Most In Demand IT Jobs

We are often asked by Job seekers about future technologies and industry trends. There has been a rise in the technologies and products which are shaping the technology world. We wish we could see the future but based on the recent job trends and demands, we found the below technologies have great growth potentials

Cyber Security Engineer

With an increasingly connected world, the number of security threats online has also grown a lot. Organisations are heavily investing to protect customer and enterprise data secure. Cyber security engineers are employed to protect database and networking systems from any cyber-attacks and hackers.

Automation Specialist

The last decade has seen a massive rise in Automation, bots, and machine learning applications. A lot of effort has been on seamless integration across the systems and platforms. The software which uses the bot for performing this automation is called the RPA software. Some of the top automation solutions are provided by Blue Prism, UiPath, Automation Anywhere, Pega, Kofax, Softomotive.

AI/Machine Learning Engineer

AI (artificial intelligence) machines and systems will develop the ability to learn and utilise existing knowledge. There has been a lot of focus on AI from Software giants and service organisations. Considering a lot of products and our daily lives will be driven by AI, it is safe to assume that machine learning will remain an in-demand skill for the foreseeable future. Some of the prominent players are Google Cloud ML Engine, Amazon Machine Learning (AML), 10. Apple’s Core ML.

Cloud Engineer

With an increasing number of applications and systems to be moving to Cloud,  there has been an unprecedented number of engineers required to install, maintenance, design, and planning Cloud systems for the organisation.  Some of the leading Cloud products are AWS, Google Cloud, Azure, There are many specialisations within Cloud Engineer responsibilities.

  • Cloud Security Engineer
  • Systems Engineer (Cloud)
  • Cloud Developer
  • Cloud Architect
  • Network Engineer (Cloud)

Data Scientists and Data Engineers

With increased data from CRM, Social media, and transactions and searches, there is more data to churn than ever before. Business intelligence solutions have been are tasked with collecting data from various sources and then helping organisations to make sense of customer behaviours, market trends, efficiency or even identifying the problem areas. Data Scientists are instrumental to make sense of the matrix of data available. Data engineers help to consume and produce data digestible chunks of data and translating them into insight. There is a great demand among Financials institutes, Utilities, Government and other large transaction companies.

User Experience Champions

With an increasing focus on information and data consumption, Companies are vouching to customers across multiple channels, websites, mobile apps, social media, etc.  It becomes critical to provide a seamless user experience with ease of use. User experience designers work hand in hand with technical developers to deliver these concepts.

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