Computers or Telecommunication

Computer IT professionals wear many hats and go by different names, depending on their area of expertise-engineer, programmer, website producer, and network administrator, to name a few. The range of IT jobs is vast. And the skills needed to set up an office network-install the cables, configure the computers, and keep them running-are quite different from those required to set up and customize an automated-payroll software system. A database specialist needs still other skills to administer the ever-changing complex of information generated by enterprise software applications and the company website, including files on visitors who have signed on as members or purchased something.

But no matter what job they do, all IT professionals focus on improving the usability and efficiency of technological systems and processes. Their goal is a smoothly functioning computer network-free of bugs, glitches, and interruptions-that provides an effective flow of information so the company can keep on improving its work processes, customer retention and acquisition, and other aspects of its

  • Computer and Information Research Scientist
  • Computer Network Architect
  • Computer-Control Programmers and Operators
  • Computer Programmers
  • Computer and Information Systems Managers
  • Computer Science
  • Computer, Automated Teller, and Office Machine Repairers
  • Computer Hardware Engineer
  • Computer Operators
  • Computer Software Engineer
  • Computer Support Specialists and Systems Administrators
  • Computer Systems Analyst
  • Database Administrator
  • Information Security Analyst
  • Mathematician
  • Statistician

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