Information Technology Careers in Information Technology By Encuppyjuiply / January 28, 2013 An Exploration of why you should, and why you shouldn’t consider a career in Information Technology You may also like AccelOps' Channel Program Rewards Resellers with Higher Margins By BrianSteiner / June 19, 2015 Archaeological Lessons from the Battlefield By AlleenNewton744 / June 18, 2013 Buchanan & Edwards Named to CRN’s 2013 Solution Provider 500 List By VigdisNex / June 16, 2013 China Invention Patents Granted to Shanghai Guangdianbao Information … By cocediru / June 16, 2013 Information Technology. Have you heard about it? By olifforlikowskiit / June 15, 2013 Post navigation Boutique SEO Firm Portent Grows Into Full-Service Digital Marketing AgencyThe Century Of The Self 1 of 4 | One: Happiness Machines 21 thoughts on “Careers in Information Technology” Wow that’s the idea 🙂 BTW We need freelance writers for our website. Interested people please contact at freelancer [AT] techyouhigh [DOT] com. Thanks for the awesome video @ OP Log in to Reply I was talking to an IT and he said that internships are a big must. Most companies want a 6 months minimum experience. Log in to Reply was he suppose to be looking at us? Log in to Reply I wish 🙂 Log in to Reply ALSO “RECOMENDED BY PCTS” THIS IS ANOTHER GREAT CHANNEL/VIDEOS I SUB, VIEW, COMMENT & LIKE! CHECK MY (IT) VIDEOS tutorials on a growing list of computer-related topics THANKS!!! Log in to Reply Does anyone know if there is any organizations for IT majors? I know architecture for example has one that is called AIA (American Institutes of architecture). Log in to Reply any job for desktop support i am jobless mcse certified Log in to Reply Exactly what i was looking for thank you. Log in to Reply I’m 16 and I was considering doing an IT major once I get to college . Can anyone explain to me if there are different majors for it or certain areas ? I’ve been a computer user for half my life but I’m still new to this Log in to Reply i’m getting ready to take this coarse in st.john’s nf Log in to Reply If you look at the postings for IT-oriented jobs, the requirements are all over the map. In other fields for example, you learn the required material (ie. pharmacy, nursing, dentistry, law, etc) and that’s it; the subject matter does not change. Of course you will be expected to take continuing ed courses throughout your career, but you will not have to learn something radically different. Conversely, in IT there is no standardization so every company seeks something different. Log in to Reply im almost 16 do u think I.S is better? Log in to Reply I’m pretty sure it is. Th eonly thing different might be the available jobs and the pay. Log in to Reply So what do you do… Log in to Reply So I’ve been using linux/bsd for over a decade personally, I’m trying to get back into the IT field after going to college and ending up in a financial services sales job, a recruiter told me I should start with a free internship. What? I did that in high school. (Yes I’m still with you after that long diatribe) Is it really that hard to get back into IT? I will agree my skills are a bit rusty but I pick up on things very fast. Log in to Reply I’m interested in C.i.t but I’m just a average computer user I don’t know computer lingo or how to hack and modify anything should I CHOOSE SOMETHING ELSE . is this something that has to be learned by yourself or is this stuff that can be learned at a university ? I’m not really what you call a computer nerd Id love to learn this stuff though i generally have a interested in it i just don’t know anything other than what i learned in my intro to computers class and im kinda of intimidated Log in to Reply I’m interested in C.i.t but I’m just a average computer user I don’t know computer lingo or how to hack and modify anything should I CHOOSE SOMETHING ELSE . is this something that has to be learned by yourself or is this stuff that can be learned at a university ? I’m not really what you call a computer nerd Id love to learn this stuff though i generally have a interested in it i just don’t know anything other than what i learned in my intro to computers class and im kinda of intimidated Log in to Reply i am 13 how can i learn it pleas help me Log in to Reply I like your video.. reminds me on those days where I know lesser to what I know now. sincerely [Alan.RIdzuan@gmail.com] Log in to Reply Excellent. Thank you. Log in to Reply and 6 years later i wonder if this video is still accurate =S Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.