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by Harry Henderson

eBook Career Opportunities in Computers and Cyberspace download ISBN: 0816077983
Author: Harry Henderson
Publisher: Ferguson Pub; 3 edition (May 1, 2011)
Language: English
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The demand for workers proficient in virtually any field involving computers, the Internet, and electronic information continues to grow. With this up-to-date volume, job-seekers can examine more than seventy jobs in the field, from programming to manufacturing to sales.

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The US Department of Labor projects that eight out of ten of the fastest-growing occupations in the United States between 2000 and 2010 will be in computers and that the computer and data processing services industry will have the fastest wage and salary employment growth of all industries.

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Harry Henderson (2004). Career opportunities in computers and cyberspace. Checkmark Books, New York. Great jobs for computer science majors. Uses problem solving skills and computer knowledge to solve business and management problems for organizations and foster improvement in areas such as organization structure, business communication, and productivity. Defines and analyzes problem, interviews employees, develops possible solutions, and presents options to client. Information systems manager.

Career Opportunities in Computer and Cyberspace. New York: Checkmark Books, 1999: 85-86. Job prospects seem to be the very best for most college graduates who have and will soon receive a major in computer sciences of all kind or a related area. is a tough roll for one reason Most computer specialist work with on computer most of the time. Most entrants are recent graduates of many types of training programs (CC 9).

Praise for the previous edition:"...accessible to both high school students and adults...a wealth of background material and well-written text..."—Library JournalThe computer industry—encompassing software and systems design, networking, engineering, security, Web design, e-commerce, mobile technology, and much more—is one of the fastest-growing industries in the nation, according to the Department of Labor. While some programming jobs have been outsourced abroad, professional occupations in this field are expected to see excellent growth in the future.Since the first edition of Career Opportunities in Computers and Cyberspace was published, the digital revolution, combined with a blossoming broadband business on the Internet, have changed the way businesses sell their products, companies conduct business, and individuals communicate. All of these technological advances have had an impact on career opportunities, creating new positions that reflect these advances. Featuring more than 90 career profiles—with more than 15 new to this edition—Career Opportunities in Computers and Cyberspace, Third Edition includes updates of all key information, including salary ranges, employment outlook, and technical advances.New and updated career profiles include:Computer graphics artist/designer Computer system designerData minerHealth information managerInformation architectInternet advertising designerInternet law specialistMedical informatics specialistMobile device designer/engineerMultimedia developerNetwork administratorOnline auction sellerOnline editorSystems integratorTelecommunications engineerUser interface designerand more.
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priced to sell, where other books on this subject go waaay out there in gazing into the future, this guy is a little more down to earth, the best part is its organization, simple, but effective, this is worth the dough
This is an excellent book for anyone that is going into or already working in the IT/Computer industry. It breaks down specific job titles with their salaries.