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Web Development Jobs On the Rise

Web Development Jobs On the Rise

Mar 13, 2007
Martin A. David
Technology Schools Columnist

Retail stores are merging and closing. E-commerce sites are growing and expanding. Experts have estimated that in a few years there will be more people working in web development jobs, supporting the billion dollar e-commerce industry, than there are working in retail today. Now is the perfect time to begin your web development training.

Technology Moves Ahead

Of course there will always be a number of jobs and careers that require face-to-face communication with the customer, client, or patient. However, the rest of the occupations in the world are being swallowed up by newly developed technologies. Every one of these new industries needs hundreds--even thousands--of technologists with web development training to build its e-commerce presence on the Internet. These trained professionals master the newest developments and build this exciting new e-commerce world.

Secure Future

With a web development career, you'll have a role in building the new base of the global economy. You'll also use your web development training to grow your skills as the technology changes. The upward curve of the e-commerce industry shows no signs of stopping. Web development jobs will keep on growing for years to come.

Newcomers to the job market are not the only ones who are seeking web development training. Workers who are in other careers and even workers from other sectors of the high-tech industry are switching to web development careers. It doesn't take a crystal ball to know that web development jobs will be around for many years to come. So what are you waiting for?

About the Author

Martin A. David consults as a senior technical writer for a number of Silicon Valley firms. Martin earned his B.A. in Liberal Arts from Brooklyn College in his native New York.