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Old 12-18-2014, 04:22 PM   #1
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Hi there, I've been disabled for years now but would like to get a degree and work as much as possible in the IT field. I would need to telecommute and work part-time at most. I'm esp. interested in App/Software Development and Social Media/Marketing, but open to others. I'm currently in school going towards an Associates (just doing Gen Ed credits right now) and trying to decide my best field option to pursue that can give the flexibility I need. I know I'll likely need a BA and that's fine. Thanks for any info!
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