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- Computer technician. What you'd do: Computer technicians often wear many hats in IT and most eventually branch off into specializations in the field. Computer technicians generally work independently, for a business or company, or in a computer repair shop.
- Desktop support technician. What you'd do: Desktop support technicians are first in line when a problem arises with a company’s desktop computers. As a desktop support technician you will have to troubleshoot problems either in person or remotely and help restore the customer’s computer to working condition.
- Help desk technician. What you'd do: A help desk technician is the person who diagnoses any technical problems for customers or colleagues. While they aren’t usually responsible for fixing the problem, a help desk technician will be able to discover the issue, so that the customer or colleague can have the issue fixed by another person in the IT department.
- Help desk analyst. Many tech workers have debuted on the help desk. Typically, you’ll start off at Tier 1, which is triage work where calls regarding complex issues are processed to Tier 2 for more in-depth support.
- PC technician. If you like taking things apart and putting them back together again, this could be the job for you. PC technicians offer hands-on technical support in an enterprise environment.
- Computer operator. Here you’ll keep the IT infrastructure up and running. A job as a computer operator can involve a wide range of functions including — but not limited to — troubleshooting networking issues, performing preventative maintenance on hardware and software, executing batch commands and checking error reports.
- Software developer. In this job, you’ll build applications, usually using compiled languages like Java and C++, fix bugs identified by quality assurance and be responsible for deployment.
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Data Entry Specialist. Kelly 3.8. Howell, MI 48844. Essential data entry skills, like fast typing 30-50 wpm with an eye for detail. Experience with MS Office and data programs. 8 days ago. Save job. Not interested.
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