Sheridan IT Grads Get Jobs
Companies are beginning to ramp up investment in technology and IT professionals, according to industry experts.For Immediate Release: October 7, 2009
According to an article in today's National Post, IT grads are once again in high demand - especially those who offer a blend of technical skills and business knowledge, like graduates of Sheridan's Bachelor of Applied Information Sciences - Information Systems Security program. (Pictured: Joshua McDougall)
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