Diversifying the Digital MarketplaceApr 28, 2021
Many of the best jobs in America, and here in the Charleston region – the most secure, most in-demand, and highest paying – are in the tech field. Generally, they require education heavy in science, technology, engineering, and/or math – STEM.
The Job Market of the FutureApr 8, 2021
The implications for the workforce in the Lowcountry could be significant, particularly in light of efforts to diversify the job market here.
Enjoying the Benefits of Technology at Trident TechSep 23, 2020
As you might imagine, moving an entire graduate center across town for geographic centralization is a mammoth undertaking under any circumstances. In the midst of a pandemic that is revolutionizing the way educational services are delivered, it was a prescription for chaos.
Jobs Await New Coding Course GradsMar 18, 2020
We hear all the time about the need for tech talent all over the country and here in Charleston as the local tech sector blossoms. Right now, website developers with coding skills and no experience can walk into $60,000 entry-level positions with dozens of area tech companies.
SCTechEdMar 9, 2020
The technology industry in the Lowcountry has created a resource in Charleston Open Source to attract skilled workers in the field.
Recruiting Tech Talent to the Charleston AreaNov 12, 2019
Did you know that Charleston’s burgeoning tech sector now comprises 600 companies, with jobs paying more than twice the regional average? In a community known for tourism and manufacturing, the area is increasingly becoming a tech hub.
The Tech Boom in Charleston Requires Educational ResponseJul 30, 2019
At the turn of the 21st century, 17 tech firms dotted the Charleston business community. Now, there are two tech centers and hundreds of startups within the Charleston Digital Corridor.
How LGC’s Fulltime IT Expert Makes Learning BetterJun 19, 2019
Generally speaking, today’s college classrooms are pretty tricked-out with technology. The days of blackboards and overhead projectors are gone, replaced by “smart” boards and screens, and computers to play videos and surf the Internet. It makes teaching and learning easier, but as with any new technology, if anything goes wrong, it can really hamstring the…
The News About Cell Phones is Worse Than You ThoughtMar 19, 2019
As of 2015, 91 percent of American adults and 60 percent of teens owned a cell phone. The average person spends two-and-a-half hours a day using their phone and 80% of us check our phones within 15 minutes of waking.