go to a bootcamp?

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