Information Technology

I.T. jobs are found in tech firms large and small along with demand for I.T. pros in all business and public sectors across our region.

Fast Facts About Local Information Technology

  • 3,177 People in our Region Employed in Computer & Mathematical Occupations
  • 116 Employers in our Region Competing for Talent
  • $60,358 Average Annual Salary

Select any of the Information Technology Pathways for more about growing a career in I.T. Learn about what each job entails, wages, growth, openings, required skills, and how to train for these jobs. Return to SectorReady Pathways >

Information Technology Pathways

Both customer service and graphic design can serve as an entry point for a career in information technology. Select a link below to learn more.

Support occupations are important to both keep people at work and the systems they rely upon in action. Select a job title below to learn more.

Computer programmers write and test code that allow computer applications and software programs to function as instructions that a computer can follow. Select the link below to learn more.

I.T. administrator jobs are responsible for day-to-day operation of networks, and work to organize, install, and support various data communication systems. Select a link below to learn more.

Software developers create applications and the underlying systems that run various devices or control networks. Select a job title below to learn more.

Systems management positions involve planning coordinating, and directing the computer-related activities in an organization, helping to determine information technology goals and implementing the required systems to meet those goals. Select a job title below to learn more.