Database technicians work with a business or client to determine their information storage needs, and then utilize database software to develop a strategy most suited to those needs. They are responsible for updating older database system with new technology as well as troubleshooting and repairing any problems that arise in a database system.
$46K - 135K
- Academic Certificate: Program completion within 2 semesters
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“We all have things we have to overcome in life. You may not be able to escape them, but you can power through them.”
Central Carolina Technical College
Originally, I didn’t have plans to go to college. I wanted to start my own business, but my father suggested maybe I should do both. I had a vague interest in technology in high school, but no clear idea of what I actually wanted to do. This is the story of how Plan B became my path forward.