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The Intersection of Passion and Profession: Crafting a Fulfilling Career in Tech

What To Know

  • Whether you are designing a website, gathering data for business decisions, or a digital marketing manager, a love and passion for technology help to further your career in this field.
  • The job listings in the field of technology can be a game and mobile app developer, to cybersecurity, to data science and analytics.

The best careers are those that meet at the intersection of passion and profession. Professionally, you want a job that will compensate you for your knowledge and the impact that you can have on their company. But yet you want to find a job that you are passionate about and feel as if you can take ownership and give a high level of productivity. The ideal job that meets at this crossroad may be hard to find unless you are in the tech industry.

The tech industry has grown exponentially over the years and encompasses many job titles across this field that targets different levels of education and experience. Tech is an industry that produces meaningful and impactful work for almost every business in some form or another. Whether you are designing a website, gathering data for business decisions, or a digital marketing manager, a love and passion for technology help to further your career in this field.

Pros and Cons of a Career in Tech

As with any job, there are pros and cons that need to be considered before deciding if a career in tech is for you.

Pros

  • Rising demand – The world of tech is ever changing, ever evolving. Because new skill sets and new technology is always emerging, the demand for workers is always available. Potential employees that have certifications and learned skills in these areas have a competitive advantage over others in the field.
  • High paying compensation and packages – A career in technology is an industry that pays well and offers perks to the employee. The average salary in tech is typically six-figures.
  • Meaningful and impactful work – A career in technology allows employees to be a part of developing solutions to problems that can impact society and the way we conduct business.
  • Limitless career options – Technology careers are not just limited to a tech business. Many industries such as banking, healthcare, entertainment and retail all rely on tech personnel to keep their businesses running and on the cutting edge of progress.
  • Work remotely – Jobs in this field are more remote-friendly now than ever before. The pandemic helped to propel companies to be open to this style of working. Employees are able to be very productive, while saving the bottom line of the business.

Cons

  • High-pressure atmosphere – Tight deadlines are often the requirement of most tech jobs. Updates happen often, companies are trying to stay competitive, and demands are high. These can lead to burn out and having to sacrifice time with your family.
  • Isolation – Many in the tech industry work independently. Although they are present for meetings and brainstorming sessions, they primarily are working by themselves with little to no interactions with others and tied to your computer or desk.
  • Competitive landscape – Competition for jobs is always going to be an ongoing worry. In order for an employee to stay ahead of the crowd, they will always need to invest in adding new and emerging skill sets to their resume.

The job listings in the field of technology can be a game and mobile app developer, to cybersecurity, to data science and analytics. All of these areas of technology help businesses to run at the top of their game. Finding where you fit into that field is where your passion and profession will meet.

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