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Information Technology Jobs In The US

Looking for Information technology jobs in US? Need to start a career in information technology? This article will show you where you should look for them.

Looking for Information technology jobs in US? Need to start a career in information technology? This article will show you where you should look for them.

As an IT consultant, your service is more valuable in this century because bits and bytes are the basic units of office work these days. People need information technology to communicate, to pay bills online, to learn, to do business, to entertain them and actually to live their complete lives.

Where to look for IT jobs? There are thousands of skills in IT, hundreds of skills are growing and people still complain that they don’t get the right job. Guess what? IT recruiters also complain that they can’t find the right candidates..

There is a missing link that has to be reconnected. The path between an IT job seeker and the job he or she wants is a little messed up due to the vastness in this field and the nature of these IT skills to overlap with each other. The new FETCH technology has made it possible to connect the IT recruiters and IT job seekers in less than 30 seconds.

Let me explain.. This is what normally happens: You post the resume to a job board and start receiving hundreds of job alerts. A lot of those jobs are not relevant, some of them not really in your area of interest even though you have the necessary skills and a few of them ask for more qualification. You spend your time and manage to find some good IT requirements and you call the recruiters just to find that the positions have been filled. You try to search for jobs yourself and you get hundreds of results which don’t leave you enough time to sort through and find the right resume.

In 30 days of job search, you may get some 10 requirements which exactly match your resume. But the time you spent for these 30 days is too long and you could have found those 10 jobs in 30 seconds if the whole searching process is automated.

That is what FETCH is all about. You post the resume, you let the FETCH do the searching for you and you get the right jobs to your inbox in 30 seconds.

To get your matched IT jobs in United States, to apply for them and get a good career in information technology, upload your resume to Corp-corp.com.

Is There Much Demand For Information Technology Jobs?

Yes, and it is increasing. According to the report taken in the third quarter of 2010, there has been 15% increase in the technical job postings when compared to the number in the same period in 2009.

California is number one in hiring information technology consultants and the top ten states for information technology jobs in United States are California (CA), New Jersey (NJ), New York (NY), Texas (TX), Illinois (IL), Pennsylvania (PA), Virginia (VA), Georgia (GA), Massachusetts (MA), and Florida (FL).

Here is a list of Information Technology skills and where to find the jobs for them:

Java, J2EE jobs in US

Java/J2EE skills are the first highest set of skills in demand in United States. The skills include Java server side, Java front end, Websphere, Documentum, Websphere portal development etc. You can search for technical jobs in Java at http://www.corp-corp.com/Java_J2EE_contract_jobs.aspx?aid=hd6

Dot Net, VB, ASP and C# jobs in US

Dot Net, VB, ASP and C# skills share the second place with two other sets of skills namely system administration and SAP. The skills include ASP.NET, BizTalk, C#, Sharepoint, Silverlight, VB.Net, VBA (Visual Basic for Applications), Visual Basic etc.

You can find technical jobs in Dot Net, VB, ASP and C# at http://www.corp-corp.com/dot_net_C-Sharp_VB_ASP_jobs.aspx?aid=hd6

SAP jobs in US

There is a long list of SAP products which are the following:

• SAP Business Objects Suite (BOBJ)

• SAP Advanced Planner and Optimizer (APO)

• SAP Analytics

• SAP Apparel and Footwear Solution (AFS)

• SAP Business Information Warehouse (BW)

• SAP Business Intelligence (BI)

• SAP Catalog Content Management (CCM)

• SAP Convergent Charging (CC)

• SAP Convergent Invoicing (CI)

• SAP Enterprise Buyer Professional (EBP)

• SAP Enterprise Learning

• SAP Portal (EP)

• SAP Exchange Infrastructure (XI) (From release 7.0 onwards, SAP XI has been renamed as SAP Process Integration (SAP PI))

• Governance, Risk and Compliance (GRC)

• Enterprise Central Component (ECC)

• SAP Human Resource Management Systems (HRMS)

• SAP Internet Transaction Server (ITS)

• SAP Incentive and Commission Management (ICM)

