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In this article, we would like to point out the obvious IT Jobs that at times get overlooked. Find out what's out there and which information technology is the right choice for you. From people that create laptop computers to folks that do web design to developers that come up with computer software concepts from scratch. Also a bit at the end about computer schools and computer training.

Developers/Architects

The best jobs in the Information Technology field range from Software Engineer to Computer Systems Analyst. As with any job, the most important factor is to consider what you like to do. If you like programming, developing and creating, then Software Engineer may be just the ticket for you. A company like Kelly Services can help you zero in on a particular job you want.

Lead Applications Developer, and Applications Architect fall under the category of Software Engineers. The Lead Applications Developer is the overseer of the Software team to make sure proper coding and testing as well as debugging applications are performed.

The Applications Architect deals with the interfacing and infrastructure of the applications. After development of the program, the Applications Architect makes sure the program meshes with current applications running on the system and that is compatible with the current the various operating systems.

Web Developers or Designers are used to create, design as well as market a company's site. Web Developers must be creative and have a thorough understanding of the programming language and/or web development programs.

Administrators/Managers

Development Process

Information Technology (IT) Administrators job can vary. Messaging, Data Modelers and Network Managers tend to fall under this category. Messaging Administrators are responsible for email and email servings, backup and recovery of data and they are the ones who typically handle service requests. They are sometimes referred to as the 'Help Desk' or Level 1. Help Desk Level 2 are used to resolve the more difficult problems. Most of the problems of the Help Desk Level 2 Administrations cannot be solved over the phone and require an in person visit.

Data Modelers use their creative skills to develop charts and models of the data flow process as well as analyze the requirements needed for the system. When a company is considering investing in a computer system, Modelers are the ones who come in and determine the needs of the company.

Network managers maintain the integrity of the network and they are in constant communications with the Architects and engineers.

Auditors, Intelligence Analyst and Staff Consultants

Auditors do just that, they audit the functionality of the system to ensure it if functioning as designed is in compliance with industry standards as well as security.

The Intelligence Analyst duties are similar to Homeland Security for the government. The Intelligence Analysts perform analysis of the companies system through reports and the retrieval of other data. This information is turned over to upper management.

Staff Consultants are used in numerous ways. Their primary functions involves planning the required specifications and creating prototypes to ensure the company has the best system possible and if a current system is already in place, Staff Consultants provide solutions to make the current system more secure and functional.

Computer/Hardware Engineer

On the other hand, if you prefer working with hardware such as building computers, troubleshooting and repairs, then you may want to lean towards the Computer Engineer.

Computer LearningEducation/Training

Most IT jobs require a bachelor's degree or you can also attend a technical college to obtain a degree or certification in less time. If you decide to attend a Technical School make sure it is an accredited school. Also, Technical school's tuition tends to be about 30% - 50% higher than a traditional 2-4 year college. While you will finish and start working in less time, you will have to repay more money.

When you do enter the working world do not expect to start making the big bucks immediately. IT jobs vary in salary from $35k to $120k per year. These figures are based on a person with a bachelor's degree in Computer Science; some positions such as Applications Architect require a Master's, Mathematics, and three or more years of working experience.

Plan of Action

If you are interested in the IT field, it is best to get into a good school, make good grades, excel in your class and begin with an entry level position and work your way up. Working for as a contractor or temp agency is a good method to gain work experience.

Site Admin's Advice: I studied and got the single most important IT Certification ever; CompTIA A+ Certification. A+ is still the king and strangely, it'll get your foot in the door even in un-related jobs.

Now that you've gotten free know-how on this topic, try to grow your skills even faster with online video training. Then finally, put these skills to the test and make a name for yourself by offering these skills to others by becoming a freelancer. There are literally 2000+ new projects that are posted every single freakin' day, no lie!


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amina's Comment
great information but tell me some degrees in computer programming.
23 Mon Aug 2010
Admin's Reply:

I urge you to check out the Best IT Jobs. It'll answer most things for you.




kannan's Comment
nice
19 Mon Apr 2010
Admin's Reply:

Thanks






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