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Debugging Your Information Technology Career: A Compass to New and Rewarding Fields That Value Computer Knowledge

Janice Weinberg

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ISBN 10: 0979333709 / ISBN 13: 9780979333705
Published by Elegant Fix Press, 2007
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Title: Debugging Your Information Technology Career...

Publisher: Elegant Fix Press

Publication Date: 2007

Book Condition:Good

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The weak economy is heightening competition for computer jobs, while exerting downward pressure on compensation. Many IT professionals are considering changing careers, but are concerned about wasting the investment in their education and experience. That concern should be dispelled by Debugging Your Information Technology Career, which features twenty alternative fields where computer professionals' technical knowledge will be an asset. The author has drawn from her own IT background at IBM and GE to identify these careers. While most of them aren't usually considered computer jobs, computer proficiency is a key qualification for success in each. Readers will learn job-search strategies tailored to particular fields, including guidance in writing a strong resume, interviewing, and identifying employers. While there are many books providing IT career advice, Weinberg's gives new meaning to the term "computer job," demonstrating that an IT professional's knowledge constitutes precious currency in a world dependent on computer technology.

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Janice Weinberg is uniquely qualified to advise information technology professionals on career matters. She acquired her IT knowledge as a systems programmer for IBM, and later at GE, where she held marketing, sales management, and strategic planning roles in GE's computer services business. Subsequently, Weinberg served as an adjunct faculty member of GE's Management Development Institute. Today, as founder of Career Solutions of Westport, Connecticut, she serves an international clientele of Fortune 1000 executives. In reviewing Weinberg's first book, How to Win the Job You Really Want (Henry Holt & Co.), Booklist wrote, "In the crowded field of job-hunting books, Weinberg's guide stands out by successfully pulling together a wide range of useful information and offering it clearly and effectively." Her innovative ideas have received exposure in over 250 print, broadcast, and online media outlets, including the New York Times, Christian Science Monitor, Mademoiselle, ComputerWorld Canada, Silicon.com, and eWeek.com.

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