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*2008 Bureau of Labor Statistics:
Information Technology: Employment in the information sector is expected to increase by 4 percent, adding 118,100 jobs by 2018. The sector contains fast-growing computer-related industries.
The data-processing, hosting, and related services industry, which is expected to grow by 53 percent, includes establishments that provide web and application hosting and streaming services.
Internet publishing and broadcasting is expected to grow rapidly as it gains market share from newspapers and other more traditional media.
Software publishing is projected to grow by 30 percent as organizations of all types continue to adopt the newest software products.
*Data aquired from the BLS online database
- Overview of 2008 - 2018 Projections -
"The Information sector has the second highest projected job growth rate in Albuquerque."
March 2010 ABQ Journal
Network Systems and Data Communications Analysts - Occupational Profile
Courtesy of Careers.org
Computer Scientists and Database Administrators will continue to enjoy excellent job prospects. As technology becomes more sophisticated and complex, however, these positions will demand a higher level of skill and expertise from employees.
Individuals with an advanced degree in Computer Science or Computer Engineering or with an MBA concentrated in Information Systems should enjoy favorable employment prospects. College graduates with a bachelor’s degree in Computer Science, Computer Engineering, Information Science, or MIS will enjoy positive prospects, particularly if they have supplemented their formal education with practical experience.
Because employers continue to seek computer specialists who can combine strong technical skills with good business skills, individuals with a combination of experience inside and outside the IT arena will enjoy the best job prospects.