SAN FRANCISCO — The nation's best jobs boast salaries that average $100,000 and up, offer generous company benefits, and promise to have recruiting suitors fighting for your hand.
But they are highly technical roles carrying job descriptions like DevOps engineer and analytics manager that demand an alphabet soup of computer skills as well as incessant on-the-job learning.
So do you have to be a math genius with a spare PhD in physics to get one of these great gigs? What we found might surprise you.
USA TODAY conducted a series of interviews with people in the nation's top jobs, as well as with those recruiting and training candidates for these roles. Our mission was to see just how obtainable these plum posts are, whether you're a student looking for a profession or a career-changer seeking better pay in a booming field.
The market for tech talent is so hot that technology jobs now rate as the best type of employment opportunities in the nation.
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