By James Hosek, Michael Mattock, C. Christine Fair, Jennifer Kavanagh, Jennifer Sharp
This record specializes in the standards affecting the provision of data know-how group of workers to the lively responsibility enlisted strength, and the findings aspect to the belief that the IT education possibilities provided by means of the millitary can assist safe the provision of IT body of workers over the lengthy haul.
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Nearly as large a share came from majors in business management (28 percent). Students with engineering degrees accounted for 12 percent of new graduates working in IT fields. Other sciences, social sciences, humanities, education, and other fields accounted for the remainder (27 percent). Contrary to the drumbeat of the popular press and the growing conventional wisdom at that time about the impending crisis in IT worker supply, Lerman found that the projected increase in the supply of college-graduate IT workers would likely meet the large increase in the demand for IT workers forecasted by the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
8 Attracting the Best: How the Military Competes for Information Technology Personnel IT-enabled workers; the distinction depends on whether IT knowledge or another domain of knowledge is more important to the value created by the job (National Research Council, 1993). 2 However, because IT is increasingly pervasive, a growing proportion of the nation’s workers can be considered IT enabled. IT-based communications, reporting, tracking, recordkeeping, bookkeeping, and so forth are commonplace, and as the trend continues it will be no more useful to describe a worker as IT enabled than to describe the worker as electricity enabled.
Issues and Practices in Managing IT Occupations: Views from the Literature 19 ployees received retention allowances. Less than 1/4 of 1% of the federal workforce received any form of recruitment, retention or relocation incentive in FY 1998 (Kelley, 2001). S. Office of the Secretary of Defense, 1999, and our review of the literature on this topic, there are substantial opportunities in IT occupations for both enlisted members and officers. Enlisted IT members establish, operate, and maintain networks, serve as systems administrators, operate and maintain small computers, and process data.
Attracting the Best: How the Military Competes for Information Technology Personnel by James Hosek, Michael Mattock, C. Christine Fair, Jennifer Kavanagh, Jennifer Sharp