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Which career in technology takes the least mathmatical knowledge and ability? Systems engineer, software engineer, or IT analysts?

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Asked by Lucash Sunday Jan 22nd 2012 in Career Planning
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All careers in technology are going to require quite a bit of mathmatical knowledge and ability. I would suggest that you look into our Online Technology Degrees. Once you find a degree program that interests you, you can request more information from the school and ask about their cirriculum requirements for the program you are interested in.

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