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Computer Technology Career

Computer technology is a rapidly evolving field, and the demand for qualified professionals has never been greater. If you enjoy working with computers, there are a wide range of career options available to you. Computer technology careers are fragmented into specialties and subspecialties, allowing professionals to choose the specific area that suits their skills and preferences.

Listed here are some career possibilities for prospective computer technology professionals:
  • Computer Network Architect: designs, builds and maintains complex computer data networks. A computer network architect may be responsible for wide area networks, local area networks and intranets.
  • Computer-Control Programmer and Operator: creates precision products such as laser-cutting machines, lathes and water jet cutting machines through the use of computer numerically controlled technology.
  • Computer Programmer: develops code for use in the creation of software programs that tell computers how to perform certain actions.
  • Computer and Information Systems Manager: bears the responsibility of managing the computer-related activities of an organization.
  • Computer Scientist: includes theorists, inventors and researchers who work in a wide range of areas, including programming-language design and complexity theory.
  • Computer Hardware Engineer: designs, develops and installs computer hardware and computer systems. Engineers also have the responsibility of maintaining and repairing existing computer systems.
  • Computer Systems Analyst: works alongside clients to troubleshoot and repair any computer problems. They also help companies design their computer networks, assisting them in choosing the programs and hardware that will best suit their needs.
  • Statistician: use advanced statistical processes to gather and analyze information.
While some careers in computer technology only require an associate's degree or technical training, most potential employers require or strongly prefer candidates that have a bachelor's degree in a related field, such as Information Technology or Computer Science. A bachelor's degree in a computer technology field will include courses such a programming, data mining, network and computer security, database systems and ethics as it pertains to information technology. Students have the opportunity to learn through hands-on projects, and many degree programs also require internships.

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