If you have the right specialty skills in information technology, companies are looking for you, and will pay good money to snag you. If you're already on their A team, they'll go out of their way to keep you. After serious busts earlier this decade, information technology today continues on its rejuvenated roll.
Demand is particular good in applications development and applications architecture, two of the highest-paid areas. Companies are struggling to find messaging administrators, troubleshooters, data modelers, and network managers. Regionally, financial, healthcare, technology-manufacturing industries are looking for good people with special skills.
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