Information Technology (IT) can be a very heavily specialized field so it makes sense that you would need years of experience to become an IT professional. The good news, however, is that you don’t need experience to enter the information technology industry. Here’s how you can get an entry-level job in information technology.
Including a cover letter with your IT resume is always a good idea. The cover letter is a great way to include more information about yourself, talk about experiences you didn’t get a chance to explain well in your resume and ask for the job interview directly. You can use the ResumeHelp cover letter builder to create an entry-level IT resume more easily.
Yes. The entry-level jobs in the IT industry are specifically built to help you find your way into the industry, which means you don’t need existing experience to get one of them. Just read the job description to learn more about the requirements for different entry-level IT jobs.
Yes. You should change the entry-level IT resume you use for each job posting to ensure that it’s the best for that specific job. Different job titles will require different targeted resume keywords, which will usually require you to read the job description carefully and tailor your resume to that specific job posting.