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Hate programming, but interested in IT

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I agree, you don't need to code to work in IT. It helps, and you may be seen as more desirable that way, but it's not a deal-breaker. Having a working knowledge/understanding of HTML or ASP or VB.NET and being upfront that you're not about to re-wire an application, but can assist, would be seen as having a good attitude and being a "team player"

Who knows, maybe you'll be thrown into a project and realize you like some aspect of it later in life. It's not all sitting in-front of a screen for hours on end.