Diane Lindsey Reeves, “Career Ideas for Kids Who Like Computers”
2007 | pages: 209 | ISBN: 0816065438 | PDF | 4 mb
In recent years, computers have taken over the workplace, opening the door to new and exciting jobs in this rapidly growing field. Whether kids want to program computers, do research online, or provide technical support, the world is at their fingertips, and kids are only a click away from a long-lasting career. What does it take to find a job in computers? “Career Ideas for Kids Who Like Computers, Second Edition”, completely redesigned and updated, clues kids in on this fast-paced industry. By providing step-by-step self-assessment followed by a series of job profiles, this illustrated book helps kids identify their personality traits to better match themselves to possible careers. Resources for further research and additional career discovery activities encourage further exploration. Providing a detailed overview of a career in computers, this guide is a great starting point for kids seeking a future in this field. Career profiles include: Artificial intelligence scientist; Computer programmer; Hardware engineer; On-line researcher; Systems analyst; Technical support representative; Trainer; Webmaster; and more.