Information Technology

Careers in information technology are of increasing importance in older adult communities as they adopt new technology for residents and staff. People in these jobs may be system engineers or the technical director for an organization.

  • Education needed: Bachelor’s degree plus certain technical certifications
  • Salary: $50,000-$140,000
  • Similar careers: computer programmer, mathematician, medical records specialist
  • Job outlook: above-average growth

Learn more about this job from a professional in the field:

Dan Diaz, Director of IT Applications & Support Services, Covenant Living Communities & Services