The Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) projects that job opportunities for technical support specialists will increase due to a reliance on complex technology as the main driver of employment growth in the field. As record-keeping and delivery of medical services becomes more computerized, health care and related industries are also expected to experience higher demand for technical support specialists.
Industries currently rely heavily on technology are expected to see the largest number of employment increases for technical support specialists.
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