The consistent demand for IT employees makes information technology and related studies extremely popular for undergraduate students. Unfortunately this means that many of the entry level IT positions are bombarded by qualified candidates each year as new graduates begin to enter the job market. When an IT recruiter reads a jobseeker's CV and sees job titles such as "Cobol Programmer" or "Java Developer," they can get a pretty good idea where the person fits in the IT industry, just like they do when they see roles titled "PC Support Technician" or "Helpdesk Supervisor." Where recruiters may encounter a problem is when they see titles like "ICT Officer" or "Systems Engineer" - these types of IT job titles do not necessarily tell the recruiter what the person does. Normally, but surprisingly not always, the person who sent the CV will list their duties and thus clarify the situation. Government IT jobs
are some of the best positions you can ever hope to find in the labor market. Here we discuss the benefits and tips on how you can find these much sort after jobs. Everything now revolves around modern computer technology. Information Technology is becoming more important in government operations and this makes openings in this field highly lucrative. If you are an expert in IT security then your services are in high demand in government agencies dealing in; security, safety, financial fraud prevention, cyber crime, etc. This is all fine once an IT recruiter "reads" a CV and can ascertain this information, but it is getting that CV in front of the recruiter in the first place that can sometimes cause the owner of the CV a problem. A lot of job boards and so-called CV databases allow recruitment firms to search through their CVs and download the ones of interest. They may search for people who are "Java Developers" or "C++ Software Engineers," but may not be looking for "ICT Officers" or for other such broad titles - or at least they may not think of typing in those types of IT jobs into the search bar when searching - so candidates who use such job titles will be missing out on possible IT job opportunities.