The IT workforce is evolving quickly. From data scientists to data security pros, the battle for the best in IT talent will wage on next year. Here are the five tech jobs that will be most in demand in 2018.
Machine learning Engineers
The application of this technology will continue to proliferate beyond virtual assistants such as Siri and Alexa, with social media networks using it for facial recognition, and machine learning coming into the broader business world, predicts James Milligan.
According to a report, data analysts will become increasingly more important in all industries by 2020.
Survey respondents said they expect to have a greater demand for data analysts because they will need help making sense of all of the data generated by technological disruptions.
Data Security Administrator
Handling large amounts of data requires a dedication to security to protect your business, employees, clients and customers. Data security admins are responsible for defining network security requirements, ensuring all security measures are up to date, monitoring company-wide security practices and implementing security strategies.
With all of this connectivity and data, the infrastructure has to be in place to support this growth. 2017 saw demand increase for AWS and Azure experience, and we expect this trend to continue into next year, writes Milligan.
SQL Database Developer
Many individuals believe that SQL development will continue to be in high demand long into the future and for very good reason. Queries are absolutely mandatory in enterprise-scale systems, and SQL is an acknowledged standard that has proven to be the easiest, most familiar, most compatible and most powerful way to write queries.
Written by DFGR Research Team.
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