The following graph is from this report from the Georgetown University center for Education an the workforce. It shows that the (I think conservative) forecast is that by 2018 51% of the STEM jobs will be in Computers.
In other words, there will be more jobs requiring a Computer major than those requiring a Physics, Chemistry, Math, Sociology, Psychology, Biology, Zoology, Marine Biology, Chemical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Nuclear Engineering, Biomedical Engineering, etc., etc. degree, combined. This is not very different from today's workforce, so it should not come as a surprise. And yet, in this University, like most others, the number of Computer majors is roughly the same as the number of Mechanical Engineering majors.