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Occupational Summary for Computer Specialists, All Other (15-1099)
Oregon Statewide

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Description: All computer specialists not listed separately.
Employment Projections
Region Employment Projected Annual Openings
2010 2020 Growth Replacement Total
Oregon Statewide 4,444 5,136 69 90 159
Current Job Openings
Job Title Location Order Number Wage Offered
Project Coordinator - Apps Beaverton 1125065
Project Manager - Network Portland 1125060
Infrastructure Project Coordinator Beaverton 1125032
SW QA Engineer Portland 1124986
Associate QA Engineer Portland 1124981
Enterprise Release Manager Beaverton 1124954
Always looking for Validation Test Technician Hillsboro 1124938
SW Validation Engineer Hillsboro 1124900
Performance Engineer Portland 1124820
Sr System Network/ Deployment Engineer Beaverton 1124784
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Median Hourly Avg
Middle Range
Oregon Statewide $35.13 $75,555 $27.04 - 43.87
Industries of Employment
private sector only
Industry 2010
Professional, Scientific, and Technical Services 811
Information 395
Management of Companies and Enterprises 338
Finance and Insurance 224
Wholesale Trade 220
Health Care and Social Assistance 219
Manufacturing 142
Occupations with Similar Skills
Occupation Skill Overlap
Computer And Information Scientists, Research 61%
Network Systems And Data Communications Analysts 51%
Network And Computer Systems Administrators 50%
Computer Systems Analysts 46%
Computer Programmers 37%
Statewide Employment Analysis
Employment in this occupation in 2010 was much larger than the statewide average for all occupations. This occupation is expected to grow at a somewhat slower rate than the statewide average growth rate for all occupations through 2020. The total number of job openings is projected to be somewhat higher than the statewide average number of job openings for all occupations through 2020.

Reasonable employment opportunities exist for trained workers.

Educational Requirements
Workers typically need a postsecondary non-degree award to enter this occupation. Those with a Bachelor's degree have a competitive advantage in the labor market.