Information Technology Jobs in America: Corporate & Government Career Guide
Author: Info Tech Employment
Publisher: Info Tech Employment
Release Date: January 01, 2010
Opportunities in Corporate America and in State-City and U.S. Federal Government make Information Technology a Sound Long Term Career Choice. Companies Keep Hiring As Demand Grows. Why 'Outsourcing' May Lose Its Power as a Scare Word. Shifting Occupations in the Industry. Computer Jobs Are Changing in Nature. Less Programming - More Managing. Career & Hiring Choices for Employer & Employee Expand. A New Workforce Model Presents Opportunities for Part-Time, Contracting, & High-Paid In-House Expertise. Tech Jobs with Government Are Lively Stable, Secure, and Well-Paid. Tech Jobs Are Available in Federal, State and City Government. Tech Jobs Emerge in All Sectors. Companies Hiring IT Staff from Third-Party Providers. Experience Is an Acceptable Substitute for Education. Core Skills Include Business-Process Understanding - Critical Thinking - Communication. Companies Are Attracting & Retaining Experienced IT Workers. The Climate is Favorable for Computer Professionals - Entry Level & Experienced. Tech Jobs are Lucrative. Technical & 'Non-Technical' Tech Jobs Are Available.
Information Technology Jobs in America shows published government IT salaries, 5-year salary projections, and Pension estimates, for tech jobs in Federal Government and State and City governments for the 50 U.S. States and major Cities. Salaries for Job Classifications used by IT Service Providers will surprise and please you, as you find out about this special sector for hiring. The composition of the American workforce is changing; the nature of tech work is changing. Information Technology Jobs in America provides a lively read for American employers and employees. With current data, the authors show where thejobs are in Corporate America and in American Federal, State, and Municipal government agencies and departments. Today's information technology hiring practices and opportunities open the field. Salaries show a higher paid class of employees.