There are many concerns that deter people from going this route, but the truth is that there are also some attractive advantages. IT professionals and recruiters alike say there are plenty of perks to starting out (or supplementing) your career in IT with contract positions.
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Working with Internet of Things (IoT) is about as cutting-edge as it gets for aspiring IT pros, which means you’ll be working with some state-of-the-art technology. But before you sign yourself up for this adventure, learn from the experts about this hot new concept.
A recent report lists IT salaries rising at an average rate of 5.7 percent this year. You're probably wondering why this is happening. More importantly, you want to know how you can get in on these enticing IT salaries. Learn about one IT expert's take on the situation.
You might assume a career in IT consists of 40 hours a week sitting in front of a computer at an isolated desk. But that’s just not the case! Building, repairing and maintaining hard drives and computer servers could give you the same satisfaction as working on cars or roofs. We connected with some IT pros to learn about five hands-on IT jobs where working with your hands will be just as important as working with a computer.
Your curriculum will help you acquire the foundation of knowledge and skills on which you will build your entire career. So it’s logical to be curious about the types of information technology courses you’ll be taking. Get a sneak peek at five of the intriguing IT courses included in the Rasmussen College IT management program.
How do you get started in an intimidating field like information technology? The answer: as a help desk technician. It may not seem like a glamorous job, but IT pros say it has the potential to launch your career to new heights. Hear what they have to say.
Many people assume IT pros are boring and nerdy, but there are plenty who insist having a tech pro by your side comes in handy in many everyday situations. We connected with some IT pros and those who love them to get the lowdown on the advantages of marrying a tech pro.
If you're looking for a program that will prime you for success in a variety of technology careers, you're probably considering IT versus computer science. We created this infographic to provide you with a side-by-side comparison of these fields of study so you can decide which suits you best.
It's no secret that the job market can be competitive. So how can you be sure to stand out among your peers and catch the eye of that big-name company? We talked to tech pros from around the world to get their insight on three of the most in-demand IT skills that are sure to make your resume pop.
With the rise of computer and mobile technology over the last decade, IT careers have become even more fast-paced, creative and full of perks. Not to mention the fact that some starting salaries for IT workers can be relatively high.
In the wake of America's economic struggles, the tech world is constantly seeking new blood and fresh ideas. The rate at which tech pros are developing new trends and technological concepts suggests that the tech field is constantly evolving.
If you've got some experience and are looking to take the next step in your tech career, one option is to move into management. We called on industry experts to help us identify the three things you need to become an IT manager.