Jobs in IT

To begin look for 5  jobs that are related to an IT function Use the Picture below for reference.

As you probably have noticed not all jobs have the same name as the picture above or only have one qualification.

People with jobs in information technology (IT) use computers, software, networks, servers, and other technology to manage and store data. IT job titles can vary significantly from one company to another.

For instance, one company may recruit a “developer” while another company recruits a “programmer” but the work may be precisely the same at the two companies, despite the job title variation. Also many of the skills in this field are transferable, which means candidates may be qualified for many different roles.

We got 2 major different job structures in IT:

  • We got Infrastructure services Jobs

Just imagine you are working as a Network Engineer.

Most of the time you are going to solve issues related to network connection issues. But as a Network Engineer you are also responsible for improving , securing and building the network.

In every IT job it is  important that you school yourself in the best way possible. As a network engineer security is becoming more and more important.

Securing your data is always a priority for every company.

There are a lot more jobs related to Infrastructure but important to know is that these jobs require a mix of hardware and software related skillsets.

  • And we got Developer Jobs

Software developers are the creative minds behind software programs, and they have the technical skills to build those programs or to oversee their creation by a team. They create software that enables users to perform specific tasks on computer devices.

Those tasks might involve playing a game, watching a movie, writing a business letter, or building a spreadsheet. Specialized software is created or customized for virtually every profession, industry, and government department.

Developers can work in systems software or in applications such as those for mobile devices, but their duties are similar in many cases:

  • Develop and test software to meet consumers’ and clients’ needs.
  • Recommend and develop upgrades for existing applications.
  • Create models and diagrams to show programmers the code needed for applications.
  • Monitor quality and performance of applications through testing and maintenance.
  • Document all work for future reference.

Now you know the overall differences between the different IT jobs. If it is still not clear for you what interests you the most don’t worry in the next chapters we are going deeper into some of these Jobs.