WRC0103 - 11/29/11 Finding the right career When people...

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Unformatted text preview: 11/29/11 Finding the right career When people graduate from college, they are not sure which career to choose, a computer engineer for example can choose from different careers related to their major and narrow it down to the ones that are more likely to choose from. Some of these careers are very competitive and employers expect a person with good social skills, upper level math, and experience on the field. A computer engineer can be a Computer system analyst or a computer hardware engineer. There are some requirements they share and some they do not. A computer hardware engineer, Research, design, develop, and test computer or computer- related equipment for commercial, industrial, military, or scientific use (CHE), therefore, they are in charge of testing new equipment and give feedback to the company about how good the product meet the required specifications of the company. A computer system analyst, They may design and develop new computer systems by choosing and configuring hardware and software, or they may devise ways...
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WRC0103 - 11/29/11 Finding the right career When people...

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