People with jobs in the career field of information technology (IT) use computers, software, networks, servers, and other technology to manage and store data.
Job titles can vary greatly from one company to another.
For instance, one company may recruit for a “developer” where another recruits for a “programmer” — but the work may be precisely the same at the two companies, despite the difference in job titles. …
Also, many of the skills in this field are transferable, which means candidates can apply for many different roles.
Web developers design and create websites.
Database administrators keep data organized and accessible to people who need it.
Network administrators ensure that day-to-day operations work.
Computer network architects design, build, and maintain a variety of data communication networks.
Computer support specialists helps computer users and organizations.Some of these specialists (often called computer network support specialists or technical support specialists) support computer networks by testing and evaluating network systems.
Others (sometimes called computer support specialists or help-desk technicians) provide customer service by helping people with their computer problems.
Database administrators help store and organize data or companies and/or customers. They protect the data from unauthorized users.
Some work for companies that provide computer design services.
Others work for organizations with large database systems, such as educational institutions, financial firms, and more.
Information security analysts help defend an organization’s computer network and computer systems. They plan and carry out a variety of security measures, such as installing and using software, and simulating cyber attacks to test systems.
Software developers design, run, and test various computer programs and applications.
Artificial intelligence/ Machine learning engineers design systems that mimic sophisticated human cognitive responses during interactions with users.
They program systems to tap extensive data fields to solve problems based on environmental and user cues and input.