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RADO RAFIRINGA

There are different branches of IT. Some require you to be more technical than others. If you are a project manager for example, it matters more than you know how to track resources, people, and coordinate them to achieve a business objective, rather than deal with getting your hands dirty in the technical implementations.

It definitely helps that you know exactly the organizational functions of each IT teams and their members. Network engineers will deal with telecom, wiring the network, configuring routers and switches, etc... systems engineer build servers, and install applications according to specifications, and test them before release into the production environment. Systems administrators will take over from there and manage those servers and applications. Most of the time the Systems Engineers are also Systems Administrators. And the smaller the organization, the more likely you will have to wear many hats.

While you may be uncertain about IT, I can tell you that sometimes you don't like a job until you actually find out that you are really good at it.

Answered 2 years ago

RADO RAFIRINGA
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Ricky Sharma

Hey Bud,

I can understand the situation , I've faced these issues aswell. Think , what you want to be in future and what subject sound super interesting to you. Make a list like 1st is computer networks, 2nd is system analysis and design and so on. think and talk to your self and check what knowledge you have already ? do you like to read blogs and tech news or any other media which sounds fascinating to you. if you find those answers then all you need to do is go with it .

and you can make it but very imp task is you have to listen you mind and ask what you mind know most of these subjects .

Rick

Answered 2 years ago

Ricky Sharma