Explore: Tech Careers

Explore: Tech Careers

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Web Developer

Web developers create the look, feel, and functionality of web applications, from simple pages to complex tools, making them accessible and easy for people to use across devices.

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Data Analyst

Data Analysts collect, manage, and study data from various sources to help businesses make smart decisions.

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Software Engineer

Software engineers transform ideas and requirements into products for multiple platforms, like desktops, servers, mobile devices, and websites.


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Web Developer

Web developers create the look, feel, and functionality of web applications, from simple pages to complex tools, making them accessible and easy for people to use across devices.

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You Are

  • A creative person who thinks logically and critically
  • Interested in learning to code
  • Following the latest web trends and technologies

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What You’ll Do

  • Build interactive websites and web apps that allow people to communicate and interact
  • Ensure that website designs are intuitive, easy to access and uniform throughout
  • Maintain the code that power websites

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Salary

Entry-level web developers in New York City earn an average of $70,000+ per year. [Source: Glassdoor]

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Growth Projections

Prior to COVID-19, employment of web developers across the U.S. was projected to grow 13 percent from 2018 to 2028, much faster than the average for all occupations. [Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics]

It is not clear how COVID-19 will impact these projections, but we expect the need for web developers to continue to grow more than average.

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Data Analyst

Data Analysts collect, manage, and study data from various sources to help businesses make smart decisions.

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You Are

  • Happy to work across teams and with a variety of stakeholders
  • Able to communicate effectively and build strong relationships with team members
  • Looking to work with facts and figures
  • Skilled at simplifying complex ideas

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What You’ll Do

  • Work with businesses and customers to answer questions using data
  • Measure performance across a company, product, or website
  • Create dashboards, graphs, and visualizations

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Salary

Entry-level data analysts in New York City earn an average of $68,000 per year. [Source: Glassdoor]

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Growth Projections

Between 2014 and 2019, demand for data analysts in New York City grew by 50%. In the same time period, demand for data analysts early in their careers, with 0-2 years of experience, grew by 112%. [Source: Burning Glass Technologies]

It is not clear how COVID-19 will impact these projections, but we expect the need for data analysts to continue to grow more than average.

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Software Engineer

Software engineers transform ideas and requirements into products for multiple platforms, like desktops, servers, mobile devices, and websites.

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You Are

  • Interested in using code to create products or services
  • Excited to explore different ways to solve a problem
  • Eager to learn new things and find new ways to approach challenges

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What You’ll Do

  • Use knowledge of computer science and coding to create, maintain, or upgrade products
  • Choose from a variety of products to specialize in, from desktop software to mobile applications
  • Work with teams of people to create products for businesses or consumers

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Salary

Entry-level software engineers in New York City earn an average of $77,000+ per year. [Source: Glassdoor]

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Growth Projections

Prior to COVID-19, employment of software engineers across the U.S. was projected to grow 21 percent from 2018 to 2028, much faster than the average for all occupations. [Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics]

It is not clear how COVID-19 will impact these projections, but we expect the need for software engineers to continue to grow more than average.

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