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  1. The ICT Industry

  2. Careers in ICT Since the expansion of the ICT industry it has quickly become one of the largest and fastest growing industries around directly affecting every aspect of our lives. The ICT industry is always growing and trying to better its competitors and therefore jobs are opening everywhere you look, there is always something new to pick up or learn or something new that has just came out that everyone needs to have and you can easily be part of this increasing group.

  3. What are Attributes Personal attributes are often the subject of job interviews, psychological assessments and most anything where the personality of an individual is a subject of curiosity. Attributes can be positive or negative, constant or changing, and differ according to the opinion of the describer. Attributes embody attitudes, beliefs and skills; and are often the direct result of social endowments or circumstances and personal history.

  4. What is the difference between skills and attributes? Attributes are personal qualities. These would be like personality traits. E.G. motivated, dedicatedSkills are things that this person is good at doing. E.G. good computer skills, good presentation skills

  5. Communication Skills Most important for any employee in the IT industry is to be able to communicate clearly. In your use of language, show structured, logical thinking. It may sound odd, but how you say something has been shown to be as important as what you actually say. Show a discrepancy in the tone of your voice, use suitable variation and get your opinion or point across without being forceful.

  6. Interest Show that you have great interest in your area of expertise as well as the position you hold. Express your interest by mentioning what you know about the industry. If you also ask a few pointed questions, the interviewer will be gaining vital insights into your personal attributes as a applicant.

  7. Enthusiasm Your chances of being offered a career will be severely limited if you show any hint that you could be only unenthusiastic about it. Remain positive and passionate about it while working. This shows that you are both strong-minded and determined when it comes to achieving your goals and objectives.

  8. Positive attitude Keep the atmosphere of the your work place positive throughout. Companies want workers who can achieve great results. A unenthusiastic person hardly ever gets constructive results. keep negatives out of the place of work. Word your questions and answers positively. Show that you have learned from previous experiences and will bring vigor to your job.

  9. Professionalism All companies want their workforce to display this quality. It's something that shows up in a candidate's overall approach. You can show it best in an occupation by representing specialized knowledge and abilities in key areas of the IT field you are seeking.

  10. Good Working Practice • Provide similar facilities as those available during daytime and allow shift workers time for training and development. • Ensure temperature & lighting is appropriate and preferably adjustable. • Encourage interaction between workers and provide a means of contact for lone workers. • Ensure the workplace and surroundings are well lit, safe and secure. • Plan an appropriate and varied workload. Avoid early morning starts and try to fit shift times in with the availability of public transport. • Limit shifts to 12 h including overtime, or to 8 h if they are night shifts and/or the work is demanding, monotonous, dangerous and/or safety critical. • Encourage workers to take regular breaks and allow some choice as to when they are taken. • Consider the needs of vulnerable workers, such as young or aging workers and new and expectant mothers.

  11. Requirements of a Hardware engineer

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