Which IT career should I go into?

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Hello Sir/Madam,
I'm getting really very confuse regarding my career in IT field. I've completed my bachelors in BCA but right now I'm working with MNC Graphic Design Company. And right now at this this phase of my life I want to change my profession and want to make my bright career on IT sector, but I'm getting confused whether I have going for Software Programming or Website designing & making or IT Networking and peripherals. I also having interest in programming & coding.
Please help me Sir/Madam regarding the same concern.
Thank you
Kind regards,
Tushar Nigam

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Another option because of your graphics background would be to get into a company that designs app and games. There seems to be no end to this area of IT. You may need to get a language or two under your belt like c#, java, php or another. See what career opportunities are in your area. Some regions have more offerings in some area that other regions.

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  • Subhendu Sen
    You have mentioned, several areas of IT field like software programming/website designing/networking etc. While software programming & website designing both are differ each other a little bit, networking/system administration is different from coding/ programming language. There is no vast knowledge is required for programming regarding networking/sys admin. You mentioned now you are working on graphic design etc. and according to your working experience you can go for web designing course and try to be admitted for global recognized certification.
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  • Tushu7787
    Thank you so Sir/Madam much for the response :)
    I have lives n Gujarat Region (Vadodara City).
    According to my city, can you please guide me which is the most common coding languages be used?
    And what are those languages having a future prospects.

    Please advise.

    Thank you.
    Kind regards,
    Tony
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  • Kevin Beaver
    What do you like to do? What kind of IT work interests you? What do you feel like you're good at? These are all things you need to consider.

    I am partial to information security. I have been working in the IT field for 29 years and security for 23 years and have found that if you're good at what you do there are no limitations on how far you can go and how much money you can earn.

    You may want to check out my website for links to a bunch of articles that I've written for TechTarget and others on IT and information security careers:
    www.principlelogic.com/careers.html

    I wish you the best of luck!
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  • Subhendu Sen
    It is not possible to segregate while you are staying in other region. You can consult with some good/renowned but local educational institute for your query. They are in the better position to help you. For most/common coding language, this depends on several matters. Like current job market trend/your solid knowledge/etc. However, you can go for Java/VB.NET/C# (Visual Studio). But always try to get admission for a global certification.
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  • Jaideep Khanduja
    Tushar, you are lucky that after your BCA you have got an opportunity in an MNC technology company. If you are in graphics design, carry on with it as it has a great scope. Moreover, you must be having someone holding counseling section in HR. Discuss with them. Also, you need to see your actual interest on top of everything. 
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  • ToddN2000
    We all have different jobs that we enjoy. Making a decision for someone else is easy but you may not be happy in that job. We don't want you to regret a decision made by someone other that your self. You are going to want a job that you enjoy going to not dreading every day.
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