How hard is it for someone with a non-tech degree pursue a career in IT?
jack12 2 years ago
I have a relative that has a B.S. in Anthropology, but she is essentially self-taught when it comes to computers/tech/programming/IT. She has built a number of PCs and has a working knowledge of Linux programming and web design. What would be a good path for her to move into IT? How much of a drawback is her bachelor's degree for an IT career?
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