Top 10 Tech Jobs that require No Coding
One of the things keeping a lot of people from transitioning into tech is coding. The unschooled opinion is that to take on tech jobs, you must know how to code. While that is true for some tech jobs it isn’t true for it all. There are lots of tech jobs, that do not require […]
One of the things keeping a lot of people from transitioning into tech is coding. The unschooled opinion is that to take on tech jobs, you must know how to code.
While that is true for some tech jobs it isn’t true for it all. There are lots of tech jobs, that do not require coding, below are 10 tech jobs that require no coding.
Project managers can be said to be event managers, however, instead of events, they manage projects, coordinating the effort of every other team such as the developers and designers, ensuring that the project is delivered successfully within the stipulated time frame and allotted budget.
Often confused with project manager, but they are different tech jobs, instead of a project it is strictly products for the product manager. A product manager is tasked with developing roadmaps, and strategies for the delivery of a product.
The project manager also follows up with the entire team involved in the product development to ensure that deliverables and milestones are met as when due and also ensures that the product meets the need for which it was developed.
UI/UX stands for User Interface and User experience respectively, this is one of the highly needed tech roles in the tech industry that requires no coding at all. The UI/UX is to developers what an architect is to a builder.
A UI/UX designer designs the visual representation of a software, application, or product and works hand-in-glove with the developers to bring their design to life in a way that the end user’s experience while interacting with the application is seamless.
However, some schools of thought has argued that basic coding knowledge is required to be successful, but overall, it isn’t a requirement.
Writing is a great part of the tech industry, a technical writer documents processes involved in developing products and then writes a manual of use for products, and creates training materials.
A content writer also writes on tech activities sometimes with the aim to educate or informing the public of the activities going on in the tech space.
This tech job does not require coding, it requires that the technical trainer understands how to use a product effectively, then develops training programs that will educate the end-users on how to effectively use a product.
The business analyst’s role is to understand tech startups, engage with stakeholders and understand their needs, which help them come up with the best-fit solution on how to use the technology to improve their processes, reduce their costs and increase their revenue.
This tech job is one of the most interesting tech roles, with absolutely zero coding skills required. However, knowing how to deal with people is a needed skill.
Techies thrive in communities, so the community manager is responsible for engaging with the community, and sharing relevant news with the community among other community activities.
Social Media Manager
This tech job requires no coding at all, the social media management skills needed here are top-notch though.
The social media manager is required to know how to effectively communicate the brand, curate relatable content, run ads as well as improve the online presence of the brand.
The sales engineer is also a non-coding tech job, however, some technicalities are required as the sales engineer is tasked with promoting and eventually making sales of products which could be software programs or technological products.
Technical Accounts Manager
This is also called the clients’ manager, and just like the name, it involves interacting and managing the relationship with clients.
They understand the needs of the client and communicate that to the necessary department.
There are still many more tech jobs that do not require coding apart from the ones listed above, the key is to research, find your area of interest, or find a job with a similar description to the non-tech job you already have, and you would still have a fulfilling tech career.
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