Earn From $20 to $35 per Hour with South Florida’s Hottest Jobs- Part 2
In our first blog post, we started exploring some of the fastest-growing occupations in South Florida. Recent research from labor analytics firm Emsi shows that there are high demands for some careers in health care, business and IT. Here are a few more to consider.
Over the last decade, advances in technology have driven demand for tech jobs at a record pace. If you’re looking for a high-tech job, you may want to consider these:
- Computer Network Support Specialist: These IT professionals help with the creation, maintenance, and troubleshooting of computer network products. Broward College currently offers 20 associate’s degrees and certificate programs in computer science and information technology. The median hourly earnings are $25.18.
- Information Security Analyst: This specialty is responsible for maintaining the security of computer network systems and preventing cyber attacks. Many information security analysts earn a bachelor’s degree in computer science, programming or engineering. The Computer Science programs at Broward College are specifically designed to provide the necessary training in as little as one to two years as a full-time student. The median hourly earnings are $35.48.
- Information Technology Project Manager: This role involves the creation and management of IT infrastructures and systems. The Technology Project Management Associate in Science degree at Broward College prepares students for employment opportunities as entry-level project management professionals, especially in the field of Information Technology. The median hourly earnings are $35.48.
Learn more about computer science jobs and other fields through the Science Technology, Engineering and Math programs at Broward College
Want to land a hot job?
Make sure to take advantage Broward College Career Centers. Meet with a career coach to match your skills with a career pathway and create an education. Broward College offers more than 140 programs including bachelor’s and associate’s degrees or certificates. Explore our areas of study to find the college degree program that’s right for you.