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    Hello,

    I would like to know what jobs will be the best for me when I will complete my course at college.

    My current course is btec national IT level 3 (2 year)

    I am looking for some suggestions.
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    That is a a rather vague question. What is it about IT you enjoy? What are your strengths? Are you sociable or prefer to sit quietly getting on with your job?
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    I like to work both in software(updating, installing, usage of Microsoft office package, writing reports, database stuff, doing some coding in html css.,etc) and hardware(fixing & connecting different parts / components, networking, etc.)

    I would like to be a little bit social during work and I think the best type will be an office job - correct me if there are any better

    Problem solving is one of the important things that is required during this kind of job
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    (Original post by Ben996)
    I like to work both in software(updating, installing, usage of Microsoft office package, writing reports, database stuff, doing some coding in html css.,etc) and hardware(fixing & connecting different parts / components, networking, etc.)

    I would like to be a little bit social during work and I think the best type will be an office job - correct me if there are any better

    Problem solving is one of the important things that is required during this kind of job
    Cool - so you have perfectly described the roll of IT Administrator. They provide services to the business in maintaining and upgrading the office network. Larger organisations will also have a certain amount of in house scripting and applications to maintain and on the social side, you will be responsible for helping users out when their PCs go wrong. Certainly lots of apprenticeships for that kind of work.

    Good luck!
 
 
 
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