How to become a girl boss in the tech industry

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There's no way around it: There are simply not enough women in the tech industry, despite it being one of the top-paying fields for women. So whether you're already in tech and want to rise in the ranks, or you're looking to make a beeline for Silicon Valley, you could easily be on your way to becoming the next girl boss with the right skills.

A convenient and effective way to make moves in tech is by learning in-demand skills online. Read on for 3 online courses that will prepare you to land an awesome job in no time.

1. Learn to Code

Learn to code everything from websites to your very own social network (maybe you'll even develop the next disruptive one!). The 10 courses in the Complete 2016 Learn to Code Bundle (just $59) give you the down-low on the must-know programming languages that make businesses like Facebook and YouTube tick.

2. Become a Project Manager

With nearly 1500 hours of training, the eduCBA Project Management & Quality Management Bundle ($39) will help you get certified in Project Management, Quality Management, and Agile and Scrum methods. Learn the tools to effectively manage projects, lead a team, and spur continual process improvement. Lifetime access to the bundle will keep your skills fresh on your move from startup to Fortune 500.

3. Join the Marketing Team

You already love social media, so utilize the Silicon Valley Social Media Marketing Course & Certification (just $29) to break into the field. Become certified and you'll be able to transform your knowledge on growing audiences and increasing revenues into a whole new career in the tech industry!

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