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Maybe you've heard but a lot of folks are rethinking their career paths in 2022. And many are just plain ditching their jobs (for now) in what's been dubbed the "Great Resignation". That's all well and good, but you probably shouldn't rely on what's in your cryptocurrency wallet to get you through the next several decades. It might be time to consider learning a new thing or two.

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Editors' note, Jan. 20, 8:32 p.m. PT: An earlier version of this story incorrectly listed IBM certification as being available. It's been corrected to reflect Microsoft instead.