In 2001, Steven Spielberg’s film A.I. Artificial Intelligence seemed so futuristic and not a possibility in our lifetimes. Times have changed, and AI has forged its way into a multitude of industries – even accounting. Components of AI – including machine learning, deep learning, machine reasoning and natural language processing – are impacting accounting in many ways.

What AI (artificial intelligence) is

AI allows machines (bots) to learn from experience, interpret information, make adjustments and apply what they “know” to perform humanlike tasks.

  • Machine learning gives computers the ability to recognize and apply patterns to develop algorithms that they can then fine-tune based on feedback; an example is the way Netflix can offer you suggestions of what to watch based on your viewing history.
  • Through deep learning, computers develop the ability to identify relationships and associations.
  • When machines “understand” information, they can actually “think” of the implications of that data and analyze it with machine reasoning.
  • Computers use natural language processing based on their understanding of human speech.
  • They “recognize” people, activities and objects, and “view” images with computer vision; an example is the way the iPhone X recognizes the face of its user.

How AI is used in accounting

Accountants have to sift through enormous amounts of data to do their jobs. When AI is introduced, it can eliminate some of the mundane tasks that accountants must do. For example, it can digest and analyze large volumes of data at faster-than-human speeds, interpret contracts or deeds, extract key terms and analyze them, and occasionally solve problems that couldn’t be solved before. For example, if an accounting firm is tasked with complex issues regarding billing systems of multiple clients, AI’s machine learning can rifle through the data and flag the problem accounts, even if the systems are disparate.

For compliance considerations, AI provides accountants with reliable, fast data each time they generate a report, maximizing efficiency. In terms of data categorization, AI bots can sift through information and place it into the appropriate accounts because it understands the differences in categories. Machines begin to learn to make better decisions based on human input, and they can even adapt to an accountant’s behavioral patterns.

Will AI replace accountants?

Because AI can do some of the tasks that humans normally do, some lower-level positions could be affected; however, AI will not replace accountants. In fact, employment for accountants is expected to grow 10 percent through 2026 – higher than average. AI can take on the tedious work that takes up so much time – data entry and reconciliation – and will also eliminate errors, reducing liability. With the mundane tasks handled, accountants will be free to engage in more advisory roles. They’ll be able to focus on strategy – process improvement, cost control and capital optimization – and will still have control over sensitive information.

What are the major takeaways of AI’s impact on accounting?

AI and the cloud work together to compute massive amounts of data in a very short period of time. This service streamlines operations by saving time, cutting costs, increasing productivity and providing more accurate results. Perhaps the greatest impact, however, is the change in mind-set that AI brings.

Accountants are becoming very tech-savvy and are embracing the AI tools that do the tedious work for them so they can spend their time analyzing reports, speculating on future outcomes, managing the machinery and intervening if something goes awry.

What additional skills do accountants need in a world with AI?

Companies are going to need accountants with more diverse skills. Those who are familiar with technology and are not afraid of it will be more valuable than those who shy away from it. Having a strong background in data management will be extremely helpful. Learning accounting software such as Intuit, OneUp, Sage or Xero will put them at an advantage. Other in-demand accounting technology skills include:

  • Advanced knowledge of Excel
  • ERP experience, such as SAP or Oracle
  • Microsoft Visual Basic skills
  • Knowing Hyperion for analyst and financial reporting
  • Knowledge of big data analysis

In addition to being tech-savvy, accountants should have excellent customer service skills and be good communicators.

How enrolling at MTI College of Sacramento can prepare you for an accounting career

MTI College offers an Accounting Technician diploma program that prepares you for an entry-level position in accounting and bookkeeping. You’ll learn a number of computer-based accounting applications, as well as other accounting software that businesses use every day, such as Microsoft Office.

Upon completion of the comprehensive, 36-week program, you will be able to transition directly into a professional working environment. As an accounting technician, your duties may include:

  • Calculating and recording numerical data related to business expenses and income
  • Handling money
  • Analyzing financial data
  • Preparing reports

When you’re ready to work, MTI’s job placement staff can help you find that important first job. They will assist with resume writing and offer tips on job interviews.

Contact MTI College today and take the first step toward a rewarding career in accounting.

Getting an associate degree in business administration from MTI College is an important first step to put you on the path to a versatile career in marketing, general business, human relations, management, economics or accounting. MTI’s thorough training in business administration gives you transferable skills that you can build on and grow with.

