What would you like to do?
With an associate's degree in information technology, you can become a programmer, database manager/administrator, systems analyst, cryptographer, web page designer, etc.
An associate's degree in health information technology qualifies candidates for an entry level job in several types of facilities. Some of the places that someone with thi…s degree could work are hospitals, doctor's offices, and nursing homes.
I have one and so far the answer is none.
Jobs as a engineering technician, which basically perform tests that the engineers tell them to perform.
You mean a BS in Information Technology? (It's usually not very artistic ;) My BS degree in Computer Information Systems included a lot of IT stuff. IT is very gene…ralized. Most IT people I know wear many hats: setting up new computers; installing software; occasionally, some programming; administrative ("admin") tasks, like assigning and maintaining user permissions; coordinating system functions, such as EDI communications with the business systems. It can be very stressful, but, if you like holding a company's heart in your hand, it can be very rewarding.
According to me degree doesnt matter tht much if u are really skilled in programming and networking concepts.... and above all u shud one database good knowledge ma…y be say oracle.... and u r good to go....degree never made u earn high or less,,,, its how pratical u are and how fast ur brain work to grasp things and find a solution .. thanks and regards microsoft support engineer shahid
computer programmer system administrator system analyst information manager
A degree in Information Technology Management can land you a job in a few fields of work. Information Technology would be one field, Database Administrator, programming, possi…bly working for a software company writing or revising a tax program for the upcoming tax year. There is also consulting work you can do for some of the big software companies. Enterprise Resource Planning (E.R.P.) programs such as Oracle, Sage, and Mas 500 to name a few. Would need someone with programming knowledge to help get the software installed and see that every module the company needs is in place as well as making sure modules the company do not need are not installed. Say I owned a landscape business and I had an E.R.P. to help manage my business. I would want to track finances and labor expenses but I wouldn't have any use for a module that kept track of inventory since my company is providing a service and not selling any products there would be no inventory to keep track of. Say later on down the road I start my own nursery then I would want to keep track of inventory.
Health information technician in a hospital, clinic or other health care facility.
work at game stop i think or a video game tech thingy?????
its just depend on the field u choose. Database administrating, mainframes, software and hardware technologies, ethical hacking, security analyst,Hardware and network admini…strating ,Mainframes,linux administrator ... ect.... there are number of relating posts are there around the world. i am also from IT. i has been wrking as Ethical Hacker fro 2 years. currently now i am an Security analyst. central govt job it is. so dont worry ...u will be gettin in gud
There are some of the jobs you can get at the link below.
If i get a job in Technology then i would like a software developer.
There are many different job titles that are considered to be information technology jobs. Some of these titles include: applications developer, applications architect, networ…k manager, web developer, and business intelligence analyst.