Users in this career have rated it a 2.4 in terms of their own personal satisfaction with the career. This figure represents an average taken from the responses of 48 MyPlan.com users during registration.
Users were asked to rate their happiness in their current occupation as being either "Very Happy" (4), "Happy" (3), "Mixed / Neutral" (2), "Not Happy" (1), or "Miserable" (0).
Users in this Career Group
There are 138 users in this career group. They represent 9 different countries. You can see the list of users in this career group by clicking on one of the links below. You can also join this career group simply by selecting your current status and clicking "Add Me."
If you are thinking about going into IT, I would say learn learn and learn more hands on then books, because ultimately books are of no use these days if you run into a problem and you do not know the solution books will not help you hands on experience will be the only thing that will be helpfull. Its good to go to a technical school, like computer career center or briar cliff college or something of that short and learn the hands on experience. Certifications are good to get your foot in the door or at least get you an interview but if you are certified and do not know what they ask you will not be able to get the position. My motto is practice makes perfect. Do volunteer work fix you neighbors computer fix your familys computer but do hands on that will be the only thing that will help you. Also do more hands on in class room and less books. Like read something and try to do it on the computer, or with the pc that you have in front of you.