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Quick Facts

#1

most requested major in IT job listings is computer science 1

21%

growth reported in STEM jobs in the Washington, D.C., area 2

$82k

real time mean salary for database architects 4

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1 Source: Based on a Burning Glass International study of U.S. IT and computer science job postings in 2013 that include education requirements.
2 Source: "America's New Tech Hot Spots," Forbes, January 2013. Growth figures from a 2001-2012 study by Economic Modeling Specialists International.
3 View gainful employment disclosures for certificates.
4 Source: Based on a Burning Glass International study of U.S. database administration and systems job postings in 2013.