Take a look at what you can expect when you choose MTI College Sacramento to begin your career in business administration.

How and what you learn in MTI’s business administration degree program

When you have an opportunity to get hands-on experience, you learn better. That’s one of MTI’s signature training methods. Since your instructors have worked in business, they share their experiences with you and use real-world scenarios to illustrate what you may well be faced with once you enter the business workplace.

Over the course of the two-year program to earn your associate degree in business administration, you will also learn the soft skills that you can use anywhere in the business world.

During your first year of study, your business administration courses focus on general knowledge and computer skills, providing you with a solid foundation in Microsoft Office Suite products and business communications. By the end of this year, you should know how to:

  • Compose professional business letters and memos, as well as organize business documents.
  • Perform basic accounting functions, including journalizing transactions, preparing financial statements and reconciling bank statements.
  • Create and present professional-quality presentations featuring visual aids.
  • Use Microsoft Office programs, such as Word, Excel and PowerPoint, to execute, maintain and improve office operations.
  • Apply your problem-solving, customer service and interpersonal skills to real-time business situations.
  • Work both independently and as part of a team in a confident, professional manner.

Once you have successfully completed your first year, you can continue to the second year, which delves more deeply into the core business courses required for your business administration associate degree. During this final year of study, you should be able to:

  • Apply your understanding of global economic, social and environmental trends to issues in the current business environment.
  • Use your knowledge, self-awareness and critical thinking skills to demonstrate an understanding of ethical decision making.
  • Use the principles and best practices of management, human resources, finance and marketing to analyze concerns and problems, and help improve quality.
  • Complete written business administration projects by applying methods and materials of research.
  • Demonstrate behavior that reflects confidence, competence and professionalism.

Business administration program options at MTI

You have a choice of studying one of two business administration programs at MTI College:

  • Business Administration (associate degree program), which provides you with business training in general administrative skills and the principles of business management.
  • Administrative Office Professional (diploma program), which, in as little as nine months, teaches you the skills you need for an entry-level business support position as a secretary, an administrative assistant or an executive assistant.

With both program options, MTI prepares you with the hands-on training and skills you need to confidently work in business. The skills you earn are easily adaptable to any type of business, and they provide a foundation for job growth.

How MTI’s job placement services can help you get a job

Your business administration degree from MTI College gives you the flexibility to work in many areas of business, from HR to marketing to management. It never hurts to have help getting that first job.

MTI College’s Career Services Department offers free job placement assistance for current students either four weeks prior to graduation from the diploma program or within four weeks of completing the first year of the two-year associate degree program – if they are in good standing. Graduates and alumni are also eligible for help finding a job.

Since 1965, MTI has helped students find that all-important first job. These are the services that you, as a good student or MTI graduate, can take advantage of:

  • Job search tips and mock interview scenarios
  • Resources, web sites and lists of available positions
  • On-campus career fairs
  • Assistance with résumé writing
  • Coaching and support during your job search
  • Your name posted as one of MTI’s Top Grads on a list often viewed by employers

There’s no time like the present to begin your business administration training. Contact MTI today to get on the road to a desirable career.

This month’s faculty spotlight is on Anthony Funaro, instructor for MTI College’s Business Administration program. Anthony has been with MTI for four years and has a total of 12 years teaching in higher education. Anthony has won the Instructor of the Year award from MTI College in both 2014 and 2015. With areas of expertise in both business and teaching, Anthony has quite a diverse background. Growing up in Iowa, he started his education at Iowa State University. Then he admirably became a Marine for six years, in which time he rose four ranks and eventually left as an E-5 Sergeant. He completed both his bachelor’s degree in business administration and his master’s degree in organization management from the University of Phoenix. In that time, he was transferred to Maui for work and lived in Hawaii for 22 years, before moving in 2002 to California, where he currently resides.

