We live in a time where technology careers are on the rise.  According to a study done by the Bureau of Labor Statistics, by the year 2024, there will be a 12% rise in computer-based occupation since 2014. Other specific jobs in the same field will see a higher growth rate of around 27%.

If you are the kind of person that enjoys technology together and loves computer-based jobs in fields such as networking, database management, and computer operations, then know that the future is bright for tech careers. 

In this blog report, we break down some of the five high-paying tech jobs for people who have creative minds based on an average salary. 

Software developer

In your smartphone, there are great mobile applications that you enjoy using all the time. The main reason why you can enjoy using these applications is because of a software developer.

Software developers are people who have studied how computer to mobile apps are designed, tested, and maintained to meet the requirements and needs of their clients. The needs of clients may vary from businesses related needs as well as military and medical needs. 

To become a software developer, you need to have a computer-related bachelor’s degree in either computer science or software engineering.  Concerning the salary, a software developer may earn around $100,000 per year. 

Computer Systems Analyst

In your social circle, you must know that person who always solves any tricky tech problem that people encounter in their day to day lives.

These are the kind of people who you will meet at any party in your home area; they help in the party’s computer related issues.

These types of people are referred to as computer systems analysts. They are people who love technology, understand it, and help solve problems. 

To work as a computer systems analyst—you need to have a degree in information science or a computer-based degree course; however, this is not always a requirement.

There are some employers out there who seek people who have a master’s degree in business administration with a specialization in information systems.

As a computer systems analyst, you will earn around $85,000 per year. 

Web Developer

These are the kind of people that design those great-looking websites that you see online.

There are some web developers out there who will also create for your website custom content and graphics to your site. 

Research on future tech jobs shows that the projected growth rate of web development jobs will increase by 27% from 2014 to 2024.

To become a web developer, you need to have an associate’s degree in web design and development course or a related field.

For technical web development positions such as back-end development, some business employers will require the applicants to have a degree in either programming or computer science. 

As a web developer, expect to earn around $64,000 per year. 

Technical support analyst

A technical support analyst, also known as a computer support specialist is a person who is a problem solver.

These are the type of people who you look for when your computer crashes or has a software-related problem.

Based on the fact that computer tech issues such as a crashed operating system occur unexpectedly, many computer support specialists don’t work the regular 9-to-5 jobs. 

All that is required to become a tech-support analyst is to have a computer-related bachelor’s degree or have an associate’s degree, based on your employer requirements. Technical support analyst earns around $51,000 per year. 

Information Security Analyst

These are the people who are hired by a company to safeguard the information systems of the company.

They provide cybersecurity services to help catch internet hackers or cyber-thieves. 

To become an Information security analyst, most employers seek people who have a university degree in programming or a cyber-security related field.  As an Information security analyst, expect to earn $90,000 per year.