Are you a logical, detail-oriented person who enjoys working with numbers and computers? Thanks to the enormous popularity of the Web and all its applications, there's a seemingly infinite amount of data that needs to be gathered, sorted, stored, and even re-imagined. Database administration has turned into an increasingly critical part of all businesses and their bottom line. Database degree programs generally focus on data mining; statistics and statistical analysis; data system modeling and design; and backup and recovery. Database administrators have an average annual salary of $64,670, according to the U.S. Department of Labor, and job opportunities are expected to grow 29% through 2016.
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