Information Technology (IT) Manager Reviews

Q: What is it like working as an Information Technology (IT) Manager?

Information Technology (IT) Manager in McLean:
"Going in the wrong direction."
Pros: Growth opportunities are great if you want quick vertical growth and can fall in line with leadership's personal goals, and can devote all 24 hours to work.
Cons: No work life balance, too many fragile egos, passing the buck, misogyny, no one wants to listen, middle management is expected to wear too many hats, fear of losing job if not done, value added to the company does not come back to the employee.

Information Technology (IT) Manager in Newton:
"Perks and valuable skills associated with this job."

Information Technology (IT) Manager in Atlanta:
"Nightlife."
Pros: The nightlife is pretty decent in Atlanta compared to the cities of my past. There's a lot to do and it's easy to network in the city.
Cons: It's actually a small city. You start to meet the same people in the same circles repetitively. There's limited diversity and not much growth in my career.

Information Technology (IT) Manager in Ridgefield:
"Provide IT Services to a great bunch of friendly people."
Be very well organized. Have great documentation. Maintain correct priorities.

Information Technology (IT) Manager in Flint:
"Close to Family."
Pros: It's close to my home and family.
Cons: Flint is a very depressed area.

Information Technology (IT) Manager in Dayton:
"Hours involved."
Know how to use google.

Information Technology (IT) Manager in Shelton:
"Staff issues."
Make sure the company you work for understands the staffing needs of the technology they want to implement.