Hey everyone, im starting at ground zero here. Im 30 and im working a dead end job that really isnt helping my resume much. Im thinking about possibly switching careers and was looking into cyber security as i see that as a highly wanted job in the future. A problem of mine is that i already have a Bachelors degree (which is completely useless) in an unrelated field. Im still paying off my student loans from that and i dont think i have the time or money to go back to a standard university to get a degree in a computer related field. I did however look into my local technical college and saw they offer a 750 hour course for an affordable price range. It looks like after it is all said and done i will obtain a Sec+ certificate.
So here’s my question. Is this course likely to get me a job in the field or is it going to be like the issue i ran into with my Bachelors degree of “nice degree kid, but where is your years of experience”?