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Management is not for everyone. If you enjoy dealing with people, trying to get the most out of people and working to overcome whatever obstacles the people you manage face, then you will probably enjoy managing.
While some may say that in order to move up in your career, you must move into management, that may not necessarily be the best choice if you do not enjoy managing. The most important thing to remember is to enjoy your job. Moving up the corporate ladder into a job that you may not enjoy is not a good idea even though it is the expected thing to do.
There are ways to move into senior positions that do not involve managing other people and you may want to explore that if you think management is not for you. Regardless, managing people (whether you enjoy it or not) is a good experience to have.
I'm a Graduate of Bsc.IT and quite satisfied by my Job.IT is the only particular field in the entire Career Circle,where you are not bounded by boundaries and you can apply for Job in any part of the World and get paid in satisfying Amount for your Work.
Whilst the value of general IT staff (installation engineers, support workers) is in decline because of an oversupply of workers with basic computer knowledge there is an desperate demand for workers with a real mix of technical and social skills. A management role can be extremely rewarding - both in financial and achievement terms. Be warned though, that many companies see their IT departments as a necessary evil and you will generally be swimming against the tide trying to get resources to deliver and support the technology the business requires to succeed.