Preparation for IT consulting careers calls for more than just tech

08/27/2009 | Certification Magazine

Surviving as an IT consultant in this economy involves a range of technical and nontechnical skills, including customer service, communications and business planning. According to independent IT security consultant Ken Conquest, skills learned in high school -- such as math, science, marketing and accounting -- are important to succeed in the field.

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