Computer and data processing fields can be entered into quickly and also provide opportunity for growth if you obtain higher education.
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Web designers create and modify the look and user experience of a website, including the content and graphics used.
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Database administrators are involved helping organizations manage, organize store, and protect data.
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Professionals in technology management have many job duties which vary depending on the size of the company or institution. Some duties include developing tech strategies, upgrading technology, securing systems and overseeing other IT professionals.
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Mobile and web application developers are tasked with transforming ideas into workable computer programs that can serve a variety of purposes that range from being highly useful to purely entertaining. While others are tasked with developing the underlying systems that run devices or deliver control over networks, application developers produce the programs that make platforms, such as Android or Apple, desirable to consumers.
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Computer network architects design and build data communication networks, including local area networks (LANs), wide area networks (WANs) and intranets. The job is in-demand and pay is often much better than the average.
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With the amount of stored electronic data expected to double ever year this decade, data scientists are more in demand than ever.
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Explore Information Technology Jobs and Related Computer Careers
Careers in technology are now critical to most organizations in both the public and private sector. Careers in this field employ a wide variety of computer science, web development, network administration, software engineering and information technology degree majors. Depending on your particular discipline, an associate's degree or a bachelor's degree in technology is usually enough to qualify for entry-level jobs. If you want to advance into director- or executive-level positions, an information technology masters or similar degree may be required. Some careers in technology also require specialized credentials, such as the Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer (MCSE) or Project Management Professional (PMP) certificates.