- Published: September 2011
- Region: Global
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Career Decisions in Computer Technology Fields. Edition No. 1
- Published: May 2008
- Region: Global
- 208 Pages
- VDM Publishing House
We start asking children at an early age, "What do you want to be when you grow up?" Very few children actually try to become what they first announced as their future career. Some people never follow through or have the opportunity to become what they would like to be and, subsequently, settle for a job that pays the bills.
Career decisions are some of the most important decisions made during a person's life span. The type of work and the pay for that work affect a person's lifestyle, health, and happiness. However, career decisions do not receive the time and thought that they should receive.
As computers continue to permeate job sites, many new jobs are created and other job positions are redefined. This study examines similarities and dissimilarities of students enrolled in computer technology programs and non-computer programs at Career and Technology campuses in America. Barriers and influences were evaluated to determine if gender played a part in selecting a career.
The results are illuminating and point out the processes and barriers to effective, efficient, and fulfilling career choices.
Yuosef Alhumoudi. Diploma in Human resources at De Montfort University. the UK, Diploma in Islamic Finance at Markfield Institution of Higher Education. the UK, Bsc in Islamic Law at Imam university. Saudi Arabia, LLM Master degree in law at Brunel University, Doing Phd in Islamic insurance Law at Brunel University.