Dom Prescod came to the U.S. from his native Trinidad with dreams of working in the tech field. He’d been teaching himself how to code, but it was quickly becoming an exhausting and frustrating experience.

“The chances of getting a career through self-taught means was bleak,” he says. So he turned to General Assembly, a tech skills boot camp with locations all over the world, as a way to make a career change and learn the digital skills he needed in order to secure a brighter future.

For people like Dom, who strive to have a job that can shift with the times, learning digital skills are a big part of adapting to the future. …

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