• SAP Knowledge Warehouse (KW)

• SAP Manufacturing

• SAP Master Data Management (MDM)

• SAP Service and Asset Management

• SAP Solutions for mobile business

• SAP Solution Composer

• SAP Sourcing

• SAP Strategic Enterprise Management (SEM)

• SAP Test Data Migration Server (TDMS)

• SAP Training and Event Management (TEM)

• SAP NetWeaver Application Server (Web AS)

• SAP xApps

• SAP Supply Chain Performance Management (SCPM)

• SAP for Retail (ISR)

• SAP for Utilities (ISU)

• SAP Business One (6.2, 6.5, 2004, 2005, 2007, 8.8x)

• SAP Business ByDesign

• SAP Business All-in-One

• SAP Enterprise Services Architecture

• SAP NetWeaver Platform

o SAP NetWeaver Portal (formerly SAP Enterprise Portal)

o SAP NetWeaver BW (formerly SAP NetWeaver BI- Since SAP purchased Business Objects the term SAP BI refers to the presentation layer (reporting) tools to avoid confusion between existing SAP BI solutions.)

o SAP NetWeaver Visual Composer

o SAP Auto-ID Infrastructure

o SAP Composite Application Framework

o SAP Netweaver Development Infrastructure

• SAP Business Connector (deprecated/removed from product range)

• SAP R/2

• SAP R/3

• SAP CCMS, monitoring program

• SAPgui

• eCATT

• SAP Central Process Scheduling, process automation and job scheduler

• SAP Solution Manager

For information technology jobs in SAP products, visit http://www.corp-corp.com/SAP_ABAP_BASIS_FICO_MM_PP_BW_jobs.aspx?aid=hd6

System and Network admins

System and network admins include a wide variety of skills which involve in installing, configuring, maintaining and troubleshooting hardware and software products. Here are the most popular ones: NT Admin, AIX admin, Cisco admin, Citrix admin, Linux admin, Storage area network (SAN) admin, Security identity management, Solaris admin, Telecomm engineer, Tivoli admin, Tibco admin, Unix admin, Weblogic admin, Websphere admin, Vmware admins etc.

To find and apply for system/network administration jobs in US, go to http://www.corp-corp.com/sys_admin_unix_network_cisco_jobs.aspx?aid=hd6

 Here is a list of remaining major skills in Information technology and their demand in percentage as per the report taken in Q3 of 2010:

QA/Testing: 8%

Datawarehousing/ETL: 7%

(Includes skills like Ab Initio, Informatica,Data modeler,Data architect, Data analyst, SAS etc)

Oracle Apps: 5%

(Includes Oracle financial, Oracle ERP, Oracle portal, Oracle CRM, Oracle ebusiness etc)

Project management: 5%

Reporting tools: 5%

(Includes skills like Actuate, Brio, Business Intelligence, Business objects,Cognos, Crystal reports, Hyperion, Microstrategy, Oracle business intelligence etc)

Database developers: 5%

(developers for MySQL, SQL server, Oracle, MS Access,Power builder, Sybase, Tera-Data etc)

Business Analysts: 4%

Database administrators: 4%

Web/Internet : 3%

(This includes a wide range of skills such as html, javascript, ColdFusion, LAMP,Lotus Notes/Domino, Multimedia/graphics skills like Photoshop, Flash, PHP, Technical writing, content writing, CMS like Drupal, Joomla etc)

Peoplesoft: 3%

Siebel: 2%

Mainframe: 1%

EAI- Middleware: 1%

(MQ series, Tibco, Web methods etc)

C++, VC++: 1%

Mobile Application: 1%

(Includes developments for Blackberry, Android, iPhone etc)

Unix, C, Shell scripting: 1%

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Comments (32)

hey what is the scope for Technical writers there

fishing organizations

Thanks for sharing those stats. It just goes to show that technology is really the field to be in these days.

@Deepak Technical writing comes under Web/Internet and are 3% of the total IT skills in demand

Andrew

I know there have been tough times (dot com crash), but you can't beat a job in information technology.

yabanc? dizi izle

I believe IT increases after day after all over the world.Big companies have to support information systems.

