My name is Cody, i live in Ontario, Canada. I am 15 and just started high school. I want too work for Bell Canada someday, store person, telecommunications technician, anything, preferably technician. What should i do too reach my life goal?
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)
Whats the difference between getting A+ certification and MCSE certification? Are there any others that are more valuable?
What are some of the more basic entry level jobs in the IT field?
I've looked up job possibilties...careers I might go with in the future, but I'm wondering if I've overlooked any possibilities.
I am not sure if I should accept this apprenticeship program offer with the JATC. I need to hear from someone who knows or better yet, a journeyman technician. I appreciate all feedback, thanks!
What classes should I take in College? Can I take them at a Community college? What degrees do I need? Finally, How do I get a job in it where do I go?
Our family decided to move in NY and i just wanna know if my dad can still work even though he's already 63 yrs. old. he was a Telecommunications Technician in Saudi Arabia.
Like is there any networking jobs or network security jobs?
Thanks for the info, appreciate it.
I am thinking of changing my major for my associates degree to something that I can get a job that makes an ok amount of money while I work further my education. What type of associates degree would be the most benifical?
I know that a lot of the major electronic companies that used to repair devices, now no longer do, but there has to be companies that still hire Electronics Technicians? Does anyone know of any companies, job fields, ect, that still use techs?
I hear the pickings for jobs are pretty skimpy for OCS because Academy and ROTC grads get first grabs. By he time it comes to OCS, the cool jobs are gone. Is this true? Is it possible to get these?
Does anyone know what you have to make on the ASVAB to qualify for a job in information technology in the Navy?
Right now i'm 15 and invlolved in what i would want to be.
My main choice is to at least have a job involved with computer science.
What are the options on what i could be?
Aircraft maintenance technician or industrial electrician in Canada? Care to state why you think which is better?
I have chosen the job as an aerographer in the Navy over being in IT and am wondering if I am making the right decision. I was told not many people qualify for this job and that I should keep it rather than get a job change before I go to boot camp. The only thing I read is about what they do and haven't found any feedback from someone who has experience doing it. Dep.rec.wl
I have an associate degree in electronics, and I am going to Devry University,and I want to get into telecommuncations,where should I stared to get into network in a wirelesss company.
Other than telemarketing, i've heard it has something to do with computer engineering.
I want to join the navy, and I'm positive I will score high on the computer part of the ASVAB, and I want to, I want to get my degree in CIS which is software programming, I'm just curious do these people get deployed often? I know its pretty random, but the job has some thing to do with it.
how long are u out at sea after boot camp?
For cable installation, internet, phone, all those kind of cable installation. Also do you receive training when hired?
I choose these options and Im not sure what job I could get with them:
Geography, Art, Electronics and Ict