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Advance Your IT Career
Our BA in IT Management will teach you how to connect the technical and business aspects of daily operations and gain broad insights into business fundamentals that help streamline operations, improve efficiency and grow profit margins.
Day in the Life of a Tech Professional
The average work day for people working in tech is hardly predictable, but there are some common themes. Take a look at some of the responses from our online survey of professionals across the globe.
- 49% wake up between 6 and 7 a.m.
- 10% wake up before 6 a.m.
- 41% wake up at 7 a.m. or later
- 33% put on their glasses
- 5% put in their contacts
- 10% have both glasses and contacts
- 52% have neither
Grab Some Coffee?
- No: 34%
- Yes: 66%
- 29% have 1 cup
- 44% have 2 cups
- 19% have 3 cups
- 6% have 4 cups
- 2% have 5+ cups
Begin Commute to Work
- 10% don’t commute, as remote workers
- 73% take a car
- 14% use public transportation
- 1% have a motorcycle
Arrive at Work
- 57% start working between 8 and 9 a.m.
- 6% start between midnight and 6:30 a.m.
- 5% start after noon
- 9% work in organizations of 0-10
- 18% work in organizations of 11-100
- 30% work in organizations of 101-500
- 43% work in organizations of 501+
- 71% fire up their PC
- 16% Mac
- 6% both
- 6% Linux
- 1% Unix
Time for the First Meeting of the Day
- 51% average one or two meetings each day
- 35% have no meetings
- 62% bring their own lunch
- 38% go out for lunch
Finish Up Projects
- 78% listen to music while they work
- Rock: 27%
- Hip-Hop: 19%
- Electronic: 10%
- Jazz: 8%
Head Home — Or Work Late?
- 74% finish work between 4:30 and 6:00 p.m.
- 62% work 7-8 hours each day
- 25% never work late
- 58% work late 1-2 times per week
Relax at Home
- 54% are welcomed by at least one furry companion
- 26% are cat people
- 67% are dog people
- 7% have both
- 38% perform freelance tech work
Become a tech professional with an online BS in Computer Science or an online IT degree. In a convenient format, you’ll obtain the strong foundation needed for lucrative, in-demand roles like database administrator, software developer, web developer, IT manager, information security analyst, and more.
These programs from Concordia, St. Paul feature small class sizes with a personal learning environment geared toward your success. Learn from knowledgeable faculty who have industry experience. Get started with CSP today.