Obviously, there are "traditional" jobs for people graduating with a BA in Computer Science, such as jobs as a software engineer. I'm wondering - what types of "non-traditional" jobs are there for Computer Science BAs willing to get a graduate degree, either in computer science or another field?
I've always had a gift for math, and I enjoy hands on activities, particularly when it comes to computers. I also have a gift for graphic designing in many of my computer classes. So my question would be, are there any jobs out there that would appeal to a computer loving math genius? I really love the quote, "If you love your job, you never work a day a your life", and I would like to aim for that ideology.
I've also heard that computer programming involves nothing but writing lines of code. Is this true? If so, that's not a path I want to take.
Ok, so I graduated 3 years ago from college with a B.S. Computer Engineering, though right now I'm working as a Workforce specialist in a call center company, what job would be a better option which can also lead to better career growth, I don't mind if the pay's lower. Please help, I'm going to make life changing decisions this year for my new baby boy.
I am in the process of completing my BBA (Bachelor Of Business Administration) Degree but I have an interest in finding a good, well paid, and in demand career that involves using/working with software/computer(not hardware) but doesn't require programming skills as i really enjoy working on the computer. Can anyone suggest me some good options for a good career path/salary and what i would need to do to get the job/requirements? Thank you very much :)
Im specifically trying to look at good in demand career options that will trend now and in the future in the IT field and will require using software/computers but won't require programming or hardware skills.
Apply in an IT Company excluding hardware,BPO and front office jobs? Technical positions would be preferable. Thank you for your answers.
people why you no answer?
To take our local lads jobs. What do you think?
Please - No one tell me that the Polish don't take our jobs because my mates have lost jobs because of it as well as our job centres packed with Asylum Seekers claiming for sickness and job seekers. I've had enoug now, I really have. What do you think?
Metal Mike - I'm afraid they don't speak English matey.
People who say immigration is good have not yet been affected by it.
I am last year passout in engineering field and working as customer representative in one company . . . Actually if i see the persons who have IT companys like wipro or HP id tags in their neck . . . i feel so bad as i am unable to get job in such high profile company . . . My dream to become software engg with atleast c cpp languages . . 'Please Just explain me what they do dialy from entry to exit of company . . .so that i will plan myself to change according to them . . . and get job successfully . . . Thanks in advance
IST is a really diverse major I'm not really sure what kind of job will be i be working with this major in the future so I'm just curious.
some people call it IT or IST
COMPANIES OR AGENCIES...
What is the best company or agency to register with for a top job?
I'm trying to find out for my brother. He is highly experienced and ex Cambridge. Has designed programmes for nuclear power and for anti-radar. His current firm aren't really the best payers!
No one said 'easy'. He's a genius at the areas he's in but wouldn't mind changing. Thanks for your thoughts, although it appears you can't have read the whole question. Many thanks nevertheless.
I would like to know if I get a Bachelor's degree in Computer Information Systems would I be able to apply and hold job positions such as software engineer or systems analyst.
I'm about to begin college but i cant decide on a major, I really like the computer industry but i suck at math and i kind a want something that pays well.
Hi guies...this is maninder....i'm so canfuse about my career..i'm just in 12th standard.
My intrest is in computer and gta game..,
may u advise me what is parfect for me..,..
I am going to go to a college soon. I am interested in computer science but I am considering the other options too.Can you tell me
1-) the salary a month
2-) what they teach
3-) what classes I have to take
sorry for my bad english
Software or hardware
Going for a Microsoft specialist certificate (office systems,desktop,deploying etc) but Vista has suddenly become essential so what do I need to know? Whats the difference from XP?
Anybody here often change job, at least
more than 10 times in yr life.
Wat are the reason u change job?
Hi,I am a second year student of computer science engineering in india.I want to know what are the basic types of computer jobs available and their sub categories.I just want to understand what type of categories call centre jobs and software/hardware jobs fall into on the big picture.I'd be very thankful to Anyone with this knowledge :)
I want a job in the IT industry but there are so many jobs in the IT sector that are available (eg. software engineer/developer/designer, video game designer/developer ect.) I enjoy working on a computer but i dont know what any of these jobs entails.
For example, I feel like I would enjoy being a software developer, i know that the job is to create programmes for computers but i dont know what work is involved in actually creating them.
basically I want to know what my work as a: software developer, engineer, programmer would involve?
So i'm studying a bachelors degree in Computer science i'm 1 year in and I took Python and taking java right now.. i feel like i hate programming and it's making me miserable, I'm not sure what I want to do if i change my major.. IT sounds good but I'm not sure what's taught in IT courses or so? Say i graduate with an IT degree what are possible jobs/careers I could have?