What IT takes: Jobs in Information technology

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What IT takes: Jobs in Information technology

Post by Admin on Mon Nov 18, 2013 7:32 pm

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What IT takes: Jobs in Information technology

Summary:
•Today, the IT industry has more than enough positions to fill, and many of them are lucrative and rewarding. Salary levels for certain positions can reach $100,000 for just one to three years of experience. The job in highest demand is web and mobile development.


•Technology isn't necessarily all about the degree.


•Hands-on experience is key to improvement in an IT job.


•Passion is important.


•The ability to communicate is critical for IT jobs, which involve a lot of client interaction.


•The need for new skill sets emerges frequently in IT, and universities are starting to take notice. Four years ago, North Carolina State University (NCSU) began offering a Master of Science in Analytics through their Institute for Advanced Analytics (IAA), which teaches students to turn raw data into information that can be used to make business decisions. Northwestern University has launched a similar program, and Texas A&M and Louisiana State University will follow this year. At NCSU, the class of 2011 had a 97 percent job placement rate, with salary offers up to $140,000, with job options range from business analyst to credit risk analyst.

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