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When Ken Olsen, CEO of Digital Equipment Corporation, uttered the famous line, "There is no reason anyone would want a computer in their home," in 1977, there was no way he could have predicted how widespread the PC would become over the following 30 years. In today's goal economy, it's almost impossible to achieve any level of professional success without extensive familiarity with a personal computer. Thus, the terms "professional career" and "PC career" have become almost synonymous in today's computer age.

What Types of PC Careers Are There?
Years ago, a PC career meant that you helped develop hardware, software, and computer technology in some way or another. These days, a PC career refers to almost any occupation that uses a personal computer in some capacity. Journalists, bloggers, e-commerce merchants, lawyers, Web site designers, programmers, online educators, doctors, manufacturers, and researchers all fall under this general category. Of course, there are still many occupations that focus almost exclusively on hardware, software, and computer technology development.

What College Education Is Necessary for a PC Career?
In order to pursue a PC career that deals exclusively with computer technology, securing a bachelors degree or higher in computer science, Web site design, information technology, or computer programming is often required. In order to use PCs in almost every other occupation, you'll usually need a bachelors degree in your respective field, plus certificate training or extensive exposure in the Microsoft Office suite, HTML, Word processing, Internet research, or other PC related areas.

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