8 recession-proof IT careers

With the current state of the economy, IT workers face a dog-eat-dog environment filled with downsizing, outsourcing and more. To help you stay in front of the pack, CIO.com spoke with Modis CEO, Jack Cullen, to shed light on what IT roles remain in steady demand.

By Rich Hein, Network World |  IT Management, administrator, analysts

1. Software Developer

Companies need Java, .NET, mobile application, SharePoint, and Web application developers. With all the back-end data using Java it's no wonder it's in demand and that web and mobile application development is rapidly on the rise. The salary for a software developer, depending on your skill level and experience, ranges from $58,000 - 95,000 a year.

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