What qualifications are required to do this job and what is the average salary in UK?
I know there are more than one computer engineer in the military but what kind of engineering jobs deal with things such as your everyday computer to a supercomputer (the hardware of computers in general). I would like to join the USAF one day and do something like this.
I know i can get a programming job but any other kind of IT jobs out there that i would be qualified for as well?
I have an arts degree but I want to do associates in computer and information technology as my degree is not recognized in US. Please tell me whether it would help me get a job later? What kind of jobs can one get with that. Would it be better to do associates in accounting or computers?
And to make it more easier, just tell me whats the type of comp jobs that pays more then $30 per hour. Not to mention, what type of courses are required to get this job? Last, is it possible to get any of these jobs in under 3 yrs of college courses (computer classes, of course). Also, whats the name of the major that is best suited for it?
Last, make sure its a job where it does not include anything with creating/building/fixing computers (well, except of soft wares, games, or computer programs)
I really like computers so I was thinking what kinda jobs are there were you have to work on a computer? And not like stay at home work, but like buisiness stuff I suppose? I would say something like being in a cubicle but Im not really sure what I would be working on then? Anyway any job ( thats not at home) that I can work on computer would be cool, and please explain what I would be doing. Thanks!
I only have a high school diploma. Working right now on my degree in Computer Science. I really want a desk job of some kind but not doing phones all day. I can take phone calls but not all day. I'm just so ready to be done with warehouse jobs and into something that has more growth potential.
What do I need to do in order to get out from doing warehouse jobs and into getting a white collar job? I wouldn't mind working for a law firm doing entry level work for example.
And what do you study and what do they lead to as a future job?
The e-mail goes like this:
Thanks for your interest in Yahoo. We would like to invite you for an interview with Yahoo for a Test Engineer (hardware) Co-op position on Tuesday, 10/28. Please provide me your availability ASAP (please provide 1-2 options).
I met theme at a job fair, so this is a real e-mail, not a scam. It's not yahoo though, it's a different company.
Hello, i'm a junior in high school , my gpa is somewhere between an 83 and an 86 (im not sure at the moment =p) and am interested in two fields of jobs. One being computers/technology, one being pharmacy. But if possible i would more enjoy a job in computers and technology seeing pharmacy requires a lot of school. What are some jobs that pay decent that have to do with building computers, or possibly overseeing a system of computers or anything of the sort?
I am planning on doing Army ROTC in college and majoring in either Eletrical Engineering, Computer Engineering, Computer science, and (maybe just maybe) Accounting. Does the military, more specifically the Army, use eletrical/computer engineer majors or computer science majors? I basically don't want to go to college and work my ass of in one of these fields then not use any of it,thus forget all I have learned, when I join the military. I am really interest in the Army since my father and brother are currently in. If i do ROTC, I would become an officer and I couldn't find any engineering jobs as an officer besides the Corps of Engineers which is more like civil engineering and "bomb-finding". So the underlying question, does the Army use any of the above engineers? Would I be better of joining the National Guard, Navy, or Air Force (since I'm pretty sure these branches use these kind of engineers)? I always wanted to join the Army to serve my nation and I always wanted to become an Engineer/ CS guy but it seems like those two options don't mix.
I'm on my last semester at college about to earn my degree in Computer Information Systems. It's only an associates and i plan on continuing to get the Bachelors degree but i have to wait till fall to continue. So i was wondering what job should i try and get into that will help prepare me for after graduation.
When preparing ethernet cable, hardware engineer strip the ends of the cable, then insert them into connectors. After that, they test the cable with a device. What that device is called?
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 am a sophomore attending college and I am having a little bit of trouble knowing what to major in. I would like some advice on which degree would be better to have. What types of jobs would be open for those degrees?
I need to know everything like the Requirements and also what they do and also where can you find a job like this. Also how much would they get pay monthly or weekly or yearly. HELP PLEASE. Im using this for a school project.
I plan on continuing to get a bachelors but i want to know what kind of jobs can i get just an associates and what are the pay rates
Hi. I'm a senior in high school and I am most likely to go into the engineering field of chemistry. I wanted to know all the different jobs or objectives a chemical engineer would do during his or her work hours.
I am currently a 1st year irregular college student taking I.T. I transferred schools and my majors never got credited. But it's okay because i am slowly getting the logics in programming in Java. This next semester i am taking a System Analysis and Design(SADSIGN) and i am getting nervous because even though i am pretty good at logics, i am not that good at coding. But since it is a case study, we will be on group, we will be four i think. Project manager, Analyst, Documentation, and the programmer. I am asking what jobs i can get after graduating I.T. because what if i graduated I.T. and still not that good at coding, i am hoping that there will be a jobs that will require less programming. Like Database manager or in Multimedia or in charge of Network. So is there jobs that doesn't require hardcore programming skills?
I know you can with a computer science degree but what about computer information systems.
Also can you get the same jobs as if you would with a computer science degree.