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I.T. is so IT right now

I.T. is so IT right now

The latest look at the world’s most valuable brands continues to fuel the need for qualified graduates to support the vast growth of tech companies and enjoy the benefits of job potential, higher than average salaries and exciting career potential, here or world wide.

Check out the link below to see how Google and Apple lead the world in brand value, but have swopped places because of Google’s perceived ‘culture of innovation’ moving it into top place for the first time since 2010. You can read the full report here http://wallstcheatsheet.com/technology/google-unseats-apple-as-worlds-most-valuable-brand.html/

Computer Power Plus with campuses in Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch can help you move towards employment in the IT industry. We provide a wide range of NZQA IT programmes from certificate to advanced diploma level.
For more information or to book a Career Consultation with one of our helpful staff visit us online at http://www.computerpowerplus.ac.nz/request-booking-form.html.

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