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Increased Demand for Tech Professionals

October 18, 2010 No Comments

According to the U.S. Department of Labor’s predictions for the fastest-growing careers, technology–in any number of forms–is almost a sure bet.
Computer-related jobs are especially high on the DOL’s list, particularly in the area of information security to help companies stay in front of hackers and protect data.

Among the IT positions most in demand are computer software engineers; computer support specialists; network and computer systems administrators; data communications analysts; desktop publishers; database administrators; computer systems analysts; medical record and health information technicians; computer and information systems managers; and computer and information scientists and researchers, according to the DOL.

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