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10 Hot IT Jobs for 2013

Here are 10 hot IT jobs predicted for 2013 and beyond.

Data Scientist Data Scientist

Deemed “the sexiest job of the 21st century” by Harvard Business Review, data scientists bridge the gap between the skills of a statistician, a computer scientist and an MBA. Salaries vary from $110,000 to $140,000.

Source: Network World
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 Database Administrator Database Administrator

From 2010 to 2020, employment of database administrators is anticipated to grow by 31 percent. In 2013, salaries are expected to increase, on average, by 5.1 percent, topping out at $119,500.

Source: Robert Half Technology
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Network Architect Network Architect

During this decade, the employment of network architects is expected to increase 22 percent, faster than the average for all occupations. In 2013, salary increases are predicted to be 7 percent higher than last year, topping out at $146,500.

Source: Robert Half Technology
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Application Developer Application Developer

With an expected 6.5 percent increase next year, the salary of application developers can top out at around $114,500.

Source: Robert Half Technology
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Business Intelligence Analyst Business Intelligence Analyst

With an expected 7.3 increase in salary in 2013, a business intelligence analyst could see his salary increase up to $132,500.

Source: Robert Half Technology
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Mobile Application Developer Mobile Application Developer

With the largest expected increase in the technology field, mobile application developers could see their salaries increase up to $133,500 next year, an increase of 9 percent from 2012

Source: Robert Half Technology
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Database Portal Administrators Database Portal Administrators

Database portal administrators can expect a 7.5 percent increase on their salary in 2013, topping out at $114,500.

Source: Robert Half Technology
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Data Security Analyst Data Security Analyst

With salaries capping out at $129,750, data security analysts can expect to see their salaries increase by 6.8 percent, on average over the next year.

Source: Robert Half Technology
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Software Engineer Software Engineer

Software Engineers could see their salaries grow by 6.8 percent in 2013, topping out at $127,750.

Source: Robert Half Technology
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Systems Analyst Systems Analyst

Systems analysts could see their salaries increase by 5.9 percent, capping out at $103,500.

Source: Robert Half Technology
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For more on IT hiring trends in the coming years, click here to read about Gartner’s forecast

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Gartner says worldwide IT spending will increase 3.8 percent in 2013 to reach $3.7 trillion, and that excitement for big data is leading the way. By 2015, the analyst and market research firm says, 4.4 million jobs will be created to support big data. And beyond big data the demand for IT employees keeps growing as well. According to Robert Half Technology, the pool of available talent continues to shrink, driving average salaries up as much as 9 percent from 2012.

 

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