Anthony spent much of his career working with the U.S. Postal Service in capacity-based planning. In this role he would go from post office to post office to improve operations. He also taught at the postal center, training new employees who wanted to get promoted to supervisor, and he would implement ongoing training for people working as carriers and clerks. As part of these responsibilities, one of Anthony’s main points of focus was to develop employees. “When I am a leader, I work with the employees and listen to their feedback,” he said, and explained that including employees in the process, as well as getting their feedback and opinions, respecting their skills and truly supporting them, helps them buy into the overall process. In addition, Anthony had his own lucrative property preservation company. However, when the housing market crashed, business started slowing down, eventually leading him to sell his company in 2010. Anthony, who is an incredibly upbeat, motivating and positive person, utilized this newfound time to buy an RV with his wife and travel the country. Around this time his daughter became pregnant as well, so he was able to enjoy some well-deserved family time.

After some relaxation and adventure, Anthony obtained a position at Blue Diamond Growers in its Office Services Department as an office services manager, a position he still holds today. Anthony continues to work full time throughout the day and then teaches general education and business courses at MTI at night. Teaching while working allows Anthony to stay abreast of what is happening in the business field and directly relate his experience in the classroom. When asked what a current hot topic in the business field is, with no hesitation Anthony replied, “development.” He explained further that you really have to look at people – what they have, what their hidden talents are and how you can pull those skills and talents out. Anthony is a firm believer in listening to your employees’ ideas, helping to implement them and giving them proper credit. When it is a collaborative, team effort, everyone is more likely to buy into the necessary processes. You also have to make sure your employees have the tools and resources to be successful, a theory he also applies to his students. “My passion is helping people. I love helping people,” Anthony said.

Anthony teaches general education classes and business classes as part of the Associate in Business Administration degree at MTI. His current course load includes the study of principles of management, introduction to business, economics, environmental science, small business administration, entrepreneurship, career preparation and strategic management, which is the capstone course. The career preparation course is one that is relatively new, but something Anthony is incredibly excited to teach. From his years of experience, he would notice students got to their capstone class and became uneasy and unsure about what they wanted to do, or should do next. With the career preparation course, Anthony is able to help them create resumes, understand professionalism and explore educational and job opportunities once they graduate from MTI. Whereas the capstone course is at the end of the program, the career preparation course is toward the beginning. “I want to make sure it is stressed at the front instead of the end of the program,” Anthony explained. Being a proactive instructor, Anthony wants to make sure all questions are answered before the end and that he is able to help guide his students in the best way possible.

The day of Anthony’s interview was also an MTI graduation day, an event he had been looking forward to attending all week. When asked what he is most proud of in his career, he did not mention any of his own personal successes, but instead replied, “When I see my students graduate and get their diploma. Helping students succeed and watching their faces when they graduate.” It does not take long to understand how truly passionate he is about teaching his students. Words of wisdom he wants to share with both prospective and current students would be that “you just have to have an open mind and be able to change. Technology is changing. The environment is changing.” He also explained how important diversity is. “There is a full spectrum of various people you will meet in business, and you have to be able to get along with people and communicate well.”

When Anthony does get some free time, he is active in both the Elks Club and the Italian-American Club, and has been involved in the Harley Club as well. In the past you may have found him helping communities in Maui and Puerto Rico, introducing people to computer courses. At the end of the day, he mentions what he loves the most: “I like developing people and training. I am so excited to go to graduation tonight to see students graduate.” Since his students are such an important aspect of his career and his life, what is his overall teaching philosophy? “Make them the best students they can be. Give them all of the tools to make them productive. Give them what they need to be successful.” It sounds like students will be in good hands with an instructor like Anthony.

There are many interesting jobs available in the field of business administration; and with the right education, you may be qualified to perform a variety of roles. These are some of the top jobs that you can pursue as a business major.

First-Line Office Supervisor

Education in the field of business administration will prepare you to work in a supervisory role. As a first-line office supervisor, you will directly supervise administrative support and clerical workers. Some of these daily tasks include:

  • Monitoring the work of customer service and office employees to ensure quality and policy adherence
  • Resolving customer complaints and answering customer questions
  • Providing guidance to employees to help them learn how to handle complex problems
  • Discussing job performance issues with employees, and identifying ways to resolve problems

As a first-line supervisor, you’ll also review reports and records about a variety of workplace activities. These may include shipping, payroll, production, and many others.