Nathan Chaney

It is always going to be in demand. Learn which niche you are going into, and learn new tricks and tips to do things and you will always have a job.

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Wii Points

I hate to say it but schools are trying to bush people through so fast that they are very narrow on what they teach you. So you come out of 2 years of schooling, with out all the requirements that jobs are looking for. that is why it is so hard for employees and employers are having such a hard time finding a good fit.

Wii Points

I hate to say it but schools are trying to bush people through so fast that they are very narrow on what they teach you. So you come out of 2 years of schooling, with out all the requirements that jobs are looking for. that is why it is so hard for employees and employers are having such a hard time finding a good fit.

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thanx for the info..............

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Indeed, it is so encouraging to read this post, I am an IT graduate just this march 2010 and I'm currently employed to an IT-related God and I am so thankful to have it though my course was decided to be taken for the sake of taking the opportunity to study for free. But anyway, I should be thankful for it for IT careers are increasing in number but I have a sort of regrets for I was not able to ponder some IT skills while I'm in college. But I'm currently doing some self-study to improve my skills so that I can explore the world of my course.

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Indeed, it is so encouraging to read this post, I am an IT graduate just this march 2010 and I'm currently employed to an IT-related jod and I am so thankful to have it though my course was decided to be taken for the sake of taking the opportunity to study for free. But anyway, I should be thankful for it for IT careers are increasing in number but I have a sort of regrets for I was not able to ponder some IT skills while I'm in college. But I'm currently doing some self-study to improve my skills so that I can explore the world of my course.

Golden Technologies Computer Services

It's scary where the lengths people have to go to find jobs, even in the IT sector.

Do you promote the idea of setting up Google Alerts to keep people on the lookout for IT jobs?

dally

Thank you so much for writing this post it's just what I was searching for.

sdhc

what I was searching for.

Griff

That's a great info and interesting article but i must admit that finding a good IT job can be a real pain in the ass sometimes. It's hard but where you finally got it you're like "hell yeah!".

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Super Glue

I hate to say it but schools are trying to bush people through so fast that they are very narrow on what they teach you. So you come out of 2 years of schooling, with out all the requirements that jobs are looking for. that is why it is so hard for employees and employers are having such a hard time finding a good fit.

Alex

Yes, I agree with Super Glue. That's the truth that when finishing school we don't get all requirements that jobs are looking for.

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Good post. I used to work for IBM/GM and there were no shortages for IT jobs or SAP engineers thats for sure.

Nancy Thomas

very nice post thanks for this.

Russell Davison

Be careful when analyzing job skill demand data for various countries. Demand for any skill does not really vary from year to year. The demand for carpenters, plumbers, engineers, IT consultants, project managers is, more or less, the same every year. It is the willingness of people, like IT consultants (for example) to accept the wage of $15.00 per hour that determines the demand. If an IT consultant is only willing to work for no less than $20.00 per hour then the demand for that person will be low. If an IT consultant is willing to work for $10.00 per hour then demand will be higher. So there are millions of jobs available. The question is, "How low will you go", compared to your 98,547,982 competitors?

Russell Davison

Be careful when analyzing job skill demand data for various countries. Demand for any skill does not really vary from year to year. The demand for carpenters, plumbers, engineers, IT consultants, project managers is, more or less, the same every year. It is the willingness of people, like IT consultants (for example) to accept the wage of $15.00 per hour that determines the demand. If an IT consultant is only willing to work for no less than $20.00 per hour then the demand for that person will be low. If an IT consultant is willing to work for $10.00 per hour then demand will be higher. So there are millions of jobs available. The question is, "How low will you go", compared to your 98,547,982 competitors?

Nancy Thomas

nice post, thanks for sharing this. i like it.

Russell Davison

Hi Freak,

The 15% increase in technical job postings for the 3rd quarter of 2010 simply means that companies are replacing staff that have moved elsewhere. Do you know any IT worker that has been in one position with a company for more than 2 years?

sudeep

than you for the informative stats.

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