With a projected employment increase of 53 percent--more than 5 times the rate for all occupations--network systems and data communications analyst
is projected to be the fastest growing IT occupation.
262-010 Data communications analyst
(professional and kindred).
All ten jobs are from three specific fields - technical, medical and education - and includes the following careers: (1) network systems and data communications analyst
, (2) physician's assistant, (3) computer software engineer, applications, (4) computer software engineer, systems software, (5) network and computer systems administrator, (6) database administrator (7) physical therapist, (8) medical scientist, (9) occupational therapist, and (10) college instructor.
In 1988 he joined the Assembly Office of Management and Budget as data communications analyst
for the Assembly's statewide voice and data network.
I haven't seen anything as good as this for twice the price,&uot; said Brian Strachman, voice and data communications analyst
for Cahners In-Stat Group.
CoSine has made significant progress in quickly bringing its IP Service Delivery Platform to market and has taken a step ahead of the competition in what will be a very competitive market," said Curtis Price, data communications analyst
at Stratecast Partners.
The issue of security is of paramount importance to many of the vertical industries at the forefront of the deployment of ATM in wide area networks, including members of the financial and defense communities," said Tim Burke, data communications analyst
, Yankee Group.
The upswing in the small office/home office (SOHO) and home user markets has spurted growth in modem sales," said Maribel Howard, Data Communications analyst
And occupations with the fastest growth in the coming years--such as biomedical engineers, network systems and data communications analysts
, medical scientists and physician assistants, to name just a few--will call for baccalaureate, master's and doctoral degrees in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) fields.
1%), and network systems and data communications analysts
Alumni work as network systems and data communications analysts
, information systems security specialists, disaster recovery agents, IT managers and computer forensics specialists.
Bureau of Labor Statistics to grow the fastest by 2016 are IT-related, led by network and data communications analysts
, software engineers, and systems analysts.