"The people I work with are the main reason I like my job. Also, thereís a great feeling of accomplishment when you work hard for a project and itís finally done."
About 23% of Canadian Internet users have used the web for electronic banking.
was not high on Kerry Sizerís list of to doís when she first began her
career search. However, as she worked her way through a multitude of computer
programming courses, she learned to appreciate the finesse and creativity
the job offers.
Like many e-businesses, the company Kerry works for has focused its business model to meet the changing opportunities in e-commerce. Together, theyíre programmed for success!
Did you know? About one-quarter of all Canadians who surf the Internet have used it to buy goods and services.
Programmers make between $30,000 and $40,000 a year. How much you get paid depends on where you work. Larger firms pay higher salaries, but smaller firms offer more responsibilities and faster promotions. In the future Kerry wants to get into project management and become a team leader.
is one of the most important aspects of the Internet to emerge. It allows
people to exchanges goods and services immediately with no barriers of
time or distance. Any time of the day or night you can go online and buy
just about anything you want.
Education: Bachelor of Science in Microbiology, UBC; 2 year course in Multimedia Software Development, BCIT
Hobbies: Jogging, rollerblading and swimming