Work Environment

As of 2015, there were over 1.4 million professionals in these roles across the country. Some of the industries/companies that most often employ first-line office supervisors include:

  • Banks and financial institutions
  • Local government
  • Retail centers
  • Freight transportation

Procurement Clerk

Procurement clerks work in important business positions, although not many people have heard of this job title. These professionals will compile records and information to create purchase orders of company materials and services. Sometimes known as buyers or procurement officers, they are responsible for several important tasks throughout the day, such as:

  • Performing business buying duties
  • Preparing purchase orders
  • Comparing bids, bills, and purchase orders to ensure accuracy
  • Preparing and reviewing purchasing reports and files
  • Reviewing shipments upon receipt to ensure that orders are filled correctly
  • Calculating order costs and forwarding invoices as needed
  • Comparing prices, delivery dates, and other specifications

Job Outlook

The job outlook for procurement clerks is not expected to change in the near future. However, as workers retire or transfer to other positions, new employees will be needed to replace them.

Insurance Claims Clerk

If you would like to break into the insurance industry, working as an insurance claims clerk is a great start. Insurance claims clerks handle much of the paperwork that is required when processing and issuing insurance claims and policies. Insurance claims clerks have a variety of responsibilities, including:

  • Processing new insurance policies and making changes to existing policies
  • Obtaining information from policyholders
  • Using database systems to enter claims information
  • Assisting policyholders to complete applications, claims forms, records, and other documents
  • Updating existing policies to reflect changes
  • Transmitting claims for further investigation of payment

To complete these duties successfully, knowledge of accounting software and insurance databases is important.

Job Outlook

Employment in the field of insurance claims is expected to remain steady through 2018, and the projected growth rate within the field is expected to be between 5% and 8% through 2024.

General Office Clerks

If a clerical job in the business field interests you, work as a general office clerk might be the ideal path. General office clerks are responsible for many duties throughout the day, including:

  • Organizing and delivering mail, and sending outgoing mail
  • Answering calls, taking messages, and transferring calls to the appropriate people
  • Scheduling appointments
  • Greeting customers and visitors
  • Maintaining and filing electronic and paper documents
  • Preparing and processing invoices and other documents
  • Collecting information to perform data entry

General office clerks aren’t specialists. Instead, they have responsibilities that change daily to meet the needs of their employers. One day, a clerk may answer phones, while the next day, he may need to enter data into a computer system. Knowledge of many different types of office equipment and software is a necessity.

Work Environment

By 2024, the need for general office clerks is expected to grow by 10% in California.  Most general office clerks hold full-time positions, and most work in office settings. The top industries that employ the greatest number of these professionals include:

  • Healthcare and social assistance
  • Education services
  • Administrative services
  • Government

Most business offices will require general office clerks to ensure efficient operations and exceptional customer service.

If a job in the business field sounds interesting to you, MTI Sacramento can help. By enrolling in a business administration program, you can prepare for any of these stable careers.

Office administrative staff members play a strong, vital role in the successful management of a wide variety of businesses and organizations. The training you receive when you sign on for a course of study in office administration is invaluable to your career success, and to the overall success of any venture that you eventually become a part of. And this is regardless of whether you work as an administrative assistant in an office, medical office, legal office, or in some completely unrelated capacity.

The skills you will learn in administrative office training are valuable in three key ways: first, they will help you enter the work force in a well-paid and respected position. Second, they will help you to stand out from coworkers who have not received administrative office training. And third, they will help you excel in whatever kind of work you ultimately take on throughout the course of your entire career.

Getting a Job as an Administrative Staff Member

These days, it’s getting more and more difficult to land a good position with a solid employer without some kind of training beyond high school. Any kind of training will help you land a position, but office administrative training, with its focus on building key organizational, communication, and computer skills will help you land a better job, faster.

And if you choose to apply your administrative office training directly to a position as an administrative assistant or secretary, then you can expect to earn a good salary. The median annual salary for administrative assistants in the United States is just over thirty-five thousand dollars. And you can also look forward to receiving a decent benefits package and a healthy job outlook, with twelve percent growth over the next decade.

Standing Out and Rising Above

Not only will administrative office training help you land a well-paying position with good benefits and a healthy future, but it will also help you to stand out in any position you have while helping you to excel in years to come. A strong foundation in the types of communication, organization, and computer skills that you will gain in your training will give you an edge over those without training, helping you to find ways to thrive and grow throughout your chosen career.

If you’re hoping to pursue a career office administration, start your journey with MTI College and apply today. We offer students the opportunity to gain valuable administrative office training in a variety of Degree and Diploma Programs, with admissions advisors standing by to help you through the process.

