Trump, Covid-19 and the New Economy: What should an immigrant do? 

Trump, Covid-19 and the New Economy: What should an immigrant do? 

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President Donald Trump isn’t making things easy for immigrants in the United States. The latest report from the white house indicate that President Trump intends to send Foreign students on an F-1 visa back to their countries if their schools won’t allow them to take full time classes as international students. This puts the schools and the students in a very awkward position. Now many are faced with the dilemma of either opening for international students or not.
Previously, the supreme court granted the Dreamers temporary reprieve after it allowed them to stay in the country against Trumps intention to deport them. The COVID-19 has changed America as we knew it.? Mass layoffs have presented new challenges to African immigrants. They must find alternative back up plans to their careers. There are no guarantees in jobs and its good to have a back up skill that one can fall back to. We need to adopt.
Because of this reason, there is a solution that can help many immigrants in the diaspora adjust to the new normal during this uncertainty. They have to learn a new skill to enable them succeed.
Smart Data School of Analytics offers a rare chance for Kenyans and other Immigrants in the Diaspora a New Career Path in the Data Analytics.
This 14 Weeks Course covers Project management, Business Analysis and Data Analysis. Under Data Analysis, we strive to ensure our students understand Data Analysis tools such as Python, Advanced excel, Tableau, SQL and Alteryx.
The United states economy has taken a hit following the Corona Virus pandemic. Many of the American Citizens have lost jobs, save for the frontline workers. This has not only been unique to the U.S, but across the world.
Job security has therefore become elusive in the face of this pandemic. Many employees are quickly realizing that it helps to have a fall back plan. Because you may never know when you may need it.
Today, Big data analysis is the career of the moment. A job in Business analysis, Data Analysis and Project management can earn one in the upwards of 40 dollars an hour in the United States.
Initially dominated by Indian Immigrants; the IT industry is slowly attracting African immigrants as well. The desire for a greater pay and the flexibility that comes with careers in the Data Analytics field are compelling enough for African immigrants interested in this field. Its therefore encouraging to see Africans taking advantage of these courses that will help them land great opportunities.
Smart data school of Analytics presents an opportunity for all African immigrants to acquire those skills that will prepare them for the new careers.
Sign up for Classes Today. You can contact us at 858 790 9662 or 832 284 5812.
For more information, visit our website Ensure you book your spot in the upcoming class because classes are filling up quickly.

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