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Industry Overview

Workers in the information technology (IT) industry develop the software and hardware that make our lives easier, and they fix and help us use these tools. As organizations and individuals face the threats and consequences of data theft, they need information security analysts to maintain online privacy. Because they occur in almost any industry, three IT occupations are likely to be among those that have the largest number of new jobs in New Mexico: applications software developers, computer user support specialists, and computer systems analysts. IT careers can be found in many work settings. The kinds of organizations most likely to employ more IT workers include custom computer programming companies; computer systems design companies; corporate and regional managing offices; software publishers and data processing and hosting businesses.

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$1,242

Average Weekly Wage (2019)


11,893

Projected Employment


1,316

Number of Employers (2019)

Apprenticeships - Earn While You Learn

Earn. Learn. Succeed. In apprenticeship, you earn a paycheck from day one, and in many instances with guaranteed raises as your skill level increases. IT apprenticeships in New Mexico include:

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Computer Systems Analyst
Computer Systems Analyst
Education: Associate Degree
Annual mean wage: $$66,110

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