Have you tried turning it off and turning it back on again? OK, so IT jobs are a lot more involved than this, whatever the IT Crowd would have us believe.
If you’re a techy and proud then a career in IT can be financially – and indeed personally – rewarding.
So, what IT job can I do?
Depending on your interests, qualifications, experiences and skills there are a huge selection of jobs to choose from.
We take a look at some IT industry job descriptions…
You'll be part of the IT crowd if you work in a technical support job or as a helpdesk operator, monitoring and maintaining the computer systems as well as the networks within an organisation. This is the busy front-line, dealing directly with employees or customers who have technical issues such as forgotten passwords, viruses or email issues.
It may not be the best-paid job in IT but top salaries of £47K aren’t to be sniffed at!
IT support job description
So if you’re a computer whizz with great organisational skills then a career as a technical architect (or IT systems architect) will suit you perfectly as you'll work to deliver innovative, cost-effective and efficient IT solutions to a business.
And you’ll be paid accordingly with top technical architects earning in the region of £80K.
Technical architect job description
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IT support jobs
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