Briefly explain how the IT certification works. What business arenas are IT certifications required, i.e., security, or what technical problem(s) is IT certification designed to solve? Identify the limitations--is IT certification a complete solution? Does it create any new problems? What are the prospects for success in the marketplace?
Do IT folks use certifications to make hiring decisions?
What business arenas are IT certifications required, i.e., security, or what technical problem(s) is IT certification designed to solve?
IT certifications are required in a wide range of business areas, such as Networking, Database, security, systems, crm, supply chain management, computer hardware, etc.
They are designed to solve all sorts of IT related issues that occur during the usage of IT software and hardware in business organizations.
Does it create any new problems?
I do not think that it creates any new problems. Rather, it ensures that professionals in different IT fields gain a minimum level of knowledge.
Identify the limitations--is IT certification a complete solution?
One cannot say for sure that IT ...
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Chi-Square Test for Independence of Gender and Backround
For the data in the spreadsheet, perform chi-square tests for independence to determine if certification is independent of gender, and if certification is independent of having prior industry background.View Full Posting Details