By Marjorie Eberts, Margaret Gisler
Careers For. . . * number of CAREERS proven. From the most obvious to the imprecise, readers could be capable of discover careers that fit their pursuits. * profession PROFILES. contains whole activity descriptions and wage levels. * specialist INTERVIEWS. enable scholar to work out what jobs are fairly like and what it took to get them. * confirmed directions. aid scholars comprehend what it takes to get the task in their goals and the stairs to get there.
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Loyal became a hardware technical lead and then a project manager doing the hardware design for an array processor board. Twelve years after starting with Hewlett-Packard, he became a section manager for research-grade mass spectrometers in the research and development department. In this position, he directly managed ten engineers and two project managers. This involved evaluating their work and managing their career paths. He also managed some projects directly. Although he sometimes offered engineers design help, Loyal says that the higher you climb in management, the harder it is to return to the technical side.
They also develop programming standards. Career Path Most systems programmers begin as junior or trainee programmers and receive considerable direction from project managers or team leaders. They typically advance to programmers, who receive less supervision, and then to senior systems programmers, who work independently. They can advance to project leader in charge of heading a team of programmers and to manager of operating systems with the responsibility for directing all activities of the department.
In 1996, more than one million new jobs were created in just this one area of the computer industry. Companies are begging for savvy technical types who can help them get on-line, create new hardware, and develop software for the Net as well as for those who have the new skills of a Webmaster or Web graphics designer. There is also a demand for people who can advertise, market, and sell products and services on the Internet. Using Computers on the Job Banks, insurance companies, retailers, hospitals, and manufacturers all have computers playing essential roles in the operation of their businesses.
Careers for Computer Buffs & Other Technological Types by Marjorie Eberts, Margaret Gisler