Information Technology Articles

With Tech jobs being the second largest industry to add jobs for 2014, the need for qualified IT professionals has never been more necessary. Technology is evolving at the tip of our fingers and the skills required to create the technology is becoming more challenging and hard for employers to find.

Put your best self forward this year by sharpening your skills and knowledge in Information Technology. Let us help you decode some of those necessary skills for career growth. Explore our articles below.

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Once you've graduated with a degree in information technology, you're ready to land that big job. Luckily, the careers in the field of information technology are some of the fastest growing in the country. In fact, the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) reports that computer system analyst jobs will grow...[Continue Reading]
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It's hard to come up with a reason not to pursue a technology career given the employment outlook for the sector. For one, IT-related jobs are some of the best-paying careers for new college graduates. In fact, on ThinkAdvisor's list of the 30 best-paying college majors and careers, those affiliated...[Continue Reading]
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With the use of technology increasing by the day, the job outlook for technical positions is improving exponentially. More and more companies find themselves in need of a good social media manager who can juggle their website, blog, Facebook, and Twitter accounts for them so they can focus on their business....[Continue Reading]
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Video games have been around for decades. While their popularity in pizza parlors and shopping malls isn't what it used to be, gamers continue to carve out a large portion of their days and nights to play games on consoles and desktop computers at home. Year after year, videogame makers develop groundbreaking...[Continue Reading]
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Almost all companies, large or small, have an Information Technology -- or IT -- department that handles all the technological issues that arise. Generally, they may be viewed as the guys and gals who reboot the system or come to your station to reinstall new software. Although they perform these tasks...[Continue Reading]
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