Job Oppertunity ( help )

Discussion in 'Employment & Jobs' started by Peter, Oct 11, 2005.

  1. Peter

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    What interests you in developing a career in IT,

    That is a question that has been put to me in a questionnaire and every time I start typing this wee voice in my head says no, no, no,:cry:

    Please can you help me with this on.


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  2. Arroryn
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    Arroryn we're all dooooooomed

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    That's a ridiculously broad question; can I ask what the questionnaire is for? It might help us to answer.
     
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  3. Peter

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    There is an apprenticeship came up in the company I work for, I sent in my application and CV, and that was not enough as they sent me this,

    Career motavation Question,

    1, What interests you in developing a career in IT,?
    2,What qualities, skills & experiance do you have which you think will make you successfull in a role in IT?

    There are more questions but these two are the two that I am lost for talented words.
     
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  4. Arroryn
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    Arroryn we're all dooooooomed

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    Well, not sure about the 'talented' words.

    Now, you're not allowed to quote - you have to do your own homework :rolleyes: :biggrin

    But for me - it would be the pace of the environment. IT is a non-recessive, proactive industry, that allows you to constantly learn. Because of the broad spectrum of jobs in the IT field, you can grow into a role that you feel is the one you want for your future. What you progressively learn will also go hand in hand with benefitting your company's needs also; any major company wants to keep up with technological advances. (apart from mine. We may as well still write on slate blocks with chalk).

    Skills, qualities and experience - only you can answer those. But even if you've cleaned chewing gum off the keyboard of a pesky 3 year old's PC - it counts :)

    Good luck man!
     
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  5. Peter

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    Thanks for that Arroryn.I owe you one.
     
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