In the growing field of computer security, these four professions are among the most sought-after among employers.
Monday, Dec 01 2014 09:00 AM
There are numerous technician schools that offer an associate’s degree or certificate – as well as those that offer bachelor’s and master’s degree. Those programs generally mix classroom learning with hands-on training and feature courses in mathematics, science and engineering.
Thursday, Sep 11 2014 09:00 AM
Unlike a traditional data analyst who might examine data from a single source, a data scientist will employ data from many, often disparate sources. Data scientists sift through data, looking for insights and trends emerging from large amounts of data. This, in turn, can help executives.
Monday, Aug 04 2014 09:00 AM
Any field that collects and maintains information – which covers more and more of the world’s professions – can make use of a data analyst's skills. Fields that have a significant need for data analysis include health information management, business analysis and financial data or economics.
Saturday, Jun 21 2014 12:00 PM
Geographic information systems technicians are responsible for assisting in the creation and maintenance of database systems that store research information. Click "play" to watch career video.
Sunday, May 25 2014 09:00 AM
Computer hardware engineers design and develop new technology for computer-related equipment.
Tuesday, May 13 2014 11:00 AM
Computer engineers build computers, workstations and supercomputers. They also work on projects to create Computer-based systems in automobiles, airplanes, electrical appliances, smart phones and computer networks – both hardware and software.
Saturday, May 10 2014 09:00 AM
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.