Whether you are considering pursuing a degree in business administration, or are already working toward one, you may be wondering exactly what type of work a degree in business administration is preparing you to do. A degree in business administration actually prepares you to excel in a diverse range of fields, performing a wide variety of tasks in an equally diverse variety of settings.

Some of the most common careers for business administration graduates from two-year programs we’ll focus on include: human resources specialist; administrative assistant; accounting, bookkeeping and auditing clerk; and sales representative. Here’s a little more information on each of these positions.

Human Resources Specialist

Human resources specialists work in the recruiting, hiring, training, and placement of staff in a variety of business settings. They also may oversee compensation, disciplinary actions, employee performance evaluation, payroll, and employee relations in general, depending on the setting. HR specialists typically earn between $30,000 and $95,000 per year in gross salary, plus additional benefits.

Administrative Assistant

Administrative assistants work in a wide variety of capacities, depending on who they work for and what field of business they are in. Typically an office job focused on the preparation of documents, filing, bookkeeping, and general office duties, this career path can take you just about anywhere, depending on whom you work for. Administrative assistants typically earn between $20,000 and $50,000 a year in gross salary, plus additional benefits.

Accounting, Bookkeeping, and Auditing Clerk

Accounting, bookkeeping, and auditing clerks generally produce financial documents for individuals, companies, and organizations. They use spreadsheets, bookkeeping software, and database management skills to record, analyze, and report on the financial aspects of their employer’s business. Accounting, bookkeeping, and auditing clerks typically earn between $25,000 and $55,000 a year in gross salary, plus additional benefits.

Sales Representative or Account Manager

Account managers and sales representatives are an integral part of a company’s sales team, serving existing accounts through the sales and management of products and services, and winning new business for their companies. Sales representatives and account managers can earn anywhere from $20,000 to over $100,000 a year in gross salary and commissions, plus additional benefits. Experience and performance are usually a major indicator of pay for sales representatives and account managers.

Starting Your Career in Business

These are just a small sample of the types of jobs business administration graduates can go into upon completion of their training. There truly are a great many excellent careers to choose from once you’ve completed your training in business administration.

If you’re hoping to pursue a business related career, you can start your journey with the Business Administration Degree Program at MTI College of Sacramento. You’ll be trained on a wide-range of practical and up-to-date business applications employers find especially valuable. Complete our online application or get in touch with an MTI admissions counselor today and train at Sacramento’s best business school.

If you are considering taking classes at MTI College independently, toward an Associate’s Degree, or in one of our Diploma Programs, then you may be curious about what administrative office skills you will pick up during the course of your study.

It’s important to note that MTI College does offer Medical Office Assistant, Business Office Assistant, Legal Administrative Assistant, Administrative Office Professional, and several other diploma programs that lead to careers specifically oriented around administrative office skills. Further, nearly every student that attends MTI, regardless of program, picks up several administrative office skills that will assist them in achieving career success through excellence in the years following their graduation.

Technological and Administrative Skills

Throughout the various courses you will take while enrolled at MTI College, you will have the opportunity to directly learn key administrative and technological skills. The degree or diploma program you choose will determine how deeply you delve into each category, but likely courses waiting to grant you the skills you need include Essential Computer Concepts, Word Processing Concepts, Spreadsheet Concepts, Presentation Concepts, Developmental Writing, Introduction to Keyboarding, Document Processing, English Fundamentals, and Medical Office Practice.

Communication, Organization, and Problem Solving Skills

No matter which Diploma or Degree Program you undertake at MTI College, you will learn through all your various courses essential communication, organization, and problem solving skills that will aid you in the workplace. Effective communication, solid organization, and problem solving skills are key job skills that employers across all industries and vocations are looking for in successful job candidates. MTI coursework can help you get the skills you need to succeed in a variety of occupations.

MTI College Prepares Students for Their Careers

Regardless of the course of study you elect to participate in while at MTI College of Sacramento, you’re sure to pick up the necessary administrative office skills that you need to succeed in the career of your choosing. And if you’re looking for more rigorous preparation in office administration, we also offer students the opportunity to become a Medical Office Assistant, Business Office Assistant, Legal Administrative Assistant, Administrative Office Professional, or Business Administration Professional in our Diploma and Degree Programs.

To apply to MTI College, Sacramento’s number one job training college, fill out our online application or speak to an MTI admissions counselor today!

