Digital Technology (DT) careers are now considered integral in all business operations, no matter the industry. Moreover, traditional DT has exploded into broader and more integrated technology careers. This shift calls on students interested in DT to understand the connection between their career and various aspects of DT, such as data integration, analysis, and technological applications that are often part of regular business operations. For those students interested in pursuing careers focused specifically on DT, data, and integrated technology careers, the future is robust with opportunity in a larger, interconnected informational ecosystem.
The digital technology industry employs individuals across a range of industries, from technology to healthcare, finance, and education. As an occupational field, digital technology is projected to be one of the fastest growing in the nation, collectively producing 18 percent additional job openings nationally. (Source: Computer Science Online; Understanding Information Technology: A guide to IT career opportunities, accessed 7/8/2019)