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IT Jobs Among Top Careers in New Year
Revenge of the nerds?!
A report ranking the best jobs in 2013 is chock full of IT roles, with database administrator, systems analyst, software developer and Web developer achieving rare air.
According to the recent U.S. News and World Report findings, reported on recently in InfoWorld, those positions took up nearly half the “top ten” spots on the list. Computer programmer, IT manager and systems administrator roles cracked the top 25.
The ranking of 100 jobs was based on the hiring demand using U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics findings and scored out through salary, job prospects, growth potential and other factors.
Though these factors don’t universally grade out at the high end for each and every IT job on the list (for example, IT manager roles rank high for stress level, but also top out on potential with a projected 18 percent employment growth rate in the next decade), the “in-your-face” presence of so many IT roles among the upper echelon of this list signals that, indeed, techies are in high demand these days.
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Source: CompTIA IT Career Blog
Shake Things Up in 2013
Whether you’re an active job seeker in the ever-changing IT industry or an entrenched veteran in need of new challenges, your New Year’s resolutions are ready-made.
A clear takeaway from the recent article in CIO.com offering career resolutions is all IT pros need to evolve along with the industry. As organizations gear up to add staff in an IT job market expected to hit the ground running in the year to come, your organized competitors for those jobs are already doing much of the following:
- Expand your sphere of influence to understand the big-picture business side of the industry you target
- Chart out a career map which includes a skills analysis, plan to bridge skills gaps and network of peers and mentors
- Build a current, dynamic personal website to market your “brand”
- Keep on top of your social profile by searching for yourself to see what comes up, much like your prospective hiring manager would
- Proper interview follow-up can pay under-appreciated dividends
- Get out of the comfort zone with new classes, seminars and industry introductions
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Source: CompTIA IT Careers Blog