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Your Job on the Line

Your Job on the Line

May 1, 2007
Mary Hobson
Technology Schools Columnist

If you think that carrying a cell phone is simply a way of keeping in touch, think again! IBM and a number of other technology companies are working on different aspects of "presence technology," which may allow you to use your cell phone to figure out where you are, access many different services and anticipate your needs.

Technology Schools Collaborate

This fusion of different kinds of information technology is a natural part of our technological progress. However, it may not be easy to put together applications and hardware in this way, and technology schools may be bombarded with requests for their best graduates. Add this to tech schools' desire to keep graduates on as researchers, and you may see the enormous career opportunities at may be open to you if you may study for an information technology degree.

Updating the Information Technology Curriculum

Technology schools may update their degree programs constantly, to give their students an education that may put them on the cutting edge. Information technology programs need to keep abreast of the newest applications and technologies in computer-related jobs, as well as what will be used in the future.

So, take a look at the different technology degree programs available, and select an education that may suit your career aspirations. You may be able to build a career with financial security that may also give you an exciting life.



About the Author

Mary Hobson is the Head of IT School at a Polytechnic in New Zealand. She also works as a freelance writer.