Information Technology encompasses a wide variety of careers – so many that people looking for a job in IT may not be aware of all the choices. Information Technology includes jobs ranging from systems design and computer programming to network administration, cyber security, health informatics, computer forensics, technical writing, and web design. There are literally dozens of options available. This book offers a quick overview of some of these possible IT careers to give you an idea of what each job involves, what the job market is like and which careers may match your interests and qualifications. Each job summary covers the educational or other background needed to get hired in that field, as well as the type of daily tasks involved and what skills are necessary. There are also tips on how to get started in a particular field, including information about on-line tutorials, instructional videos, books, certifications, and college courses. In addition to the job summaries, this book deals with which social networking sites can be the most help to you, which IT skills are the most in demand, and which are the most beneficial certifications to have. There are also some suggestions on how to land that job in IT and a list of additional resources – web sites, books, forums, videos, and other material that may be useful to you. Just remember – once you get a job in whatever IT career field you choose, be prepared to continue learning. IT professionals need to absorb new concepts almost every day in order to keep up with the constant and rapid changes in Information Technology.
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