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  • Tech Specialist 2

    $82k-106k yearly est.2d ago
  • IT Support

    $27k-42k yearly est.15d ago
  • Support Associate - White House Black Market - Reston Town Center

    $27k-31k yearly est.8d ago
  • Support Associate

    $41k-68k yearly est.8d ago
  • Help Desk Technician_TS/SCI with Polygraph

    $56k-72k yearly est.1d ago
  • IT Specialist (Temp)

    $93k-124k yearly est.14d ago
  • Enterprise IT Support Officer

    $55k-97k yearly est.18h ago
  • Receiving Support Associate, Part Time, Tyson's Corner

    $33k-41k yearly est.7d ago
  • Data Center Technician

    $39k-69k yearly est.5d ago
  • Data Center Technician

    $45k-64k yearly est.4d ago
  • Epic Provider Support Specialist

    $37k-63k yearly est.10d ago
  • AWS Cloud Migration Specialist

    $60k-92k yearly est.34d ago
  • Technical Support Engineer II

    $59k-84k yearly est.5d ago
  • IT Support Specialist Intern (Hybrid)

    $28k-40k yearly est.4d ago
  • Desktop Technician - Senior

    $40.5-47.6 hourly9d ago
  • Acquisition Support Analyst II

    $76k-124k yearly est.5d ago
  • Desktop Technician

    $39k-61k yearly est.5d ago
  • Technical Specialist I/II - Justice, Rights & Security

    $74k-109k yearly est.4d ago
  • Technology Systems Specialist

    $90k-127k yearly est.5d ago
  • Data Center Technician

    $34k-55k yearly est.5d ago

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Average Salary For a Computer Specialist

Based on recent jobs postings on Zippia, the average salary in the U.S. for a Computer Specialist is $75,950 per year or $37 per hour. The highest paying Computer Specialist jobs have a salary over $97,000 per year while the lowest paying Computer Specialist jobs pay $59,000 per year

Updated February 8, 2023
Average Computer Specialist Salary
$79,131 yearly
$37 hourly

5 Common Career Paths For a Computer Specialist

Systems Administrator

Systems administrators are employees who oversee information technology infrastructures in the office. They are skilled information technology professionals who are knowledgeable about the company's network systems and other technology-related infrastructures. They are responsible for installing, configuring, or updating network systems, software, and hardware. They also monitor the different systems and troubleshoot any issues that users may encounter. Systems administrators manage the access of users, ensure the security of the network, and address any challenges that users may have. They conduct repairs and routine maintenance to ensure that the systems in place are in the best shape.

Technical Support Specialist

A technical support specialist is responsible for assisting customer's and businesses' concerns and system issues by performing troubleshooting and remote solutions. These specialists must have extensive knowledge of system applications, including software and hardware database to handle complex processes that might affect the end user's experience or the business' daily operations. Technical support specialists should maintain excellent communication skills to guide the client and business on solving network problems. They must also document concerns and progress promptly for reference and quality checks.

Network Administrator

A network administrator is responsible for managing an organization's computer systems, ensuring its smooth operations and highest efficiency. Network administrators' duties include inspecting network malfunctions, troubleshooting unresponsive programs, improving system processes, analyzing client's specifications, upgrading existing applications, coordinating with the technology department, and creating a report of network issues resolutions. A network administrator should display a strong command of programming languages. Extensive knowledge in the technology industry and analytical and problem-solving skills to manage network problems immediately is also necessary.

Network Technician

A network technician is responsible for system malfunction diagnosis and troubleshooting operations. Network technicians duties' include repairing damaged system components, analyzing computer systems and blueprints, installing network connections, and upgrading accessories for efficient operations. Other duties include assisting customers with technical issues, ensuring computer systems' privacy, creating documents of network issues and resolutions, and suggesting alternative equipment for network backups. A network technician must have a broad knowledge of the technology industry and mechanical processes, plus the ability to work under pressure with minimal supervision.

Systems Analyst

A systems analyst is responsible for monitoring the effectiveness of technology systems and analyzing its efficiency for business operations and clients' needs. Systems analysts create specific modifications to operating systems and help design solutions and processes. Other tasks include managing the system's workflow, diagnosing and detecting malfunctions, performing troubleshooting, and assisting clients' with their concerns. A systems analyst must have excellent command with programming languages and the knowledge with the technology industry to understand systems' complexities and processes.

Illustrated Career Paths For a Computer Specialist