Careers advice - IT job working from home - best qualifications
Anastasia2013 1 year ago
I graduated in BSc Computer Science in July 2005 (result: pass) in London. I have ten good GCSE's and got a Grade A in GCSE IT. Since then I have worked as a Document Controller (non-IT job). I would like to move jobs and get an IT job working from home. Can anyone suggest the best professional IT courses out there that would help me find a job working from home and which area of IT that I am most likely to find employment working from home. I was thinking of doing CCNA or ISEB Software Testing but I have no idea which area would help me find a permemant work from home job in IT.
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