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Based on 827 responses, the job of Desktop Support Technician has received a job satisfaction rating of 3.77 out of 5. On average, Desktop Support Technicians are highly satisfied with their job.
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Q: What is it like working as a Desktop Support Technician?

May 2017
"Accomodation is expensive."
Desktop Support Technician in VANDERBIJLPARK:
Pros: Its a quite place.
Cons: Roads full of potholes.
August 2019
"It is challenging and exiting."
Desktop Support Technician in Centurion:
Pros: To deal with different challenging issues
Cons: my pay is below average
July 2014
"I Love My Job."
Desktop Support Technician:
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.
September 2014
Desktop Support Technician:
Pros: I enjoy the exposure to new technology and close knit team.
Cons: Business services, as a whole, are not valued or seen in good light by the rest of the business as a whole. Furthermore, perks, pay, benefits and culture all cast business services as second class citizens.
December 2014
Desktop Support Technician:
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.
January 2015
"I get to help people ."
Desktop Support Technician:
Pros: I am always learning new things about the infrastructure and myself .
Cons: Stress Level.
February 2015
Desktop Support Technician:
Pros: It is exciting, you learn new things all tge time, it challenges you to think out of the box.
Cons: The salary.