What field of computer technology do i want ot work in?

I enjoy programming, and especially creating graphics and editing and enhancing photos in photoshop. I also enjoy creating web pages. I'm not as knowledgeable in the actual hardware of computers and how they work, I mean I could probably take one apart into its basic components and reassemble it if I needed to, but I'm not that experienced. I've worked with C++ in programming, photoshop in photo editing, and HTML and CSS in web design. I like doing them all, but I want to know which field offers the greatest opportunity for making money. Would I be better in computer engineering or one of those other ones? Thanks in advance, Mike

Asked By: Michael - 5/27/2007
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If you want to make money and have job security, computer engineering (either applications or systems) is the best bet in the IT field, especially if you have web programming abilities as well. According to the US Dept of Labor, computer software engineers are projected to be one of the fastest-growing occupations from... More
Answered By: waswisgirl1 - 5/27/2007
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wow i would go towards fixing PCs but anybody programming them I would applaud
Answered By: websterjdjr - 5/27/2007
You don't need to know hardware. Sounds like you like creative work, i would suggest working for an advertising or marketing company.
Answered By: looking4aVacation - 5/27/2007
Just food for thought, might be totally off base, but what about Devry, and making games?
Answered By: Chickster - 5/27/2007
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