Experts predict Information Technology careers will be flourishing through 2026.

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Military experience combined with a college education and/or civilian certification can put transitioning service members in a position to choose from the many exciting and high-paying career paths in this thriving field.

Computer Science

Computer Science

You don’t necessarily need a degree to get into IT.  But if you have the full 36 months of eligibility on the Post-9/11 GI Bill and you decide to go that route, a degree in computer science can lead to many different rewarding careers in the exciting and fast-changing world of technology.

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Cybersecurity

Cybersecurity

Cybersecurity is smokin’ hot — government, corporate America and consumers all need protection.

And while you don’t necessarily need a college degree to get into the field, a degree will give you an edge in hiring and advancement.

Colleges offer bachelor’s and master’s degrees in cybersecurity, but other related computer degrees and certifications can get you into this specialization as well. Your military security clearance is a plus, too.

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Software Development

Software Development

Software developers are the masterminds behind the technology we take for granted. They’re in demand in a variety of industries. Colleges offer bachelor’s and master’s degrees in software engineering, but many professionals got started with a degree in computer science or information technology.

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Information Systems Administration

Information Systems Administration

This field is a great springboard to other careers such as cybersecurity.

After all, it’s hard to protect what you don’t understand. If you have military experience you might get into the field with certification or an associate degree. Some employers will want you to have a bachelor’s degree.

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Information Assurance

Information Assurance

Colleges offer bachelor’s and master’s degree programs in information assurance and security, which can prepare you for leadership roles in the IT security field.

Again, your security clearance will help you.

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