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In-demand information technology (IT) jobs
Information technology is a major part of the tech industry and it continues to grow. Here
are five in demand IT jobs.
Monster staff

The tech industry continues to
grow. In fact, the Bureau of Labor
Statistics projects a 13% growth
rate between 2016 and 2026. And
according to an industry research
report from CompTIA, the global
information technology market is
expected to reach $5 trillion this
year. Yes, trillion. The biggest sector
of the tech industry continues to be
IT and business services, and that
growth means new IT jobs.
To make it easier for you to find the
right job in IT and business services,
we compiled data using the
TalentNeuron tool from Gartner to
determine top tech jobs posted to
Monster. We then consulted Labor
Insights™ from Burning Glass to
layer in some more specifics about
the prospects for the top jobs on
Monster—things like job growth
and median annual salary.
Check out this list of five in-demand
IT jobs and see if one of them is the
right fit for you.

Computer support specialist
What you’ll do: You’ll provide
technical support to computer
users, either as a part of an
organization’s or company’s IT

department, or to individual
users in person or via telephone
or other communication. You’ll
maintain computer networks and
fix problems as they arise, or help
clients and customers diagnose and
solve computer problems.

Data warehouse analyst

What you’ll need: According to
Labor Insights™ data, the majority
of jobs require a high school
diploma or an associate degree.
Top skills include customer
service, Microsoft Active Directory,
hardware and software installation

What you’ll do: Data warehouse
analysts design, build, and maintain
computer systems that store large
amounts of data. You’ll implement
methods of processing or retrieving
data while addressing security and
privacy requirements.

What you’ll make (median annual
salary): $42K

What you’ll need: Although a
bachelor’s degree is frequently
sought, some positions require only
a high school diploma and previous
experience. Top skills include SQL,
Extraction Transformation and
Loading (ETL), Informatica.

Computer systems engineer
What you’ll do: As a computer
system engineer, you’ll create
computer and data communication
networks for companies and
organizations. plan and design
layouts for a network, determine
the hardware needed and
placement of computers, servers,
cables, and routers; determine data
storage and system capacity, speed,
and software needed for a system.
What you’ll need: Most computer
systems engineer positions require

a bachelor’s degree, although some
jobs may require a high school
diploma. Top skills include systems
engineering, Linux, Java.
What you’ll make: $104K

What you’ll make: $92K

IT project manager
What you’ll do: You’d manage
projects for a company in
the information technology
(IT) industry; identify project
requirements, develop and manage
project budgets and schedules,
lead project teams, and manage

communications with project
stakeholders, including company
management and clients. Projects
may include initiatives to create
new products or improve or
expand technology or systems.

or information sciences, but some
employers may be open to different
education programs in conjunction
with IT or computer programming
skills. Top skills include systems
analysis, SQL, SAP.

What you’ll need: A bachelor’s
degree or higher. Top skills include
scrum, software development, JIRA.

What you’ll make: $84K

What you’ll make: $105K

Systems analyst
What you’ll do: As a systems
analyst, you’ll review the overall
information processing needs of a
business or organization to help it
plan and build computer networks,
acquire the right software, and test
systems for accuracy, efficiency,
and ease of use.
What you’ll need: Most jobs require
a bachelor’s degree in computer

The right information
Getting your foot in the door in the
tech industry, and IT specifically,
requires not only the right skills
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