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Information about I.T


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I'm sure you've all used a type of computer, maybe you own a laptop, or a mobile phone, or an iPod. All those are types of computers, that's why the Information and Communication Technology sector is as big as it is!

This job sector is forever growing, and ICT skills are becoming so demanding in today's job market. Companies who have websites would have probably had a web designer create it for them, or maybe a school's computer systems have gone down and they need an engineer or technician to come in and fix them. The market has hundreds of different jobs in.

There are basically two sides to ICT - you could either know how to use it, or know how it works, or maybe even both! As long as you're interested in this sector, developing your skills in it could be a brilliant career move!

John Sanchez

New Member
IT or ICT very useful career, you can help others to stablish new goals and the knowledge behind it is necessary to be a PRO IT MAN. I've studied Network Engineering and Telecomunications Technician. I'm an IT Guy, helping all the time people with computers or electronics devices or digital devices.

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