Today, nearly every aspect of our life infuses technology. Therefore, students that studied science, technology, engineering or mathematics are in demand by employers. Currently the top five technological careers for 2012 are:
Computer Systems Analyst
To add value and productivity to an organization a computer systems analyst produces new computer systems working with software and hardware. Most analysts concentrate in accounting, financial or business systems.
A database administrator is responsible for installation, configuration and maintenance of corporate databases. An administrator may be part of the design, performance, migration and technical support of the database.
An IT manager supervises the technological resources of the corporation or department. Managers assist in the organization and coordination of software distribution, develop policies and procedures for departments and provide support and resources for everyday business objectives.
Software developers and engineers develop software applications to run on web servers and web browsers. A web developer may be involved in designing user-interface for web and mobile design applications.
Wireless Networking Professional
At the corporate level, wireless networking professionals are in charge of the development, maintenance and security of wireless networks. This may include public or private cloud networks or wired networks.