Technology Jobs

Technology jobs are rising rapidly, with 557,100 jobs created between 2016 and 2026. As of 2017, the median salary is $84,580. People with careers in technology often work with businesses and continue to educate themselves on current and new technology.

Education

Most types of information technology jobs need a bachelors degree in computer science. If a person with a technology job works in a business, they may need to take some business classes to better serve the company's computer needs. If they work in a hospital, they will need to learn about Medicare and Medicaid so they can process medical records. Those who work in a bank might need to learn about banking regulations, procedures and requirements so they can properly store data. A person with a technology job will continue taking classes as new and innovative technologies emerge to keep their education current.

 

 

Basic Skills For Technology Jobs

There are some basic requirements most technology jobs have:

  • Analytical skills

  • Communication skills

  • Creativity

  • Problem-solving skills

  • Being detail oriented

Working in this field requires a person to back up and store data to keep it secure. They may identify needs and ensure databases run effectively without errors. They devise new ways to add functionality to current computer systems. To create new systems, they configure new software. To ensure there are no errors,

run tests on their software and programs. They also merge old databases into new ones for security and efficiency.

Other technology jobs might involve coding to build databases and software and turn new programs into commands that computers can operate. They could have knowledge of Structured Query Language (SQL) to effectively edit and manage information from databases into computer programs. They need to communicate both with their teams and business management and be able to clearly explain new systems and developed programs. Being able to think outside the box is important to effective problem-solving when software doesnt work and programs are clunky. Attention to detail is important, so sensitive information like credit card numbers are not entered incorrectly. Having a career in the technology industry offers the opportunity to learn and grow in this fast-paced environment.

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