By Gigi Douban
Got enough tech skills to know AJAX isn't something you break out to clean your bathtub? You're in luck.
Demand is huge for workers with technology skills like programmers, software engineers and network engineers. And there will always be a need for the corporate tech support guy or gal. ("Have you tried to reboot?") But because digital has become so much a part of everything we do, technology workers are venturing – and being lured – into new spaces. Gone are the days when a techie job meant working in a room full of giant servers every day, or being chained to a desk in a cubicle farm at a big corporation.
So techies, want a brag-worthy option? Here are a few of the less conventional tech jobs out there:
Gigi Douban is an independent journalist who writes often about business and tech. Follow her on Twitter.
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