By Marjorie Eberts, Margaret Gisler
Careers For. . . * number of CAREERS proven. From the most obvious to the vague, readers could be capable of discover careers that fit their pursuits. * profession PROFILES. comprises whole activity descriptions and wage levels. * expert INTERVIEWS. let scholar to work out what jobs are quite like and what it took to get them. * confirmed guidance. aid scholars comprehend what it takes to get the task in their desires and the stairs to get there.
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Page v Contents Acknowledgments vii Chapter One Careers for Computer Buffs 1 Chapter Two Working with Hardware 17 Chapter Three Working with Software 31 Chapter Four Providing Computer Services 49 Chapter Five Solving Users' Problems 57 Chapter Six Operating Computer Systems 69 Chapter Seven Managing Information Systems 83 Chapter Eight Using the Computer in Special Areas 97 Chapter Nine Finding Internet Jobs 109 Page vi Chapter Ten Using Computers on the Job 121 Chapter Eleven Exploring Future Computer Careers 143 Appendix Accredited Programs in Computing 151 About the Authors 168 Page vii Acknowledgments No industry changes faster than the computer industry, with its rapid technological innovations.
This international network has started a communications revolution that is moving so rapidly that the Net, as the Internet is often called, is different every few months. This revolution will be long lasting and widespread and will ultimately change the ways in which people communicate with each other. Many visionary and colorful people have played important roles in the developing computer industry. Most are young, and many are millionairesa few are billionaires. Computer buffs are well aware of Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak, who created the Apple computer in a garage, and of Bill Gates and Paul Allen, who founded Microsoft while Bill was still in his teens.
For individuals in this position, the next career step is into a research and development lab manager position or some type of marketing or manufacturing management position. He moved into a position in manufacturing where he managed forty engineers and technical specialists. Today, Loyal has left the hardware side of computing to manage a software project. Advice Loyal points out that as growth has accelerated in the computer industry, it is now easier for college graduates to find entry-level positions in design.
Careers for Computer Buffs & Other Technological Types by Marjorie Eberts, Margaret Gisler