Computer programmers write code to create software applications. They use programming languages like Java, Python, and C++ to develop instructions for computers to follow. Programmers can work on a variety of different software projects, such as developing operating systems, mobile apps, and video games.
IT support specialists provide technical support to users of computer systems and networks. They troubleshoot problems, answer questions, and provide guidance on how to use software and hardware. IT support specialists can work in a variety of settings, such as corporate offices, educational institutions, and healthcare organizations.
Data analysts collect, clean, and analyze data to extract meaningful insights. They use their findings to help businesses make better decisions. Junior data analysts typically have strong analytical and problem-solving skills, as well as some experience with data analysis tools.
Help desk analysts provide first-line technical support to users of computer systems and networks. They resolve simple problems and escalate more complex issues to more experienced technicians. Help desk analysts typically have strong customer service skills and a basic understanding of computers and networks.
Network support specialists install, configure, and maintain computer networks. They troubleshoot network problems and ensure that networks are running smoothly and efficiently. Network support specialists typically have strong technical skills and experience with network equipment and software.
Cybersecurity analysts develop and implement security measures to protect computer systems and networks from cyberattacks. They monitor network traffic for suspicious activity and investigate security incidents. Cybersecurity analysts typically have strong technical skills and experience with security tools and technologies.