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Few aspects of modern life are not associated directly with the internet in one way or another; over time this has created a massive variety of associated jobs. From webpage design to technical support, the online world extends to every industry in some form as well as to non-profit and government agencies
Some of the most common positions available include desktop support, web design and development, network administration, online sales and special posts for those adept in tools like Java, Flash and HTML
Like the range of positions associated with the internet, qualifications and prerequisites vary immensely though a significant portion of positions will require a bachelor’s degree in computer science, web development, MIS or a related area. However, posts associated with online sales, advertising and the like are likely to accept degrees in marketing or electronic commerce. Post-graduate coursework and experience can be highly valuable, particularly for developers
Salaries vary by position; the average salary for desktop support is £25,000, whilst web designers and developers make in the neighbourhood of £33,000 on average and those specialising in special tools like Flash and Java see figures closer to £40,000 per year.


Internet is one of today’s main media, where people have no distances to communicate with other people living in any place or the world, using video conferences, chats, email, social networks, and other resources. This area is composed by different types of web elements such as blogs, websites, forums, email and services providers, etc. People working on this world have different duties depending on companies they work for. Some examples of jobs are network engineers, web designers, and web managers.

People working on Internet usually perform many of the following tasks:
• Designing websites.
• Developing email services for organisations.
• Advising people on use of internet.
• Researching internet trends.
• Maintaining online services.


• Being creative and resourceful.
• Having good presentation skills.
• Being organised.
• Having IT skills.
• Being able to work with a team.
• Having good communication abilities.
• Having math skills.
• Being able to stay focused under stressful circumstances.
• Having understanding on how internet works.
• Being able to use graphics packages.


There are various jobs on Internet that do not require academic qualifications, but it is recommended to have degree related to this area to gain the necessary knowledge and skills for posts in this sector. Among suitable degrees, Higher National Certificates, and Higher National Diplomas for this area are networking, ecommerce, computer science, web communications, 3D design, internet communications, and others courses to learn the basics about this world.

Some companies recruit people as trainee programmers just requiring A levels and good GCSE’s/S grades in Science, English, Math, and IT.

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