High Technology / Biotechnology

Space engineering, energy, nanotechnology, robotics, IT, communications, biotechnology. The road ahead for each of these industries is long and bright. These are the industries that are diversifying, specializing, and continnously pushing the boundaries. The global outlook for the high technology and biotechnology industry is excellent, and the demand for talented, highly-skilled workers is high.

Careers in High Technology and Biotechnology

  • Web Designer
    The Internet is an important if not essential media for conducting business. Design often dictates the strength of a company’s brand and the demand for web designers is steadily increasing.
  • Embedded Systems Engineer
    Embedded systems engineers use various programming languages to embed the information and instructions governing the functionality of hardware equipped with CPUs. Both hardware and software programming in this field require a broad range of knowledge and skills.
  • Game Programmer
    Game programmers take the ideas generated by game planners and put them together into a game. The programmer’s role is very important for developing appealing computer games.
  • Security Engineer
    Security engineers protect the security of information on computers. They create plans and designs to protect information systems. They also conduct maintenance activities and set up product development environments.
  • Network Engineer
    Network engineers create the conduits for the information provided by IT. They carry out planning, development, and construction of networks to share information and programs and increase convenience for users.
  • Hardware Developer
    Hardware developers make computer devices and equipment. In addition to computers, they also are involved in developing large-scale hardware systems found in places such as airports, enterprises, factories, banks, and municipalities.
  • Medical Information Planner
    Medical information planners work on the forefront of the high-end information administration systems industry that connects doctors and patients. They create web-based medical records and databases for the various kinds of information collected and used at hospitals and clinics.
  • DNA Analysis Technologyrelated Careers
    DNA analysis-related researchers work in both corporate (for example, pharmaceutical, medical, food, and energy industries) and public laboratories conducting DNA research or developing products such as cosmetics and fragrances.