Information technology (IT) continues to be a field with strong job recruits and growth across the country. Despite record unemployment, trained candidates can still find jobs in the IT field.
So what exactly does the position at IT jobs look like – let's just look at a small part:
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Business Analyst: A business analyst is concerned with understanding and transforming the needs of business users. They usually have a broad understanding of key business functions and can review and recommend available technology options to support and enhance business areas.
System administrator: The system administrator is responsible for the organization and maintenance of server software and operating systems.
Often these functions can be specified depending on the operating system (that is, the Unix system administrator). These people take care of system availability, software upgrades, and performance.
Project Manager: The project Manager develops and manages a detailed planned project that tells everyone how long the IT project will take and who will be needed to complete it.
Often companies use software methodologies that serve as plans for different types of projects and outline the required results.
Management: As in other areas of the company, IT includes a management level. The top of the IT group is usually referred to as the CIO (Chief Information Officer). Middle managers often have responsibilities in specific areas such as infrastructure, business systems, development, or support offices.