Career Ideas for Teens in Information Technology by Diane Lindsey Reeves, Gail Karlitz, Don Rauf
  

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Career Ideas for Teens in Information Technology by Diane Lindsey Reeves, Gail Karlitz, Don Rauf

Computers and the Internet are indispensable resources in today's world. Millions rely on computers at work and at home, and email is a convenience that many take for granted. Information technology professionals develop, create, maintain, and operate computer-related technologies. From the technical to the creative, these careers offer something for everyone. Careers profiled include: Artificial intelligence scientist; Bioinformation; Computer animator; Computer game designer; Computer support specialist; Desktop publisher; E-commerce administrator; Information broker; Nanotechnologist; Software developer; Telecommunications engineer; and Wireless engineer.

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... would be valuable in a high school library or high school counselors office. There is a lot of information packed within each volume and a lot of practical tips to get students truly thinking about their career options.

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Format

Hardback
192 pages

Author

Diane Lindsey Reeves, Gail Karlitz, Don Rauf
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Publication date

31st May 2005

ISBN

9780816052936


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