CompTIA: Despite Tech Job Postings Declining, Metro Dallas Holds Onto Its No. 3 Spot

Despite turmoil in the markets and layoffs making headlines, the tech job market remains relatively strong in Dallas, according to a new report.

Across the country, technology companies added 20,300 net new workers in June, marking the 19th consecutive month of growth, according to nonprofit CompTIA’s latest Tech Jobs Report. And among metros, Dallas ranks among the top three for new job postings, though the number of new jobs added month-over-month has declined.
New Spinoff Company Aims to Create Digital Solutions with ‘Next-Gen’ Technology
by | Mar 23, 2022
InfoVision, a Richardson-based digital transformation and consulting firm, is spinning out its Digit7 business—which focuses on developing customizable and scalable digital solutions through “next-gen” tech—as an independent entity.

Last year, Digit7 set up a 15,000 square-foot “innovation lab” in Richardson. The company also has offices in India.
Fort Worth’s Fulcrum Group Joins CompTIA Apprenticeships for Tech Program
by | Mar 14, 2022
The IT managed services provider is the second Dallas-Fort Worth company in the last six month to participate in the program, which is funded by the U.S. Department of Labor. Apprentices will receive on-the-job and structured training, paired with mentorship and real work experience. With 18,600 DFW tech job postings last month alone, more talent is definitely needed.
Dallas Metro Retains No. 3 Spot with the Most Tech Job Openings in U.S.
by | Mar 7, 2022
The Dallas region added nearly 3,800 new tech job postings last month, bringing its total postings to around 18,600 and ranking it No. 3 among metro areas with the highest amount of job openings in the sector, according to CompTIA. Dallas has held the No. 3 spot since August 2021.

CompTIA Partners With Dallas Nonprofit to Help Formerly Incarcerated Women Build Their Futures

by | Oct 27, 2021
Ten Dallas-area mothers will get customized technical education through the IT trade association to build a successful life for themselves and their families. The ultimate goal is to help the women secure a well-paying tech job.
Plano PC Company Joins National CompTIA Apprenticeships for Tech Program
by | Sep 16, 2021
CompTIA Apprenticeships for Tech, funded by the U.S. Department of Labor, assists employers in upskilling and reskilling workers while creating a more diverse tech talent pipeline. Here's how companies, individuals, and educators can get involved.
Dallas Is the No. 2 Metro for Tech Job Postings, Per a New CompTIA Report
by | Aug 9, 2021
The Dallas area, which is No. 8 for AI postings, had the largest month-over-month jump in tech job listings from June to July.
Dallas Rises to the No. 2 City for Tech Professionals, a New CompTIA Report Shows
by | Nov 10, 2020
Dallas made the biggest jump on the Computing Technology Industry Association's Tech Town Index this year, moving from No. 7 to No. 2. A big factor is the number of IT jobs available here. But this year is a Texas Two-Step: Austin ranked No. 1.

Dallas Helps Tech Employment Rebound, CompTIA Analysis Shows

by | Feb 10, 2020
Dallas joins New York City, Washington, D.C., Los Angeles, and San Francisco among the cities showing the largest month-over-month growth in January tech job postings.
‘Pot of Gold’: Dallas Stays Near Top of CompTIA’s Tech Town Index of IT Jobs
by | Dec 5, 2019
The Dallas-Fort Worth metro area ranked seventh among the nation’s Top 20 Best Tech Cities for IT jobs in CompTIA's yearly report.
3 Studies Tout Dallas-Fort Worth as Destination for Startups and Tech Professionals
by | Jun 20, 2019
One of the studies shows that Dallas-Fort Worth is among the top U.S. metro areas experiencing "meteoric growth" in new startups.
Technology Exports: New Report Says Dallas-Fort Worth is a Top Player in Global Trade
by | Jun 4, 2019
Dallas-Fort Worth ranks eighth in the nation for technology exports among metro areas, according to the Computer Technology Industry Association, and Texas is one of 37 states that saw positive exports-supported growth in 2018, increasing to $47.89 billion last year.