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Will you need new skills in the long run?

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Tyler’s Answer

Yes. You will need to keep up on technologies and code requirements, as well as constant improvement in how to perform more efficiently. Recertification of skills and classes on new requirements will be required.
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Aida’s Answer

That’s a great question. My answer is “yes” always no matter what industry you are currently working at.

Let’s use restaurant business as example. 20 years ago, waiter/waitress took an order with paper notebook. 10 years ago, they needed to enter their order in computer. 5 years ago, they would have to type their order into IPad. You may think it is a simple job, but in reality, they need to learn those new tools and software as well. Technology improvement has inevitably affected every corner of our life. If you want to keep yourself competitive in your industry, you would have to keep learn new skills.
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Jibril’s Answer

Hey Isaac - it never hurts to keep acquiring skills. The phrase "you learn something new everyday" came to mind when I read your question. Personally, I really do try to learn something new. Whether that means learning about a new topics of interest, how to change a lightbulb, or simply a new way to make a smoothie; there are a ton of ways you can learn something new and develop new skills. I'd encourage you to be inquisitive and find new things that excite you. It will help you open up paths to things you may never have known you were interested in!
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