What's the difference between I.T. jobs and computer science jobs?
I have been trying to find a general breakdown of the entire industry of computers and information technology, hoping there was a chart or directory that kind of broke it all down into major sections (like programmers, database administrators, systems designers, information managers, etc.) But so far I can't find such a chart that would help me pick a career. Does anyone know where I can go to kind of get the big picture?
Asked By: Jared Friedman - 3/31/2011
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Computer science is the theory and application of computers, more or less the algorithms and its implementations. IT jobs are specific to diagnosing a computer problem, and resolving the issue; The primary focus is working with operating systems, networking, and computer hardware (such as servers.)
Answered By: Mat Mills - 3/31/2011
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Information Technology all about real-world applications. (computer repair, software integration, networking, security, databases, etc... More
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