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This booklet describes the core job descriptions for a wide range of Information Technologies positions, ranging from development to administration. You'll need to tailor this info to your own needs, but it's a good starting place.
Having access to the latest IT job descriptions is essential to both employers and job seekers. Companies must effectively recruit people with the appropriate skills and experience, while IT professionals need to better understand the expertise required for each position as they chart their career paths.
To help organizations and technology professionals in these pursuits, Robert Half Technology offers this Glossary of Job Descriptions for Information Technology. Information in this booklet was derived from the thousands of full-time and project placements made through Robert Half Technology locations and the market knowledge of their account executives.
While the glossary provides an overview of typical responsibilities and skill requirements, variations do occur based on company size, industry, local employment conditions and other factors.
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