Information Technology

Information technology is how business plan, coordinate and direct computer-related activities within its organization. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, information technology occupations are projected to grow 12 percent from 2014 to 2024. That’s faster than the average for all occupations. That growth is due in part to a greater emphasis on cloud computing, collection and storage of big data, and mobile computing. More than 60,000 people are employed in the Ohio IT industry, with a large cluster focused around the Dayton region. Ohio is quickly becoming the low-cost alternative to Silicon Valley. If you’d like to learn more information not listed below, please contact us here.

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Occupations Employed by these Industries

Description2016 Jobs2025 Jobs2015 - 2025 % ChangeAnnual OpeningsMedian Hourly Earnings2015 - 2025 Change
Computer Systems Analysts2,2722,58215%65$41.43330
Software Developers, Applications2,2002,56518%73$38.62388
Computer User Support Specialists1,8652,09713%50$21.35243
Network and Computer Systems Administrators1,1161,1745%21$33.2160
Web Developers60167214%16$22.1882
Computer Network Support Specialists6096456%12$26.8434
Software Developers, Systems Software43656433%21$43.87139
Computer Programmers3633958%13$32.0830
Database Administrators3213416%9$36.6120
Computer Network Architects3133357%7$43.7122
Information Security Analysts11714426%5$38.7130

Major Employers in Dayton MSA

Reynolds & Reynolds Co.1,350
DP&L Inc.861
Trimble Navigation Ltd.500
Chapel Electric Co.450
Teradata Corp.400
Corbus LLC185
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Dayton Area Chamber of Commerce Member Employers

DP&L Inc.
Chapel Electric Co. LLC
Corbus LLC
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