It can be very difficult to find a job that allows you to work with your hands. We often look for jobs that provide us some sort of physical structure that allows us to do the work that we are most comfortable with. This is usually an expensive process that takes time and dedication.
Jobs like this typically require some sort of support. Most of us are not physically strong enough to do some of the more strenuous tasks that we are required to do. I don’t think we’re the only ones and I’m not sure there are many others who are so lucky to have jobs like mine. But there are some jobs where you’re expected to use your hands and are encouraged to do so.
This is a good example of the “it” support that we’re all looking for. This is a job that many of us in this industry have tried to get into but were never able to. There are also jobs that some of us try to get into, but just can’t get past the hurdle of time; ones that only make sense if you can get them in the next 6 months. One such example is the “IT Support Specialist” job.
No one I know who is a very good IT Support Specialist is going to be in this job. I could go on and on… but I dont get far.
The other people in this job are not sure about what the job entails. They say “Well you can get into IT Support!” Well, they can’t because they have no idea how to get into IT Support. They don’t have any concept of what a “support specialist” job entails and they’re just making assumptions about who they actually work for. I’ve had some people ask me why I’m still able to get into IT Support but no one has answered.
You see, IT Support is the job of people like me. It’s a job that I love to do because Ive been doing it for years now. I love it because it’s not just a job, it’s a way of life. Every time I log into my computer it brings me back to where I was, and every time new ideas come to me, I’m able to learn how to apply what I’ve learned.
I’ve seen this happen to all the people I know who are doing IT Support, and I know it’s not a complete one. It’s just part of getting into IT Support. It’s also the reason why I’ve had to stay in IT Support for so long.
A few years ago, the IT Support industry was dominated by one company: Microsoft. As one of the industry’s most successful companies, they were able to leverage their enormous financial resources to drive the entire industry towards a state of mediocrity. With the exception of their Surface products, Microsoft’s flagship product was Windows. When they decided to introduce the first modern operating system, Windows 8, the company did not anticipate the need for IT Support.
In the decade since, Microsoft has tried to reverse this trend by creating a new category of jobs for IT Support specialists. Their new position is called an “IT Specialist”. In the eyes of Microsoft, IT Support is not just a job, it’s an identity.
At Microsoft, we think of a job as being a “specialist,” or a piece of software who wants to help a company out, but is also able to help another company out. This is a job that can be a bit like the job that your boss can do with a stick of gum. You want to help your boss out, but you also want to help their boss out.