This industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in providing expertise in the field of information technologies through computer hardware, software and communication; management of computer systems and data processing facilities; software publishing; Internet publishing;  the motion picture and sound recording industries; the broadcasting industries; the telecommunications industries; Web search portals, data processing industries, and the information services industries.

  • Information Technology represents 4% of all jobs in Minnesota. 
  • This industry is projected to grow 12.2% between 2020 and 2030.
  • The median hourly wage for Information Technology occupations was $44.89 an hour in 2021 – that's nearly $22 more an hour higher than the median for all occupations in the state. 

See Technology Workforce Month resources from April 2021.

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