IT Job Expert Stephen Van Vreede Says Adding Certifications Doesn’t Guarantee Better Job Prospect

CEO of ITtechExec Stephen Van Vreede explains why workers must take a reality check before loading up on certifications in lieu of strengthening their professional experience.

PRLogJan. 13, 2015ROCHESTER, N.Y.Stephen Van Vreede, CEO of ITtechExec,published a new article titled “How Many Certifications Do You Really Need?” In the article, he weighs the benefits and repercussions of padding resumes with certifications, advising job seekers to first fully assess whether they are necessary.

Van Vreede says, “Of course, showing off your skills and education is a good thing — but so is real-world work experience. It’s easy to get caught in a cycle of certification-collecting rather than working towards the skills that will actually move your professional life where you want it to go. And because you don’t have infinite time, you need to prioritize the ways you develop professionally.”

Stephen Van Vreede is a personal brand strategist, certified resume writer, job search agent, and the CEO and owner of ITtechExec. Stephen has 10 years of experience in employment strategy and 8 years of corporate management experience. He holds an M.B.A. in Marketing from Villanova University.

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About ITtechExec:

ITtechExec is a new kind of full-service employment agency that combines resume writing, portfolio building, and job search solutions to launch extraordinary tech careers in the 21st century job market. CEO and Executive Solutions Guide Stephen Van Vreede created ITtechExec in 2001, using his background of personal branding and corporate management to create a multi-pronged approach that gets results. ITtechExec serves as the job seeker and career changer’s trusted adviser, helping them make the best of the careers they’ve built and guiding them into the professional futures they desire.

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