Choosing a career is one of the most important decisions a person has to make in their life. It is so important because that is what we will have to do to support ourselves throughout life. Imagine being stuck in a dead end job and having to go to work every morning and dreading it. That is no spending ones time and life is too short to work 35 years and be unhappy with it.If a person likes the job they do then it is not work, because finding satisfaction out of a job can bring great happiness.That information has enabled me to make the decision of choosing my area of study and career in the field of Information Technology.
Many things have lead up to my decision to choose a career in Information Systems. It started at my first semester at my local community college. I was enrolled in their graphic design program and most of the classes I was taking consisted of art classes. My first computer class was working in Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop. They are graphic programs that many graphic designers use to make their design work.While working with these programs I was very intrigued by the power of computers and how they work.While going to school at the local community college I soon got a job at CitiMortgage working at the computer help desk. I was learning more about computers and networking which helped lead to my decision to change my degree of study to information systems.
Along with my change of interest and working for a company that helps pay for my school I was looking for a better college to attend and that had a program that would fit my needs. I soon became aware of Maryville University and the weekend and evening college program that they offered. The degree in Information Systems fit exactly what I needed, not to forget about the flexible schedule.
Information technology is my choice career for several reasons. I enjoy working with computers and I find their power and usefulness very fascinating. Computer technology is forever changing and wil definitely lead me to an exciting job dealing with new innovative computer technology.
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