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Computer Technology Schools in Computers & Information Technology Schools in Hawaii, Hawaii

Hawaii's IT industry employed about 8,980 people in 2014, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS). Job opportunities are best in the state's three largest cities: Honolulu, Hilo, and Kailua. Honolulu is the home to Hawaii's two Fortune 500 companies: utility giant Hawaiian Electric Industries, and Alexander & Baldwin, a transportation and logistics company. Career training in Hawaii can be found in a variety of popular specializations, including:

  • Computer networking technology
  • Information systems management
  • Computer engineering

Hawaii IT Salaries

The BLS estimates that network and computer systems administrators in Hawaii made an average annual salary of $69,110 in 2014, while information security analysts earned an annual average of $81,080 in 2014. While no IT training program can guarantee a job or salary, most are designed to help give you the edge over competitors in the IT job market.

Sources:

  1. Bureau of Labor Statistics, Hawaii, Occupational and Employment Wage Estimates, May 2014, http://www.bls.gov/oes/current/oes_hi.htm#15-0000
Vocational Schools in Computers & Information Technology Schools in Hawaii, Hawaii