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5 Reasons Why You Should Be An Intersystem Caché Developer

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Technology jobs continue to thrive and the news continues to forecasts greater shortages for the next five years. The U.S. The Bureau of Labor Statistics projects +15.1 percent employment growth for database administrators by 2022. This forecast is tempered from the +30.6 percent growth projection for the industry just a few years ago. Still, strong growth estimates and a low unemployment rate secure this professionâs position as one of the best jobs this year.

The database administrator (DBA) role is the information technology staple of any organization. The responsibilities of the DBA include maintenance, performance, and configuration all in an effort to ensure that the databases are operational. Many jobs reports continue to show that over the past few years the DBA has held strong for the sixth position on the top ten career lists for IT. Many DBAs spend some time on security issues because of its higher priority but for the majority, they spend time on development tasks such as tuning structured query language (SQL). Their managers are most interested in system up-time, performance, efficiencies, bug fixing, and resolving production issues. This includes half of their time spent on performance tuning and less than half for provisioning databases for test and development

The demand for qualified professionals and support staff is great so if you're ready to embark on your future, you may contact Henry Elliott & Company. For the DBA, there are five great reasons why you should be an intersystem caché developer:

Excellent pay - competition has meant that most employers are having to up the ante regarding packages that include bonuses, perks, and other differentiators all in the name of attracting top talent. According to the 2016 Salary Guide from Robert Half, U.S. starting salaries for professional occupations such as accountants and finance technology, creative and marketing, administrative and office support, and legal are indicating that, on average, salaries will increase +4.1 percent and continue positive trends for over 750 positions.

For many U.S. technology jobs, the pay scale varies according to geographic location and local economy factors. For example, in 2016, it's estimated that a big data engineer will typically command $129,500 - $183,500 (USD) with most averaging about $90,000 (USD) to the lowest pay scale of $56,250 - $73,250 for a staff accountant with less than three years experience.

Hottest IT skills - needless to say, all skills are important including the soft skills such as communications, interpersonal, leadership, and tact. Some of the more important skills include an automated task tool called Puppet for sysadmins, big data with multiple talents including various programming languages and statistical aptitude with tools such as R, MATLAB, or SAS and Apache Hadoop to support big data sets and clusters, noSQL, cloud computing, Python, Waterfall, and mobile operating systems and apps.

The top most in-demand software programming languages includes Java, JavaScript, C#, C, C++, PHP, Python, R, Scheme, and Perl. Outside of the U.S., C# is the most popular followed by JavaScript. The employee today must be multi-skilled and maintain industry certifications just to stay current and technologically relevant.

Projects with a purpose - trends can sometimes be like fads - what's hot today may not be of any concern next week. Some of the more prominent software and IT projects recently announced includes the U.S. Department of Defense multibillion contract to upgrade its Electronic Health Record (EHR) system, to defense IT firm Leidos, which partnered with electronic health record vendor Corner and Accenture Federal. In addition, the Veterans Health Information Systems and Technology Architecture (VISTA) from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs using caché and Ensemble, healthcare data analytic, PerfectServe for secure messaging and collaboration platform supporting clinicians, software development for the Internet of Things (IoT), graphic engine development for modeling and simulations and gaming, wearables and mHealth, robotics, speech translation, and so much more.

Diverse applications - when most people think of caché they think of medical applications primarily such as patient electronic health records, Massachusetts General Hospital Utility Multi-Programming (MUMPS), and more. However, other non-medical applications are just as popular such as programs with the European Space Agency for the Gaia Mission to map the Milky Way, financial services applications, stock trading, various cloud-based applications, and much more regarding big data and analytics.

Global demand - some of the hottest positions include big data engineer, mobile applications developer, content developer, data security analyst, user experience (UX) specialist, compliance director with at least over 10 years experience, business systems analyst - manager, staff accountant with up to three years experience, certified medical coding manager, and lawyer with up to nine years experience according to the 2016 Robert Half report. Additionally, the report indicated that +52 percent of U.S. technology executives listed database management as the skill set in greatest demand within their information technology departments.

Jobs in the IT field are numerous and broad in terms of industry - financial services, healthcare, manufacturing, technology, service, transportation, pharmaceutical, and natural resources. Just like the industries that they represent, the job titles or roles are broad as well such as web developer, help desk, .NET developer, software/system engineer, network engineer, database administrator/developer, and system/network administrator to name a few.

Industry certifications are not only required in some instances but they add to your overall compensation package. Of the top paying certifications for 2015, five are related to security, three for business, and three are in networking. The most popular certifications include the Certified Risk and Information Systems Control, Certified Information Security Manager, Certified Information Systems Security Professional, Project Management Professional, Certified Information Systems Auditor, and ScrumMaster.
























