What is it like working as a Desktop Support Technician?
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.
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.
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.
What is it like working as a Desktop Support Technician at Computer Sciences Corporation (CSC)?
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.