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IF YOU WANT TO GET AN IT JOB READ THIS!!

The IT industry has a lot of jobs with a different variety of skill levels and skill sets, and varying wages. If you are looking to get into the IT industry I have gathered some jobs in this article and explain everything you need to know anything about them. Here is five jobs that I have chosen and everything you need to know about them:

 

Job 1

Communication and networking

IT manager

What the person does in detail:

IT managers job includes being able to research and install new systems and networks, directing other IT workers such as developers and support specialist, responsible for planning and implementing a budget, responsible for providing the needs of IT workers that includes purchasing hardware and software and getting upgrades and backups of hardware and software systems, securing data from attacks, train and mentor new IT employees and keep up with the latest technologies.

Skills (e.g. team working, communication):

Leadership, Team player, Determined, Independent, Time management, confidence and self-motivation.

Qualifications required:

To become an IT manager, you need the following qualifications: HND in business (Information technology), computing, computing (IT system support), Postgraduate in computing, Information system, software engineering and business management with computer science.

Typical wage:

£40000 to £65000

References:

https://www.prospects.ac.uk/job-profiles/information-systems-manager

https://nationalcareers.service.gov.uk/job-profiles/it-project-manager

 

 

Job 2

Operating systems

Software engineer

What the person does in detail:

Software engineers are responsible for creating and maintaining systems to specific needs and requirements, they are also responsible for writing programs and designing code for software and hardware systems, you may use programming codes such as java or C# also you’ll have to make recommendations for future developments by researching and designing new programs and operating systems and regularly looking for software defects by maintaining and monitoring computer systems.

Skills (e.g. team working, communication):

Problem solving, determination, creativity, technical skills, confidence, self-motivation and time management.

 

Qualifications required:

College:

To become a software engineer you need A level in computer science, level 3 in programming, higher national certificate in computing

University:

To become a software engineer you need computer science information technology, software development, financial technology and software engineering.

Typical wage:

£20000 to £70000

References:

https://www.prospects.ac.uk/job-profiles/software-engineer

https://nationalcareers.service.gov.uk/job-profiles/software-developer

 

 

Job 3

Data base and business intelligence

Data analyst

What the person does in detail:

Data analysts are constantly using spreadsheets and working with data, they responsible for looking and finding data and using that data by creating and structuring data bases and creating advanced analytical models to analyse the data to look for patterns and trends and explain the data presented to help to create business strategies for all types of different businesses also data analyst track the performance of businesses and try to improve businesses’ strategies.

Skills (e.g. team working, communication):

Attention to detail, organised, problem solving, communication, team working and confidence.

Qualifications required:

To become a data analyst, you need qualifications and degrees in:

Statistics, Mathematics, Economics, operational research and psychology

Typical wage:

£23000 to £70000

References:

https://www.prospects.ac.uk/job-profiles/data-analyst

https://nationalcareers.service.gov.uk/job-profiles/data-analyst-statistician

 

 

 

 

 

 

Job 4

Management information systems

Network manager

What the person does in detail:

Network managers roles include establishing, installing and developing computer networks within an organisation or between organisations. You’ll offer your services to users that can be staff, clients or suppliers and implementing solutions for problems that need to be solved by constantly upgrading, maintaining and monitoring the performance of network systems and making sure to install the newest technologies to stay up to date and maximize the performance of network systems.

Skills (e.g. team working, communication):

Leadership, confidence, self-motivation, time management, technical skills, problem solving, degermation and team player.

Qualifications required:

You need qualifications and degrees in:

network engineering, computer science, electronic engineering, network security and software engineering.

Typical wage:

£22000 to £70000

References:

https://www.prospects.ac.uk/job-profiles/network-engineer

https://nationalcareers.service.gov.uk/job-profiles/network-engineer

 

 

Job 5

Digital media

Web developer

What the person does in detail:

Your job as software engineer is to create products that meets the needs and requirements of your clients that involves witting code in different programming languages, creating and designing applications, fix bugs and glitches in applications, learn and test new technologies that allows you to improve your applications also regularly run benchmarking tests and constantly improve the code to ensure that the application is running smoothly and successfully to meet the client’s needs.

Skills (e.g. team working, communication):

Team work, determination, problem solving, confidence, communication and technical knowledge such as coding.

Qualifications required:

University:

To become a Web developer, you need web design and development, computer science, digital media development and software engineering.

 

College:

To become a Web developer, you need Level 3 Diploma in Web Development, T level in Digital Production, Design and Development, Level 4 Diploma in Software Development and a Level 5 Diploma in Computing

Typical wage:

£20000 to £50000

References:

https://www.prospects.ac.uk/job-profiles/web-developer

https://nationalcareers.service.gov.uk/job-profiles/web-developer

 

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