Why is a college degree a prerequisite for entry into the IT industry?

A new report by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics shows that a bachelor’s degree from a U.K.-based university or college is a prerequisite to entry into IT.

The BLS data shows that from April 2017 through June 2018, 1.3 million IT jobs were created, with an average wage of $78,700 per job.

The number of IT jobs is expected to increase by about 1,000 per month over the next five years.

The data comes from a new study by the National Employment Law Project (NELP), which has also reported that the number of people unemployed for more than one month has increased by about 5 percent since the beginning of the year.

“The IT jobs created by companies like Apple and Google are not just for tech workers.

They’re also for people who are not necessarily the tech workers but are tech-savvy,” said Adam Greenstein, the co-author of the study, which was published this month in the journal Labor Market Dynamics.

“If you don’t have a degree, you’re going to end up with an entry-level job.

And those entry-entry jobs are not going to pay as well as the tech jobs.”

The study found that the average wage for a job created with a bachelor degree was $77,600.

For a job with a master’s degree, the median wage was $97,100.

But the study found the average salary for those jobs did not vary across industries, but instead varied by education level.

For example, the lowest-paying jobs were for computer and information systems professionals.

For information technology workers, the average was $86,800, while those with a four-year degree earned an average of $109,700.

According to NELP, the vast majority of the jobs created in the last year have been in the IT and finance industries, with about half of the job openings being in these industries.

A third of the workers who started out with less than a high school diploma have gotten a bachelor of science degree or higher, while less than half of those with less experience have received a bachelor in IT.

“There are many people who could be making more money doing this than people who had the college degree, and that’s why we think there are a lot of college-educated people doing this,” said Greenstein.

“So, if you’re not doing the right things in your career, you might be able to get a job that is much better.”

NELI also found that a high-school diploma was associated with a better job outlook.

“For people who started at high school, it means you have a better shot at a job,” said David Sacks, the senior vice president of NELL.

“It’s a bit of a reverse correlation.

But, for people in college, it’s a more positive correlation.”

The data showed that those who started their careers with less education earned more than those with more.

The median income for those with an associate degree was more than $94,300.

For those with higher education, it was $102,700, while the median income was $90,600 for those who had a bachelor.

For people with a high degree, $90 to $118,200 is the median, while $94 to $102 is the threshold for the highest-paying positions.

The study also found a correlation between a bachelor and high school education, with those with bachelor’s degrees earning more than their high school counterparts.

The average wage, however, was $70,300 for people with bachelor degrees, $66,100 for those having a high college degree.

The report also found the number working in the information technology industry increased by more than 40 percent between 2016 and 2017, as compared to 2016.

According the report, the IT jobs have grown from 3.1 million in 2015 to 7.9 million in 2017.

NELS data shows a trend that the IT workforce is changing as more people move into the fields of finance and healthcare, and in recent years, those industries have seen a decline in their labor force.

The numbers show that those positions are being filled by people who were formerly in the banking and insurance industries.

“A lot of people in those fields are leaving the IT field,” said Sacks.

“They’re not really looking for them anymore.”

A recent report by NELN found that many of those IT workers are leaving for more lucrative occupations in finance and health care.

“Many of these people have lost their jobs and are moving into health care or finance,” said NELT.

“But they’re not moving into those industries because of their skill sets.”

NELS data shows the IT sector in particular has seen a rise in demand for new graduates.

The growth in IT jobs has led to an increase in the number and growth in the age of the people who start out with the IT skills.

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