BEST JOBS IN THE TECHNOLOGY SECTOR
Looking for a job now? You may want to consider the best jobs in the technology sector.
Considered as the sexiest job of the 21st century by the Harvard Business Review, a data scientist help firms or organizations come up with business decisions by analyzing data. There is a low supply of eligible candidates although there is a high demand for this role. Majority of them either hold a Master’s degree or a Ph.D. in mathematics or statistics, engineering, or computer science.
Computer and Information Research Scientist
Computer and information research scientists form and develop new system to computing technology, and search inventive usage for existing technology as well. They also write algorithms to help business evaluate data. The post, even though the demand is high, has a small candidate pool.
Computer and Information Systems Manager
In a company or organization, the managers plan, coordinate, and oversee computer-related activities. They are also called chief information officers, chief technology officers, information technology managers, IT directors, or IT security managers. A bachelor’s degree in computer or information science is required. Some firms prefer an MBA holder.
Computer Support Specialist
Computer support specialists deal with IT matters in an entity. There are two kinds of computer support specialists: computer network support specialists who handle IT staff to resolve problems, and computer user support specialists (or help desk techs) who help customers and non-technical employees. Although it is the lowest paying job, it only requires an associate degree or postsecondary certificate.
Computer Systems Analyst
Knowledgeable in information technology and business, computer systems analysts design and integrate new computer systems. Qualified candidates need a bachelor’s degree in any computer-related field. As of present, growth has expanded in the following areas: cloud computing, healthcare records, and mobile technology.
Information Security Analyst
These analysts are responsible for protecting an entity’s computer networks and systems. To become an information security analyst, one needs to obtain a bachelor’s degree in computer science or programming. Some employees prefer someone with an MBA in information systems. International security company Gemalto reported over one billion records were breached last year.
Network and Computer Systems Administrator
Despite having lowest growth rate, firms still need network and computer systems administrator to manage daily technology operations, including installation and maintenance of local and wide area networks and intranets. Usually, eligible candidates need a bachelor’s degree in computer engineering, computer science, electrical engineering, or information science.
Sales engineer sells complicated scientific and technology products or services to businesses. Most of them have a degree in business, science, or technology. The demand for this designation is not as high unlike other industries. However, the growth rate is four times as fast for those who sell computer software and hardware.
In essence, software developers design software for the world’s usage. They are the brains behind operating systems, mobile apps, and other technology-driven products we use everyday. A bachelor’s degree in computer science, mathematics, or software engineering is required to get this job.
Like a computer support specialist, a bachelor’s degree is not a requirement to become a web developer. There are three types of web developers: web architects who manage the technical construction of the website, web designers who create the layout of the site, and webmasters who maintain the site.
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