Having a college degree assures you a broader range of career possibilities as you embark upon your path in Information Technology. Most of the well-paying entry level IT careers require a minimum of four years of college. However, opportunities do exist for those without higher educations who are interested in testing the waters in IT, or who want to get a head start on their career as they go to school.
Most of these jobs are lower level positions offering technical support to internal or external customers, usually by phone in call center environments. Other positions offer the opportunity to work directly with other IT professionals in an administrative capacity. On the job training is typically provided, so prior experience is not always required, but a good working knowledge of PC systems is useful. Utilizing the extensive resources of a professional staffing agency is a great way explore your options.
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