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Information Technology - Computer Support Specialist

Careers. Choices. Real Life.

WITC will help you prepare for your career goals with examples, experience, and expert support for a variety of positions: WITC graduates are true professionals and lifelong learners. Career-oriented graduates can work their way into management positions. Some graduates also choose to continue their education at a university or four-year college. WITC now offers graduates a convenient new way to earn one of six bachelor's degrees online through a unique alliance with Franklin University. WITC graduates also enjoy the opportunity for completing a bachelorís degree through Capella University.

Graduate Employment Information

WITC Information Technology - Computer Support Specialist Graduate Survey Responses 2010-2011

Number of graduates      7 Employed in related field 5
Number of responses      6 % employed in WITC district 40%
Number available for employment      6 Range of yearly salary -*
Number employed      5 Average yearly salary $32,757*
Percent employed 83%    

*Average yearly salary based on composite of graduates from Wisconsin's 16 technical college districts (including WITC graduates). Range of yearly salary not available.