Best Ways to Seek Out IT Computer Support Jobs

              When starting to seek out employment as an IT Support specialist, please consider the following four topics to help you find the right best employment opportunity.  The topics include your Professional Online Persona, Networking, Job Posts and Interviewing. What is a professional online persona?  This is what defines who you are online as a professional.  When employers find potential candidates to fill positions one step that is taken is seeking out different information by searching online. How to represent yourself online as a professional.  First of all, lock down all personal accounts that may be open to the public that employers could see as a weakness.  These accounts include Instagram, Facebook and Twitter.  The next step to represent yourself online is to create a new Google account just for professional use.  For example, using your first initial and last name is a good way to go. (jsmith@gmail.com).  After creating the email you want to sign up for a Linkedin account.  This account will help  show potential employers your skills and accomplishments.  Also, Linkedin is a good way to connect with many professionals in your field.  Lastley, making a twitter account can show employers that you stay active in the IT field.  Twitter is an easy social networking tool to use to post articles, videos and connect with people.  When creating a Twitter account add a link to your Linkedin account, this will make it easier for employers to find you. Networking is all about building relationships and the easiest way to expand your network is to build on the relationships you have...

Prepare and Get Certified for Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) in Milwaukee Area

To certify for Microsoft Office Specialist is a step in a person’s life that could help earn an entry-level business position and an increase in salary. In order to get certified you need to make a plan and a strategy to help you stay on track and minimize the time and effort on this journey as much as possible. First, after you recognized the need for getting certified you need to get familiar with the exam, although it comes at the end. The best way to start the search is to look up the exam objectives and content, and since it is a Microsoft’s product you should hit their website first: https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/learning/microsoft-office-specialist-certification-2016.aspx . Here you can chose whether to take MS Office 2016, MS Office 2013, MS Office 2010, or 2007 MS Office System exams. What would be the best choice depends on the job you are aiming to. Also, you will notice that you can take the exam either for only one or more Microsoft Office applications like MS Word, MS Excel, MS PowerPoint, and MS Access and so on. After you decide which exams you want to take look for available study resources online, at your educational institution if you are a student, and check the public library. There are books for MOS certification on Amazon for about $22, Testout’s online course for about $110 for the MS suite which is good for 18 months if you are a college student, or $79 a month if you are not a student. Microsoft also offers online and on-demand training. Find some time to read other people’s experiences and...
2017-2018 Best Computer Schools and Information Technology Degree and Diploma programs in Milwaukee Area

2017-2018 Best Computer Schools and Information Technology Degree and Diploma programs in Milwaukee Area

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How to Negotiate Salary and Benefits for IT Computer Support Job

  The salary and benefit negotiation of a new job offer can be intimidating. It can feel like a confrontation or argument. That is not the case in the professional market. These things should be considered obligatory, but important. A hiring company should be expecting a possible refusal of an offer and a possible counter offer. In a case where the hiring manager has an issue with this, that job might be a good one to pass on. Here are some tips for staying professional in the salary negotiation and keeping both parties happy. Know What the Salary Should Be You don’t want to begin the salary negotiation without knowing what the salary should be. Part of knowing what the salary should be is knowing your own worth in the job market regarding the position applied for. Take inventory of your experience, education, and accomplishments. These three things will help measure what the salary should be. Keep in mind that you may want to use this information to effectively sell yourself to the prospective employer. If you only meet the job requirements and not exceed them, you might still have an opportunity to present value in your traits while making a counter offer. How to Find Salary Expectations You shouldn’t have to look past your monitor for this information. During your job search, you should be keeping record of the advertised wage ranges for the positions that you’re interested in. How do those figures relate to the offer that you receive? That could be data you can present when you make a counter offer. Using data in the salary...