Hi I have a question about Microsoft, and I want to know what is it that they do as a job?
because i want to know what they do, just by saying, oh i work at Microsoft is not so self explainable. I'm a senior and right now I'm doing a program about Hospitality and I'm still searching for something that i might be interested in. and in my expert time I read and I also think that, Is coding part of the industry as well, And how do they make profit for this new incorporation, And i also Speak Spanish and is my first language? #technology #microsoft #profit
Glad you asked! Microsoft is a tech company in itself. They develop, manufactures, licenses, supports and sells computer software, consumer electronics and personal computers and services.
There are some positions there that would require you to program. However, they have other positions as well, such as HR, recruiting, etc. This is most likely the case for most companies out there.
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As Samson mentioned above, Microsoft are a huge technology company that develops, manufactures, licenses, supports and sells computer software, consumer electronics and personal computers and services. You will probably know them best from their computer software Microsoft Windows, but they also have involvement in creating mobile phones, computer hardware such as Xbox and even computer games.
They’ll have thousands of employees that work for them in many different disciplines/areas of the business such as designers, engineers, producers, manufacturers, marketing managers, and various different support/operational functions.
Event planning requires a high level of planning and organizational skills, and attention to detail. There's a lot that can go wrong in an event, so thinking through every detail end to end in advance is a good skill. If this sounds like something you're interested in, Project Managment skills are very useful in this, and many other industries.
I trained as a project manager through https://rmcls.com/ and got my Project Management certification from PMI https://www.pmi.org/. The training and test are demanding, but very useful skills for any profession that's heavy on organization and planning.
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