As Americans' lives are increasingly filled with technology, careers in information technology are expected to grow significantly through the end of the decade.
The Bureau of Labor Statistics forecasts that many IT jobs are expected to grow faster or much faster than average through 2020. What's more,... Read More »
By Debra Auerbach
We live in a technology-driven society, always awaiting the next big technology breakthrough. We wait in line for the newest phone, only to do it all over again once the next version debuts. A flat-screen TV is nice, but one equipped with 3-D technology is even better. Read More »
By Annie Favreau
Faster software, tastier food, cooler robots, greener businesses-science and technology make the world better every day.
And if you're interested in going after a science or tech career, contributing to a brighter tomorrow is not the only perk: you seriously raise your chances of finding an... Read More »
By Lori Michelle Ryan
Which fields are growing and offer well-paying jobs? STEM careers - those that focus on science, technology, engineering and mathematics - require special skills and training and professionals are in high demand now and will be in the future.
In the new edition of his book, 150 Best... Read More »
By Melissa Santos
You see those 'dream jobs' listed all the time – sought after roles, interesting products or services, great company, culture, and perks. You may be fortunate enough to hear back from some of the companies for an informal conversation, or better yet, brought in for an interview.... Read More »
It's no secret that Silicon Valley has a problem finding the talent it needs to fill all the high-tech jobs available in the region. The area expects jobs in information and communications technologies to grow 15 percent during the next two years, Menlo Park Patch reports.
The trick for many employers is how... Read More »
SAN FRANCISCO -- Networking equipment company Cisco Systems Inc. could eliminate as many as 10,000 jobs, or about 14 percent of its workforce, to revive profit growth, Bloomberg said, citing two people familiar with the matter.
As many as 7,000 jobs would be eliminated by the end of August, the sources... Read More »
According to a study by Dice Holdings, Inc. a provider of specialized career websites for professional communities, employers are increasingly optimistic about hiring these days, with slightly more than half (51 percent) anticipating hiring more professionals in the second half of 2011 than in the previous... Read More »
The year 2010 saw both the bottoming out and the strong return of the tech sector, reports Bloomberg Business Week. Leading the comeback kids has been Oklahoma City which has been trying to take on Silicon Valley.
How does the tech sector look now? According to Moody's Analytics, the tech sector added 47,000... Read More »
The economic recovery could be jump started by technology. This could be a replay of how the 1990s boom was put into motion by the technology sector, reports Portfolio.
Tech is the one bright spot in the economy when it comes to plans for hiring in the next six months. Grant Thornton, an audit, tax, and... Read More »
Silicon Valley (Northern California) and Silicon Alley (New York) are so last century when it comes to being major high-tech draws. Even the Boston/Cambridge and Washington, D.C./Arlington areas seems to be taking a back seat to the nation's new "Brain Belt," so christened by Joel Kotkin, the... Read More »
According to the Occupational Outlook Handbook, employment of computer and information systems managers is expected to grow 17 percent during the 2008-'18 decade, faster than the average for all occupations. Growth is expected to be the fastest in computer systems design establishments, software publishing... Read More »
Jobs are being created daily due to the explosive growth of digital technologies, and companies everywhere are hiring software engineers to meet the growing demand for new computer software systems.
Snagging an entry-level job is the right place to start for a rewarding career as a software engineer. The best... Read More »
Paul Maidment, Forbes
If you want to find the top-paying jobs in the U.S. tech industry, you may want to look in the obvious places -- Montgomery, Ala., Idaho Falls, Idaho, and Fort Smith, Ark., for instance. Surprised? So were we. But for those looking to make top dollar as programmers, systems engineers and... Read More »