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Information technology specialists are needed in most office settings. They must understand programming languages and be very computer-savvy. Their job is primarily to fix computer and network problems in offices. As a result, offices rely heavily on their expertise, as the majority of information ...
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MEDIAN: £35,066
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Information technology (IT) consultants work with clients to assist in their computer and other technology needs. IT consultants facilitate the development and implementation of improvements to IT systems used by the client. They also manage new installations of software and hardware as well as data ...
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MEDIAN: £39,464
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Information Technology (IT) Consultant - Accenture , salaries: £39,998 - £71,500
Information Technology (IT) Consultant - Capgemini , salaries: £25,500 - £85,000
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Software developers develop computer applications that allow users to perform specific tasks on computers or other devices. They may also develop or customize existing systems that run devices or control networks. Most of the time, software developers work in an office. A bachelor's degree in software ...
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MEDIAN: £30,345
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Software Developer - Bloomberg LP , salaries: £40,695 - £73,698
Software Developer - Pinewood Technologies , salaries: £21,618 - £30,521
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Software engineer/developer/programmers may work in one major industry or in a vast array of different industries. Some may work for companies that produce and sell exactly what they work with. Many others work in other types of industries that do not sell these products but make use of their own. ...
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MEDIAN: £29,974
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An information technology (IT) support engineer ensures that all of the technological systems that the company uses are maintained and operational. The day-to-day activities of an IT support engineer vary, as new problems and issues may arise because of general wear-and-tear or new problems in software ...
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MEDIAN: £23,444
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Information technology (IT) project managers lead their technical team(s) in design and development tasks. They assist test teams in their efforts to create test plans, and they make sure that the software quality is up to par. Additionally, they coordinate the delivery of development and production ...
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MEDIAN: £43,895
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Project Manager, Information Technology (IT) - HSBC , salaries: £39,740 - £110,000
Project Manager, Information Technology (IT) - International Business Machines (IBM) Corp. , salaries: £38,250 - £75,000
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A .NET Software Engineer will typically write code to generate web pages, access databases and business logic servers. They write, modify and debug software for web sites. A .NET Software Developer must have experience using databases, systems and programming languages that develop software applications ...
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A PHP web developer works with that programming language to implement an organization’s web design and help establish its web presence. While some design elements may figure into a PHP web developer’s job, much of his or her work revolves around bringing the vision of a web designer or design team to ...
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MEDIAN: £23,076
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An information technology (IT) architect plays an important part in managing the technological components of a business, specifically security architecture and business plans. IT architects ensure compliance with existing rules and regulations, as well as spearhead the creation and implementation of ...
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Information technology (IT) project coordinators hold many responsibilities within their job and must be great leaders and team players. These IT professionals work white-collar jobs, using their problem-solving and coding knowledge and experience. They usually work indoors either on a computer or in ...
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The basic role of a Computer Programer is to create and modify the software programs that provide the instructions that tell a computer how to accomplish a specific task. They write these programs in special languages known as programming languages (such as C++) that allow computers to understand and ...
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Software developers/business analysts of databases are responsible for creating and maintaining database software and analyzing business information for their organization. They are also in charge of writing database-related code which will be deployed to servers and company systems. Some of the main ...
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MEDIAN: £35,249
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Information technology managers are important to any business that uses a network of computers for employees to work and communicate with. Their job is very technical and requires specific training to understand mathematical computer languages. The information technology manager must be a critical ...
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Support technicians in the information technology field are required to maintain the computers, network servers and phone technology in business settings. They often work daily with the hardware, repairing or replacing defective equipment. They may be required to install new or upgraded software and ...
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Web application developers build, maintain and manage all aspects of a web application. ("Web application" is a catchall term for a number interfaces that utilize the world wide web.) One example would be a website, and another could be a mobile phone or tablet app. Web application developers must plan, ...
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A support information technology (IT) analyst is responsible for much of the day-to-day technical support and development in a business or corporate setting. These analysts respond to problems and complaints from other departments regarding the quality of their technological systems (such as computers ...
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MEDIAN: £23,863
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