1 main industry in need of skilled workers…

1 Mar

As we can see from reading one of my team members posts ( 111452752), Systems analysts need to have many skills.

  • Analytical skills.
  • Technical skills.
  • Managerial skills.
  • Interpersonal skills.

To achieve these skills, it will take many years af training anf working with Information systems.

More and more students are being incouraged to think about a career in Information systems

Stats show that by 2020, on average one in every twenty jobs created will be in the IT profession.

  • Jobs for software programmers are expected to rise by aprox 35%
  • Computer systems analysts arjobs are expected to rise by aprox 20%
  • Managers are looking to expand their IT departments by a future 20% atleast

As jobs are the IT section are booming, fewer and fewer students are choosing a computer related major. this it making business owners worry about being able to find enough IT workers to maintain growth in the future.

This should show students that there is good job security and avalability for jobs in the IT, computer science and programming sector.

4 Responses to “1 main industry in need of skilled workers…”

  1. sad111350396 March 2, 2013 at 2:46 pm #

    Great blog, never knew the system analyst needed to have so many skills!!! Its great to see that “Jobs for software programmers are expected to rise by aprox 35%
    Computer systems analysts jobs are expected to rise by aprox 20%”. Job security and avalability would definitely attract lots of people to certain jobs. Clear and understandable🙂

  2. sad111302881 March 2, 2013 at 9:02 pm #

    Great blog🙂 I like the way you discuss students’ option in IT/IS careers, it’s a very relevant topic and interesting to read

  3. sad111452782 March 2, 2013 at 9:34 pm #

    Informative blog I think IT is a very realistic career choice and essential in today’s world..good job

  4. sad109566511 March 8, 2013 at 8:55 pm #

    Well written,concise and to the point!very good ideas and opinions too🙂

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