Between automation and virtualization, the U.S. tech industry is constantly evolving. We searched Emsi’s job postings data over the last two years to find 10 emerging tech jobs you should know about for 2020.
The tech industry is an integral part of the innovation sector. This is particularly true in states and metros where tech has a strong economic impact, as CompTIA examined in its excellent Cyberstates 2017 report.
EMSI dove into Analyst, our labor market and education data software, to determine where IT jobs are expected to grow and decline the most by 2020. This information can help businesses find talent, universities and colleges make informed program planning decisions, and workforce development professionals prepare jobseekers for growing opportunities.
As easy as it is to caricature the French economy as being built on wine, cheese, and tourism, it’s also home to a growing and thriving high-tech sector that should be very interesting to anyone looking to understand the global technology economy.
Denver now ranks 33rd for overall recovery from the recession and 15th for employment specifically. So which industries and occupations are driving this job growth?
This summer we wrote about the 11% drop over the last decade in the number of computer and information science degrees awarded by U.S. education institutions. Well, it turns out, the share of females earning bachelor’s degrees in computer and IT has also declined, from 29% in 1990-91 to just 18% in 2010-2011. That’s from Catherine Rampell’s […]