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Webmaster I Introduction II History of Occupation A Beginning B Future III Earnings IV Education and Training A College B Tech School V Machines and Tools A Hardware B Software VI Work Duties VII Extra Benefits VIII Attractive Features IX Unattractive Features X Conclusion Webmaster The Webmaster career is new and getting very exciting for the years to come There are constant changes in the technology used to create web pages and the Webmasters job is to stay current with this technology There is a lot of work for the Webmaster and the Webmaster can decide to work either for a company or hire himselfherself out as an independent contractor Many skills are required to be a Webmaster but most skills are transferable not educational Web pages have been in existence since people started using the Internet around 1990 The pages are created by using a code called Hypertext markup language or HTML HTML is a very simple language to understand but it is very limited in what it can do The job for the Webmaster will be secure for the future as more and more people sign up for the Internet and the demand for both personal and commercial pages increase The World Wide Web WWW has developed in the late 1980s by researchers at the European Particle Physics Laboratory in Geneva Switzerland Career As 5 Between 1994 and 1998 the number of people connected to the Web in the United States alone leapt from barely two million to more than 30 million and demand shows no signs of slowing down Career As 5 A Web site usually consists of a homepage a document that serves as a kind of table of contents and index which in turn is linked to many pages of text and graphics The contents of these pages depends of course on the purpose of the Web site A
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