Information Technology (IT) Support Specialist Reviews

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

Information Technology (IT) Support Specialist in Springfield:
"Hard to get decent raises."
Pros: It is a fairly peaceful town. It isn't difficult to find work. It is very convenient. Not too large or to small so there are other opportunities if I am unhappy with my current work.
Cons: This city is the golden buckle of the bible belt. That means extreme conservatism. Don't look forward to a minimum wage increase or much of a pay increase at all if you're on the lower rungs of the economic ladder. There is a lot of conservative pride and those who have money like for you to know it. They also like to make sure that you know you have less than them.

Information Technology (IT) Support Specialist in Carol Stream:
Pros: Great starting company.
Cons: NA.

Information Technology (IT) Support Specialist in Holyoke:
"Networks are not as complicated as you think."
If you have you Net+ certification your going to love this job. If you don't have it you need to. You can perform well enough in this position with Net+ but its going to make the difference of how your skill set can be applied for remediation and maintain and asses, a business network infrastructure.

Information Technology (IT) Support Specialist in Hinesville:
"Having fun."
Have fun with what you do or else it will not be that interesting to you. I always had fun and stayed positive that's what made my job so exciting. There was nothing I count do or put my mind to it and accomplish things and made my self proud doing it.

Information Technology (IT) Support Specialist in Avon:
"Work."
Pros: Always learning.
Cons: Poor management and pay.

Information Technology (IT) Support Specialist in Dalton:
"I love my job."
Pros: We stay busy and run lean. I'm much needed and love fixing problems.
Cons: We run lean. Constantly behind and the company is growing fast.

Information Technology (IT) Support Specialist in Glen Mills:
"Responsibilities vs Pay Increases."
Job responsibilities and stresses increase with very little change in compensation.