Be An Intersystem Caché Developer

5 Reasons Why You Should Be An Intersystem Caché Developer - Image 1

Technology jobs continue to thrive and the news continues to forecasts greater shortages for the next five years. The U.S. The Bureau of Labor Statistics projects +15.1 percent employment growth for database administrators by 2022. This forecast is tempered from the +30.6 percent growth projection for the industry just a few years ago. Still, strong growth estimates and a low unemployment rate secure this professionâs position as one of the best jobs this year.

The database administrator (DBA) role is the information technology staple of any organization. The responsibilities of the DBA include maintenance, performance, and configuration all in an effort to ensure that the databases are operational. Many jobs reports continue to show that over the past few years the DBA has held strong for the sixth position on the top ten career lists for IT. Many DBAs spend some time on security issues because of its higher priority but for the majority, they spend time on development tasks such as tuning structured query language (SQL). Their managers are most interested in system up-time, performance, efficiencies, bug fixing, and resolving production issues. This includes half of their time spent on performance tuning and less than half for provisioning databases for test and development

The demand for qualified professionals and support staff is great so if you're ready to embark on your future, you may contact Henry Elliott & Company. For the DBA, there are five great reasons why you should be an intersystem caché developer:

Excellent pay - competition has meant that most employers are having to up the ante regarding packages that include bonuses, perks, and other differentiators all in the name of attracting top talent. According to the 2016 Salary Guide from Robert Half, U.S. starting salaries for professional occupations such as accountants and finance technology, creative and marketing, administrative and office support, and legal are indicating that, on average, salaries will increase +4.1 percent and continue positive trends for over 750 positions.

For many U.S. technology jobs, the pay scale varies according to geographic location and local economy factors. For example, in 2016, it's estimated that a big data engineer will typically command $129,500 - $183,500 (USD) with most averaging about $90,000 (USD) to the lowest pay scale of $56,250 - $73,250 for a staff accountant with less than three years experience.

Hottest IT skills - needless to say, all skills are important including the soft skills such as communications, interpersonal, leadership, and tact. Some of the more important skills include an automated task tool called Puppet for sysadmins, big data with multiple talents including various programming languages and statistical aptitude with tools such as R, MATLAB, or SAS and Apache Hadoop to support big data sets and clusters, noSQL, cloud computing, Python, Waterfall, and mobile operating systems and apps.

The top most in-demand software programming languages includes Java, JavaScript, C#, C, C++, PHP, Python, R, Scheme, and Perl. Outside of the U.S., C# is the most popular followed by JavaScript. The employee today must be multi-skilled and maintain industry certifications just to stay current and technologically relevant.

Projects with a purpose - trends can sometimes be like fads - what's hot today may not be of any concern next week. Some of the more prominent software and IT projects recently announced includes the U.S. Department of Defense multibillion contract to upgrade its Electronic Health Record (EHR) system, to defense IT firm Leidos, which partnered with electronic health record vendor Corner and Accenture Federal. In addition, the Veterans Health Information Systems and Technology Architecture (VISTA) from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs using caché and Ensemble, healthcare data analytic, PerfectServe for secure messaging and collaboration platform supporting clinicians, software development for the Internet of Things (IoT), graphic engine development for modeling and simulations and gaming, wearables and mHealth, robotics, speech translation, and so much more.

Diverse applications - when most people think of caché they think of medical applications primarily such as patient electronic health records, Massachusetts General Hospital Utility Multi-Programming (MUMPS), and more. However, other non-medical applications are just as popular such as programs with the European Space Agency for the Gaia Mission to map the Milky Way, financial services applications, stock trading, various cloud-based applications, and much more regarding big data and analytics.

Global demand - some of the hottest positions include big data engineer, mobile applications developer, content developer, data security analyst, user experience (UX) specialist, compliance director with at least over 10 years experience, business systems analyst - manager, staff accountant with up to three years experience, certified medical coding manager, and lawyer with up to nine years experience according to the 2016 Robert Half report. Additionally, the report indicated that +52 percent of U.S. technology executives listed database management as the skill set in greatest demand within their information technology departments.

Jobs in the IT field are numerous and broad in terms of industry - financial services, healthcare, manufacturing, technology, service, transportation, pharmaceutical, and natural resources. Just like the industries that they represent, the job titles or roles are broad as well such as web developer, help desk, .NET developer, software/system engineer, network engineer, database administrator/developer, and system/network administrator to name a few.

Industry certifications are not only required in some instances but they add to your overall compensation package. Of the top paying certifications for 2015, five are related to security, three for business, and three are in networking. The most popular certifications include the Certified Risk and Information Systems Control, Certified Information Security Manager, Certified Information Systems Security Professional, Project Management Professional, Certified Information Systems Auditor, and ScrumMaster.

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