Career Questions tagged Information Technology
Professionals in the information technology field often liaise between business and technical aspects of projects. They create or support computer applications, systems, and networks. Workers also utilize technology to work,...
What related fields to Computer & Information Systems do you think I should consider looking into when working towards it?
like are there other fields that would help me in the long run
What steps would you recommend I take to prepare to become a Computer & Information Systems Manager?
I'm just starting out and I'm not sure what my first step should be if anyone has any advice they wish they knew when starting out
What are your opinions on Management Information Systems (MIS) Or Business Technology Management(BTM)
I am interested in getting a certification in health information management (HIM) or a masters in HIM. How can I seek an internship in this field to get experience? What requirements are needed to work in this field?
I want to be a systems administrator but I'm not going to go to college straight out of high school.
Do psychiatrists use IT skills at all? If so, what specific skills might be necessary? Are there any certifications that might be useful for the career path?
I'm toying around with the idea of combining my accounting degree with an it degree to analyze accounting systems. Should I study information technology, computer science, or management information systems?
I was wondering what classes I should take when go to college to become a information technology guy
My name is Seth I was wondering what classes should I take when I go to college to become a information technology guy and what steps should I take. I already know how to build a computer what else should I work on in my free time to improve the steps to reach my goal.
I'm Interested in knowing how a typical day as a cyber security specialist would be like.
2.what kind of problems will i encounter in during my time there as an employee of a cybersecurity company. #cybersecurity
I love to work alone leave me be please thank you
(Asking for my brother) Should I get my bachelors in computer information sciences, IT, or computer science? I was also considering my bachelors with an undergraduate cybersecurity certificate? Will I get a job if I have this combo?
Hello my name is Daniel I am a current Cyber Security prospect and would appreciate information on how consistent or common promotional opportunities are.
Any information helps, Thank you for your time.
What additional training/certifications/classes should I take to further my career in Cyber Security
Hi my name is Daniel I am a current cyber security prospect, I am looking to build myself, as well as my portfolio in the field and would appreciate any information or tips for a strong lucrative start.
Thank you for your time.
Hello my name is Daniel I am a current Cyber Security prospect and would like to know if and how working in Cyber Security has affected your time work-wise and socially. (e.g: work hours/free time)
Any information helps, Thank you for your time.
Does Informational Technology (Linux) help at all with Programming (Python)? I've enrolled in an IT 101 course, and I'm getting second thoughts on whether or not I've been tricked into an advertisement or I'm gaining purposeful knowledge.
Hi, I'm a cyber security major in college right now, I wanted to know what type of programs or languages I should be learning on my own separate time. Right now I start Linux soon, and some other data information security program.
Hello, I am a student enrolled in Cascades Job Corps, studying a trade in IT. I plan on going into the software-dev field, and I'm looking for advice on how to connect with others that have been through similar career paths. Thank you!
[Advice to Career Computer Science students] Should I start as a developer or an operational support in a technology company.
As an operational support intern, I began to wonder whether I should convert to full time and stay in the same team (operation support) or request a team change and become a developer instead? One of my main concerns is which starting point will be most beneficial to my future professional...
Hello, for a while I wanted to become an accountant because I can really imagine myself helping businesses with their financial decisions and management. Recently, I discovered information systems which has accounting in it. I've done some research but I want to be sure that this is something I might want to do. If someone is a security analyst or similar, what is the job like for you? What are some pros and cons of this major? What are similar majors (I don't want to do computer science by itself)? Why might someone not want to do this major? Thank you
Hi, I am a junior in high school.
First of all, I am an international student and have a year to finish my course. I am doing my masters in mechanical engineering. However, I somehow dived into the computer science field studying human&AI and currently preparing for the graduation project in this field. I am willing to find...
What are some computer troubleshooting skills I should learn about before I join an office to be an IT guy?
I want to work in an office environment and repair computers for people from changing out the hardware and installing software for people. I guess I need more information on what skills I should learn in particular like troubleshooting wifi or peripherals things like that.
When I asked this question, I was trying to determine what kind of skills I would need.
I wanted to ask this question because working as an information analyst would be a very important job that would mean a lot of work, so I was curious if you can choose your own hours or schedule your own vacation.
I recently applied to a company for 3 different positions. However all of these positions are UI/UX designer/researcher roles. They all had what I was looking for in a position so I applied to all 3. It hasn't been two weeks yet but I recently connected with a recruiter from the company on...
Hi I have some questions about Computer and Information Systems Managers. 1. What is your favorite/least favorite part of this job? 2. How long do you work each day? 3. What is the most difficult part of your job? 4. Have you been working from home after Corona started? Or did you go to work?...
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