Computer Systems Analyst, personal opinion given
I push the button, I hear a noise, the screen comes alive. My computer
loads up and starts to process. I see the start screen for Windows 95, and I type
in my password. Even though this takes time, I know that I will be able to do
whatever I want to do without any trouble, without any glitches, without any
questions. My computer is now easier to use and more user friendly because
computer systems analysts have worked out the problems that many computer
systems still have.
It appears to me that a career choice needs to contain a number of
different features. The first being: Will this area of interest mentally stimulate me
as well as challenge me? The second being: Is there a way of making a living
in these areas of interest? And finally: Do I enjoy the different activities within
this area of interest? From the first day that I started my first computer, I have
grasped the concepts quickly and with ease. But the computer as well as I will
never stop growing. I have introduced myself to all topics of word processing to
surfing the web. After reviewing a number of resources, I have noticed a
relatively high demand for technologically integrated hardware and software
positions available with companies that wish to compete with the demand for
"networking". ("Computer Scientists" 95) This leads me to believe that future
employment prospects will be high and of high quality pay within the next eight
to ten years. The past, present, and future have and will see the computer.
Since I have seen the computer, I have enjoyed the challenges and countless
opportunities to gain in life from this machine. From school projects to games;
from the Internet to programming languages; I have and always will...
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