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As of May 2015, there were 254,060 training and development specialists employed in the United States, according to the U.S. Department of Labor. Computer trainers work for a wide range of employers, from large, international companies, to nonprofits, to community colleges. Many work for hardware and software manufacturers or training departments in the bigger companies. Others are employed by training companies that disseminate training information and tools. Still other computer trainers work independently as consultants. The rest are employed by schools, adult continuing education programs, and government agencies. Some software companies and consultants operate training sites on the Internet. Since almost every type of company will need computer training at one point or another, these companies are located throughout the country and, indeed, throughout the world.

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