The number of technology workers in U.S. tech sector jobs rose in 2016 to 6.9 million, a 2.7 percent increase as about 182,000 workers were added, according to a recent report by trade group CompTIA. The 182,000 new jobs were about 10 percent of all new jobs added in the U.S. for the year.
As I am reviewing the Build 2017 schedule for this week, it seems DevOps will be the subject of several sessions.
A survey of 607 U.S. tech workers by Spiceworks reveals that the pay gap for women in IT lingers, but is better than in the overall economy.
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Businesses ask for certain developer skills and then Revature trains workers to fit the bill. The developers then work for those businesses for at least two years as contractors.