One of the biggest questions that college students are asked is some variation of, where will you find a job? For business and office administrators, the answer is refreshingly straightforward. Everywhere. Across all fields and all types of businesses, it is hard to find an office that does not employ or could not benefit from having an office administrator.

Office administrators are generally considered the backbone of the office. They arrange daily affairs, direct calls from clients and suppliers, and manage appointments, correspondence, and files. They are the first person employees come to with their needs, and the first person that visitors see when they arrive at the office. Although office administrators are generally concentrated in schools, hospitals, government agencies, law firms, and medical facilities, there can be a need from them in virtually any industry. Some administrators act instead as virtual assistants and work from a home office.

Career Outlook for Office Administrators

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, employment of administrative assistants is expected to grow 12% from 2010 to 2020, adding 492,900 jobs to the market. However, each industry may have a different level of growth for these positions. For example, the need for administrative assistants in the medical field is expected to grow 41%. On the other hand, the increase in demand in the legal field is expected to grow 4% as the legal field is more stable as an industry, so growth overall is slower. Because many of the responsibilities of office administrators aren’t easily automated (communicating information to clients and coworkers, interacting with leads, etc.), there is still a strong demand for the position despite advances in technology.

Roles of an Office Administrator

Administrative assistants wear many hats in an office. They organize the affairs of an office through mail processing, office equipment ordering, and records management. They provide customer service for visitors and callers, providing them with information or directing them to the proper departments. They are also involved in a variety of support roles for the people who work in the office, often taking responsibility for event planning, travel booking, appointment scheduling, and more. In smaller offices, they may have an even greater variety of duties, taking on overflow work from other team members in research, editing, report writing, etc.

Administrative Assistant Training

Employers choose job candidates that demonstrate a variety of technical and interpersonal skills. While specific duties will vary from company to company, administrative assistant training and experience can give applicants a more competitive edge. Office administration degree programs provide thorough training in Microsoft Office, other software and computer applications (such as QuickBooks), and efficient methods for filing and record keeping. A more in-depth program will also teach core concepts related to business management, marketing, finance/accounting, human resources, and business law.

To find out more about how a career in business administration can expand your career options, contact an Admissions Counselor at MTI College.

Changing Careers, or Starting New Ones Has Never Been Easier

Anyone will tell you that a good education is the first step on the road to a good, stable career. MTI, voted Sacramento California’s best vocational college, will provide you with the knowledge and experience necessary to begin a successful career in several in-demand industries and fields.

MTI offers several degree courses and diploma programs to look into. Our Accounting Technician program is quite popular and prepares students for a successful career in bookkeeping, a profession which is always in demand, especially in the Sacramento area.

Students can earn either their Associate Degree or Diploma in Business Administration, which prepares them for a fulfilling career as a business administrator in a small to mid-sized company. The Diploma program takes one year, and the Associate Degree takes two to complete. If you are interested in human resources, marketing, finance or accounting, you might wan to check out the
Associate Degree in Business Administration.

MTI also has programs which train students in the field of law, with associates degrees in Paralegal studies as well as diploma programs. MTI is the only Sacramento Vocational School that is certified by the American Bar Association. Students graduating from our law programs are totally ready to start an exciting job as a Paralegal, or a Legal Administrative Assistant.

In addition to these courses, MTI offers extensive Health Care Classes in the following Fields:

  • Medical Billing and Coding
  • Medical Assisting
  • Phlebotomy

These degree and diploma courses offer exhaustive training for students who wish to work in the health care industry. MTI offers either an associate degree or diploma agree in Technology, specializing in Networking. The Networking Associate Degree prepares students for an exciting career as a network manager, and students receive the Microsoft Certified IT professional Certification when they graduate.

The Cosmetology Courses at MTI are always in high demand. MTI is proud to offer Paul Mitchell The School at MTI College. This means that not only will you receive an excellent education in cosmetology, but also be in demand as soon as you graduate. There are three sections to this course: Core, Adaptive, and Creative. By the time you graduate you will be a confident and
competent cosmetologist.

With all of these program offerings, you won’t have a problem finding the right career path for you. Once you graduate, a knowledgeable and helpful career placement staff will help you get a job. If you’re planning on getting a degree and starting a new career in the Sacramento Area, MTI should be your first choice.

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