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1 November 4, 2013 Central Ohio IT Occupations Chart Book

2 Source: Labor/Insight (Burning Glass Technologies) Location: Central Ohio Counties: Union, OH County: Pickaway, OH County: Morrow, OH County: Marion, OH County: Madison, OH County: Licking, OH County: Knox, OH County: Franklin, OH County: Fairfield, OH County: Delaware, OH Time Period: October 1, 2012 – September 30, 2013 Industry: IT Occupation Family: Computer and Mathematical

3 Top 10 Job Postings ONET* Code OccupationJob Postings Software Developers, Applications4, Retail Salespersons3, Sales Representatives, Wholesale And Manufacturing, Except Technical And Scientific Products 3, Customer Service Representatives2, First-Line Supervisors Of Retail Sales Workers2, Computer Systems Analysts2, Registered Nurses1, First-Line Supervisors Of Food Preparation And Serving Workers1, Heavy And Tractor-Trailer Truck Drivers1, Computer User Support Specialists1, Medical And Health Services Managers1, Sales Managers1, Managers, All Other1, Database Administrators1, Maintenance And Repair Workers, General1, Human Resources Specialists1, Management Analysts1, Accountants1, Laborers And Freight, Stock, And Material Movers, Hand1, Secretaries And Administrative Assistants, Except Legal, Medical, And Executive 1,059 Software developers had the most job postings in the region IT related occupation account for 31% of all job postings

4 Top 10 IT Occupations ONET* CodeOccupationJob Postings Software Developers, Applications4, Computer Systems Analysts2, Computer User Support Specialists1, Database Administrators1, Network And Computer Systems Administrators Computer Programmers Business Intelligence Analysts Software Quality Assurance Engineers And Testers Web Developers Computer Systems Engineers/Architects651

5 Top Industries with IT Occupations NAICS CodeIndustryJob Postings 541Professional, Scientific, And Technical Services1, Credit Intermediation And Related Activities1, Administrative And Support Services1, Insurance Carriers And Related Activities Electronics And Appliance Stores Educational Services Publishing Industries (except Internet) Clothing And Clothing Accessories Stores Telecommunications Transportation Equipment Manufacturing166

6 Summary Demand and Requirements Table by Occupation Occupation titleReal Time Job Postings Real Time Mean Salary % Real Time Postings Requiring High School % Real Time Job Postings Requiring Post- Secondary or Associate's Degree % Real Time Job Postings Requiring Bachelor's Degree % Real Time Job Postings Requiring Graduate or Professional Degree % Real Time Job Postings with Unspecified Education % 2011 National Employment Requiring High School Diploma or Less % 2011 National Employment Requiring Some College or Associate's Degree % 2011 National Employment Requiring a Bachelor's or Higher 2012 Mean Salary according to BLS 2012 Employme nt Software Developers, Applications 4,560$83,3265% 92%15%55%3%15%82%$93,280586,340 Computer Occupations, All Other 3,736$86,8159%7%87%20%50%13%42%45%$81,860185,730 Computer Systems Analysts 2,069$72,4805%7%88%18%44%6%24%70%$83,800482,040 Computer User Support Specialists 1,736$51,22145%15%49%8%47%13%48%39%$50,130525,630 Database Administrators 1,349$98,19711%7%83%12%61%7%27%66%$79,120111,590 Network and Computer Systems Administrators 967$71,03314%15%75%13%53%8%46% $76,320350,320 Computer Programmers 881$76,5403%8%89%14%50%7%25%69%$78,260316,790 Web Developers692$57,8332%4%93%14%67%8%32%61%$66,100102,940 Computer Network Architects 386$82,87723%10%70%15%46%5%39%56%$94,000137,890 Information Security Analysts 327$73,08112%6%88%10%38%11%33%56%$89,29072,670 Software Developers, Systems Software 313$62,01511%6%89%19%52%3%15%82%$102,550391,700 Operations Research Analysts 268$53,3742%4%86%31%43%6%25%69%$79,83069,180 Computer Network Support Specialists 66NA44%28%41%15%41%13%48%39%$62,960167,980 Computer and Information Research Scientists 48NA0% 70%33%10%3%12%85%$103,67024,880

7 Requested Educational Qualifications This report provides information on both the preferred and required education levels listed in job postings. For this reason, a job posting may be counted in more than one of the educational categories shown below. Note: 51% of records have been excluded because they do not include a degree level. As a result, the chart below may not be representative of the full sample.

8 Majors in Greatest Demand MajorJob Postings Computer Science1,586 Business Administration And Management, General517 Computer Engineering164 Engineering136 Information Technology70 Management Information Systems, General64 Electrical And Electronic Engineering Technologies/Technicians, Other51 Library And Information Science49 Applied Mathematics48 Mathematics34 Note: 83% of records have been excluded because they do not include a major. As a result, the chart below may not be representative of the full sample.

9 Distribution of Experience Requirements 44% of records have been excluded because they do not include an experience level. As a result, the chart below may not be representative of the full sample. 45 percent of Job Postings require less than a year to 4 years of experience.

10 ONET* CodeOccupationJob Openings Software Developers, Applications3, Computer User Support Specialists1, Computer Systems Analysts1, Database Administrators Network And Computer Systems Administrators Business Intelligence Analysts Computer Programmers Software Quality Assurance Engineers And Testers Web Developers Information Technology Project Managers397 Top 10 Entry Level it Occupations

11 Certifications in Greatest Demand CertificationJob Postings CERTIFIED INFORMATION SYSTEMS SECURITY PROFESSIONAL (CISSP) 208 MICROSOFT CERTIFIED SYSTEMS ENGINEER (MCSE)207 PROJECT MANAGEMENT CERTIFICATION (E.G. PMP)195 CISCO CERTIFIED NETWORK ASSOCIATE182 CISCO CERTIFIED NETWORK PROFESSIONAL (CCNP)149 CERTIFIED INFORMATION SYSTEMS AUDITOR (CISA)128 CERTIFIED A+ TECHNICIAN105 CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT103 NETWORK+ CERTIFIED97 MICROSOFT CERTIFIED PROFESSIONAL (MCP)90 Note: 87% of records have been excluded because they do not include a certification. As a result, the chart below may not be representative of the full sample.

12 Specialized Skills in Greatest Demand SkillJob Postings SQL3,946 Oracle2,887 JAVA2,620 UNIX1,844.NET Programming1,741 JavaScript1,672 SQL Server1,664 Extensible Markup Language (XML)1,609 LINUX1,393 Web Site Development1,224

13 Baseline Skills in greatest demand SkillJob Postings Communication Skills5,329 Writing3,759 Troubleshooting3,221 Problem Solving3,196 Organizational Skills3,077 Planning2,699 Leadership2,480 Microsoft Windows2,456 Project Management2,437 Quality Assurance and Control2,021

14 Employers With the Most Job Openings Employer Job Postings JP Morgan Chase Company439 Best Buy181 IBM161 The Ohio State University134 Alliance Data Systems, Inc.117 Accenture103 City of Columbus83 Honda78 Cardinal Health, Inc.77 Abercrombie & Fitch77 Note: 51% of records have been excluded because they do not include an employer. As a result, the chart below may not be representative of the full sample.

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