Employment Opportunities for Computer and Information Systems Managers to Grow by 22.1% by 2020.

by QuickCert on October 23, 2013

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According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the top 10% earned more than $166,400. Employers in California, New York, Texas, Virginia and Washington hire more computer and information systems managers than employers elsewhere in the country, according to the BLS. California, Virginia and New York also are three of the five states where IT professionals earn the most money. New Jersey and Delaware round out this list. Not surprisingly, workers in large metro areas such as New York, Washington, D.C., Boston, Chicago and San Jose earn more than workers in smaller metro areas.

The BLS expects employment opportunities for computer and information systems managers, such as those who are MCSA certified, to grow by 22.1% by 2020. Companies upgrading their existing IT systems will drive this growth, according to the BLS, as will the creation of new jobs in the health care industry. Staying current on changes in technology and industry standards should additionally increase employment opportunities for MSCA-certified candidates.

QuickCertʼs new MCSA credential focuses on the ability to design and build technology solutions featuring Windows Server 2008, 2012, SQL Server 2008, 2012, and Windows 8.

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