Internet experts Morris and Massie provide the kind of real-world guidance, hard-to-find information, and practical advice you simply won't find anywhere else. Discover the skills you need to really compete for the most sought-after jobs in cyberspace. Learn how to plan for maximum success and how to plot a challenging and rewarding career path.
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Massie and Morris take a forward-looking approach in their guide to finding a computer-based career. They avoid creating a simple catalog of jobs, knowing that the online world is changing too rapidly. Their focus is on larger job types--those that exist today and those that trends indicate may be coming. For example, rather than tell you what it takes to administer this system or that, the authors look at the types of skills that will be required to be any type of system administrator, now or in the future. They also inform you how to keep up to date on the emerging systems.
Cybercareers begins with a look at the trends shaping cyberspace, then examines what is necessary to make it in an ever-changing market. The book goes into self-development and surveys the present areas of opportunity. Massie and Morris examine a wide range of career areas, including technical, administrative, and artistic. In each case they focus on the skills, education, and experience that are most likely to be required for each job role and how to go about getting them. They augment their own thoughts with tips from a variety of people who have been successful in a wide range of cybercareers. --Elizabeth LewisFrom the Back Cover:
With the explosive growth of the Internet has come a dramatic increase in the Internet-related job market -- and a shortage of qualified applicants. This book will help employers understand Internet skills and hiring requirements, and it will help job-seekers understand exactly how to succeed in the Internet marketplace.Walks through several Internet career paths, describing the skills required, often including multi-disciplinary skills. Provides a detailed overview of how to identify appropriate candidates to fill Internet positions. Discusses requirements for positions related to Internet infrastructure, content development, and intranets. Reviews the business skills that Internet job-seekers need to succeed, including the ability to handle change, excellence in practical reasoning, and an entrepreneurial, "self-starter" mindset. Considers the latest trends in Internet development, and makes cogent predictions about future jobs and the skills required to fill them.All individuals seeking employment in positions that require Internet skills. All hiring managers, recruiters and job counselors who need to improve their expertise in hiring and referring Internet job candidates.
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