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Rossanna

It depends on what you mean by IT. I majored in Computer Science and information technology positions were the ones I applied for. There are a lot of entry-level positions available for software developers and testers. I would suggest going to companys' websites and looking to see if they have any new grad positions. A lot of companies have started making positions available specifically to new grads, and it's a great way to start off a career.

Answered 3 years ago

Rossanna
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Jeff Hauge

Two entry level positions come to mind for me. Help desk analyst and Desktop analyst. Many medium and large companies have a large need for motivated and intelligent individuals to help solve IT problems. Both of the positions I mentioned offer on-the-job training. Some of the tasks may become repetitive and tedious for a truly motivated IT person, but the position offers a good view of how the entire IT departments are run and how they work together. Starting with either one of those positions you can direct your career into the higher level department within the company.

I would also recommend contacting a professional recruiting company. Many large companies pay requiting companies to find people like you to work for them. The requiting company does a lot of the filtering of applicants. They work very hard to put people like you into positions that works great for the company they are filling requests for.

You should also sign-up on LinkedIn @linkedin.com. Recruiters are also on linkedIn and post professional level jobs Online recruiters will contact you about positions you might be interested in.

Answered 3 years ago

Jeff Hauge