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Information Technology means the use of hardware, software, services, and supporting infrastructure to manage and deliver information using voice, data, and video. Information technology is building communications networks, safeguarding data and information, creating and administering databases, helping system users troubleshoot problems with their computers or mobile devices, or doing a range of other work to ensure the efficiency and security of business information systems. Demand for professionals in this field is high and growing, and people entering the field have a range of career paths to choose from.

Rising Star Careers

RISING STAR CAREERS

Computer Network Support Specialists $78,220

Web Developers $79,000

Computer Programmers $84,000

Database Administrators and Architects $98,000

Computer Systems Analysts $105,030

Information Security Analysts $107,590

Software Quality Assurance Analysts and Testers $112,700

Bureau of Labor Statistics

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Student Success Story:
Meet Taylor

Mountain Range High School 2020

Enrolling in the information technology program really opened my eyes to the different careers in technology and software development. I am continuing my education at Front Range Community College by majoring in Cyber Security.