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What jobs are there in IT that don't involve sitting in front of a computer most of the time.?

I need some job titles in IT that do not involve sitting in front of a computer all day. Programmers and tech support would not be a good example since they do spend most of their time in front of a computer. I would be happy to spend 4 hours max on a computer a day.

Asked By: coolbro2008 - 9/3/2007
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Unfortunately, most people in the white collar working world today – no matter what industry or job title – spend at least 4 hours/day in front of computer – other than meetings, that's where most of communicating, planning, budgeting, designing, and other work gets done. Given that, the answer to your question depends... More
Answered By: ann_other18 - 9/4/2007
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Sales! Selling the service that your IT company provides will keep you out of the office and taking care of your clients' needs. You will need to know your stuff just like the desk jockeys though... You will just be making more $!!
Answered By: maximus - 9/3/2007
 
Your'e kidding..right? Even if you are on the hardware/networking side...your computer is a big part of your day. You could become a business analysist. They act as Liaison for the programmers and business team driving the project. They translate business needs into instructions that the programmer needs. But... More
Answered By: RobertR - 9/3/2007
 
If you go into IT, you can figure a normal day being 10-15 hours in front of a computer screen, and/or looking over the contents of print-outs... More
Answered By: Al M - 9/4/2007
 
Security guard of an IT company:) ooh know.. i guess these days even they have computers..:)
Answered By: babukgl - 9/4/2007
 
IT and no computers? Doesn't exist. Almost any corporate jobs out there require u to sit in front of the computer all day. So if u don't want to sit in front of a computer, I suggest u become a garbage man, police officer, mover, delivery guy etc. U have some type of back problem that u can't sit for a long period... More
Answered By: seafood10 - 9/4/2007
 
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