High tech

Now more than ever, technology is fueling growth and competitive advantage for companies in nearly every industry sector—driving market opportunities for technology companies to new levels. The use of machine learning, robotics, artificial intelligence (AI), and enterprise digitization, for example, are on many organizations' radars as they seek new ways to strategically drive efficiencies, expand market opportunities, and connect with customers.

The high tech workforce is changing as it grapples with several key issues, including the growth of more flexible and virtual work patterns and the rising demand for alternative skills and training. Diversity is also a critical issue in the technology industry, as is the push for non-traditional education to fill tech skill gaps. Employers increasingly have the need for skills beyond math/science by integrating artistic vision into the STEM professions.

Template Image

Tech employment is growing at 2 times the national rate.

Source: JLL Research

Template Image

The annualized average wage for a tech industry worker was an estimated $108,900 in 2016, more than double the average national wage ($53,040).

Source: CompTIA

Looking for a job?

We are seeking diversely talented individuals that are driven to transform challenges into opportunities for our clients around the world.

Search for Jobs

yeager_matt_100x100_circle.png
Connect with an Expert
For more information on how KellyOCG can help meet your strategic workforce needs, connect with one of our solutions architects today.