Careers in Information Technology: Second Edition
The information revolution is upon us, and new technologies for both storing and organizing this information have opened up new careers in the information sciences, from computer system analysts and librarians to archivists and Web site managers. This book explains what teens will have to know to enter these exciting new fields.
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