Information Systems - Information Systems Career Pathways

Information Systems Career Pathways

Information Systems have a number of different areas of work:

  • Information systems strategy
  • Information systems management
  • Information systems development
  • Information systems
  • Information systems iteration
  • Information system organization

There are a wide variety of career paths in the information systems discipline. "Workers with specialized technical knowledge and strong communications skills will have the best prospects. Workers with management skills and an understanding of business practices and principles will have excellent opportunities, as companies are increasingly looking to technology to drive their revenue."

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