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Interview with a Computer Marketing Professional

 This is the career as told to JustJobs.com. This site houses thousands of job listings from companies across the United States. If you have considered a career in the IT industry, read on to learn what the job is really like from this Computer Marketing Professional. Visit JustJobs to find out how to secure your dream job today. I work as a channels marketing manager in the computer networking industry and have 2 years of experience in this position. Channels marketing is a very specific field, so my responsibilities differ greatly from those of traditional brand or corporate marketing professionals. The major differences are: close contact with field sales and partners, heavy reliance on business intelligence in creating campaigns, and accountability for every dollar spent.I have strategic partner accounts that resell our company's products, and I am responsible for growing their sales. I spend my days looking at the sales data, analyzing it, and coming up with creative ideas on how to motivate our partner's sales team to sell more of our products. I have budgets that I can allocate to certain activities, and I need to stay within those budgets. I talk with our internal sales managers and the marketing team...
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Interview with a Computer Programmer

* What is your job title and what industry do you work in? How many years of experience do you have in this field? I wear a number of different hats, including computer network technician, and computer repair technician. I have about five years experience with each of those main disciplines, writer, and social media enthusiast. * How would you describe what you do? What does your work entail? Are there any common misunderstandings you want to correct about what you do? I set up networks for home networking and small businesses, and provide technical support and troubleshooting when there are problems with the networks. I also help repair computers, especially those that have issues due to computer viruses and malware. The work I do is relatively simple, and women can do it just as well as men. It often seems that many women think it is a difficult and physical demanding job, and it really is not. * On a scale of 1 to 10 how would you rate your job satisfaction? What might need to change about your job to unleash your full enthusiasm? I would say my job satisfaction is about a nine. Increased money, and more balance,...
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Network Operations Specialist Maintains Fortune 500 Network and Datacenter

Considered working as a Network Operations Specialist? This interview will take you through the ups and downs you can expect in the position, what it takes to land the job, what you can expect to earn and more. I have spent the last three years as a Network Operations Specialist in the IT department of a Fortune 500 company.For the most part, my daily responsibilities involve the day-to-day operation of our company's network. My team and I are responsible for ensuring that necessary elements of our network such as the internet and company databases are available around-the-clock by the other employees of the company. While this is most often thought of as a “back-end” career, there is actually a substantial amount of face-to-face interaction with the rest of the office to ensure that the network is running as intended.Overall, I would rate this job as an 8 out of 10 in terms of satisfaction. There is a fair amount of stress involved, particularly in times of outages or network failures. In such cases, long hours are required to correct what may have gone wrong.I definitely enjoy the feeling of responsibility that accompanies this job. I currently maintain a network with over...
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5 Maxims To Enhance Your Career Through Social Media

Follow these five maxims to enhance your professional image and career through Facebook, Twitter and other online social media. Every week we read about someone who has run into trouble at work by doing something really stupid via social media, like the public school teacher who ranted about how dumb she thought her students were. Fortunately, few of us make huge mistakes like that, but we all need to be aware of our presence in the social media world and manage it to our professional advantage.Follow these five maxims to enhance your professional image and career through Facebook, Twitter and other online social media.Maxim #1: Always manage your privacy settingsLet's face it, few of us like to deal with control panels, but in the world of social media it's something we all have to do. And, outfits like Facebook seem to take great joy in tweaking the way they manage privacy settings. Make sure yours are set the way you want them. One good tool is to break down your contacts into lists—such as family, friends, business associates—so you can really fine tune who has permission to see your photos, notes and the rest.Maxim #2: Communicate professionallyDon't start using text message...
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