Introduction: Jobs, Jobs, Jobs!
Information Systems jobs are among the highest paying and fastest growing, according to the US Department of Labor.
U.S. Rep. Jared Polis says the Computer Science Education Act would help train American students for the more than 1.5 million high-paying computing jobs expected to be created in the United States by 2018. Read More
Information Systems graduates move into positions of responsibility and leadership in corporations, small businesses and government organizations. Modern enterprises depend on Information Systems specialists, valuing their ability to design innovative and effective computing solutions to meet complex organization objectives.
Articles about IS Job Prospects
- USA Today: Fewer students pursue computer-related degrees
- NJIT's Vector Newspaper: NJIT Students Still in Demand Despite Bad Job Market: Page 1, Page 2
- The Six Hottest New Jobs in IT
- Where the Jobs Are in 2011: Software Engineering
- Computing jobs are in Top 5 According to Yahoo
Business, Web, & IS Job Growth
|Network / Communications Analysts||53%|
|Software Engineers / Application Analysts||34%|
|Network / Systems Administrators||23%|
|Computer Systems Analysts||20%|
* Projected job growth between 2008 and 2018 from the US Department of Labor
Business, Web, & IS Salaries
|Web Content Designer||$60K|
|Web Interface Designer||$90K|
|Business Systems Analyst / Designer||$60K|
|Information Systems Auditor||$64K|
|Application Systems Analyst||$64K|
|Web Content Specialist||$64K|
* Median entry-level salary levels in the metro-NY region from www.salary.com, July 2011