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These Are Indeed’s Most In-Demand Entry-Level IT Jobs

Indeed breaks down the entry-level specialist, engineering and developer positions with the highest demand.

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Newcomers to the technology job market might feel a sense of anxiety around so much uncertainty in the world, even putting aside a global pandemic.

And yet, companies of all sizes in all industries continue to create troves of digital information that need collecting and analyzing, and technology advances so fast that companies need to rethink whole products and strategies to keep up with the times.

These trends make the tech industry an enticing one for pay and job security. But how does a recent graduate or someone making a career change break into tech?

Jobs website Indeed has produced new research around the entry-level job titles in the tech category with the highest percentage of job postings on its online jobs board in January. Indeed defines entry level by postings that mention “new graduate,” “entry level,” “new grad,” ”no experience necessary” or “no experience needed.”

Here’s a selection of the most in-demand tech jobs from Indeed, listed in no particular order.

 
 
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