More than just a guide to getting an IT job, this essential resource shows you how to establish and sustain your IT career. You'll get details on the hard technical skills, soft skills, work ethic, values, and disposition that IT managers are looking for in candidates for a range of IT roles, as well as advice on possible career paths.. . About the Author:. Leslie Jaye Goff is a freelance writer who has been covering IT career and workplace issues for more than 15 years. She is a regular contributor to Computerworld, and has written for The New York Times, CIO, Information Week, Red Herring, and other national publications.
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Make strides in the hottest profession of the Information Age. .
Join, or advance within, the most exciting employment sector of the 21st Century--Information Technology--which offers a broad range of rewarding career opportunities. This book is loaded with savvy, practical advice from a seasoned career observer and dispels many myths about the IT profession--including the need for a computer science degree! Profiles of working IT professionals provide realistic examinations of dozens of IT positions. Whether you are new to the work force or are redirecting your career, this essential guide offers practical advice for how to plan, start, and manage your IT career.. .
Leslie Jaye Goff (New York, NY) has been writing about IT careers and management since 1986, most recently as a freelance writer for Computerworld, Catalog Age's I-Merchant, Internet Week, Information Week, CIO and other computer publications and Web sites.
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Book Description McGraw-Hill Osborne Media, 2001. Paperback. Book Condition: New. 1. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0072126833