Q: What is it like working as a Desktop Support Technician?
Desktop Support Technician in Southfield:
"Busy with a smile."
Pros: I like helping people with their IT problems. Most people at work don't understand computers and I help.
Cons: Unorganized leadership and annoying users.
Desktop Support Technician in Troy:
Pros: There really isn't one thing that I don't like about my job. I love the people I work with, and I love what I am doing.
Cons: The commute to work takes longer than it should because of traffic.
Desktop Support Technician in Detroit:
"Desktop Support Review."
Pros: The job is very easy to do. Most of my users are fairly new to technology and have simple problems to fix. I don't have to support developers or very complex applications, and most of our interfaces are very simple. I have lots of downtime during the day.
Cons: The work can be very slow at times; frustrating when a lot is going on at once. Depending on where you work, you may not get much of an opportunity to advance within the existing company. There are few growth or training opportunities presented as well; this is largely a job for people who just want a job, not a career.
Desktop Support Technician in Spartanburg:
Pros: The opportunity to learn more about computers and all other duties that comes with an IT/Desktop support technician.
Cons: Jobs require more training.
Desktop Support Technician in Columbus:
"I Love My Job."
Pros: The people. I truly feel like I work in a small community. It gives me a sense of well being.
Cons: The organization itself, while flexible for its workers, is inflexible in many other ways. Everything seems as if it was created by committee.
Desktop Support Technician in Hartford:
"CSC: The Good, The Bad, The Ugly."
Pros: CSC has been good for upward momentum and the availability of the jobs that are open.
Cons: The company is slow to transition people to other positions and seem to lowball the over all pay an employee should receive.