Plan a career in technology with My IT Path from CompTIA

Free resource from leading technology industry association features comprehensive information on in-demand employment opportunities 

Sydney  Step-by-step guidance on planning a career in information technology (IT) is available via a new free resource from CompTIA, the leading trade association for the global IT industry. 

My IT Path delivers an interactivepersonalised experience for anyone interested in learning about careers in the IT field. 

Ryan Blankenship, vice president for content and learning at CompTIA, said, Students who are beginning their career considerations; seasoned tech professionals looking to take the next step up; workers in other industries looking to make a career change; members of the armed forces planning to return to the civilian workforce; and anyone else with an interest in technology jobs can explore their options by visiting My IT Path.”    

The site features comprehensive information for five IT occupation categoriessupportnetworkingcybersecuritydata and software and web development. Each category includes a description of specific job rolesVisitors can explore the occupations at the beginnerintermediate and advanced career levels, including details on skill requirements, median salaries and the availability of jobs and relevant professional certifications. 

Ryan Blankenship said, “We built this career road map to help demystify how to get into IT. There are immediate openings for entry-level positions that often have above-average starting salaries and real opportunities for long-term career growth.” 

The demand for IT professionals remains strong in many markets around the world in the tech sector and in other industries, such as financial services, manufacturing, healthcare, government, education and retail. 

Ryan Blankenship said, Careers in IT should be particularly attractive to young people having second thoughts about the cost of a four-year university education and the post-graduation student loan debtUnlike other industries entry-level IT jobs do not require university degreeMany companies have openly stated that skills and abilities are what really matter. IT certifications, such as those offered by CompTIA, are a proven and economical way to validate skills.” 

To learn more about IT career options and how CompTIA can help get you started visit 


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The Computing Technology Industry Association (CompTIA) is a leading voice and advocate for the $5.2 trillion global information technology ecosystem; and the estimated 75 million industry and tech professionals who design, implement, manage, and safeguard the technology that powers the world’s economy. Through education, training, certifications, advocacy, philanthropy, and market research, CompTIA is the hub for advancing the tech industry and its workforce. Visit to learn more.