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Explosion of teleworking IT professions in the United States in 2023: Discover the five most sought after!

The most sought-after IT professions

The information technology (IT) sector is evolving rapidly and offers many career opportunities, particularly in the context of teleworking. In 2023, certain professions particularly stand out. Here is an overview of the five most sought-after IT professions in the United States, a trend that is also found in France.

1. Software developers

Software developers are in high demand, with 10,561 job openings posted in September alone. On average, they can earn an annual salary of $117,298.

These professionals are responsible for the design, development, installation, testing and maintenance of software systems. Their expertise covers programming, application design, websites or mobile applications.

2. IT Project Managers or Data Analysts

Positions for IT project managers or data analysts are also very popular, with 5,983 job offers in September. The average salary for these professions is $99,330 annually.

Managers oversee the planning, execution and delegation of responsibilities related to all IT projects. They collaborate closely with various areas of IT. Data analysts, on the other hand, leverage technology to extract meaningful insights from large data sets.

3. Data Scientists

Data scientists are at the heart of digital transformation. As of September, there were 2,928 job vacancies in this field, with an average salary of $124,515.

Experts in analysis, they use statistics, mathematics and computer programming to process and interpret large volumes of data to provide valuable insights.

4. Systems Analysts

Systems analysts play a key role in solving business problems by analyzing their computer systems. As of September, there were 2,600 job openings in this field, with an average salary of $83,387.

They conduct in-depth investigations of problems and issues, create and maintain systems documentation, and audit and test programs and databases.

5. IT Support Specialists

IT support specialists are essential for customer service-oriented businesses. As of September, there were 2,529 positions available in this field, with an average salary of $54,777.

With technical and interpersonal skills, they interact directly with customers to meet their IT needs, contributing to a satisfactory customer experience.