At its broadest definition, “information technology” is an umbrella term that describes all fields that relate to the organization and dissemination of information: from the worker who lays cable wires to the telephone switchboard operator to the engineer who designs the circuits in your computer. However, keep in mind that just because IT is computer-related, it doesn’t mean that a job in the field is necessarily with a computer-intensive company. In fact, the majority of the IT services jobs today are in fields that have little to do with high tech. What this means for you, the job seeker, is that opportunities are not limited to one industry but cross a wide variety of industries. Interested in taking on an IT role? Learn more by reading this brand new guide. In it, you will find: Where the opportunities for entry are across various industries, from education to health care and the Internet What kind of skills and education are required to get hired What types of jobs you may want to consider, including creative, sales/marketing, support, and engineering positions What life is like as a UI designer, IT consultant, or engineer How to get in the door, and then put your best foot forward during your interviews More!