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Top 12 Skills to learn (Updated)

HomeTechnologyTop 12 Skills to learn (Updated)

Many new technologies, which substitute human ability and result in super-human abilities, are nowadays raised in the technology trend.

Though there are ‘n’ numbers of technologies to discuss depending on the requirements of the client, we are here to discuss the trends in technology.

In recent years, many inventions have already become a popular trademark and only a handful are away from being mainstream. Indeed, this blog will list all the latest developments in technology that will boom and stand as a high demand worldwide.

1. Artificial Intelligence

Artificial Intelligence has been around for some time now but it continues to develop and grow. It is anticipated that the way humans communicate with the digital world will change. Staying on top of these trends and investing in AI skills will help secure a role for you in this field.

AI is changing the work scene rapidly, making it an exciting time for programmers looking for something different. Over the past four years, hiring development for AI specialists has increased by 74 percent annually.

2. Data Science

Companies are in constant pursuit of understanding their results, and as such, data scientists have become increasingly in demand. The programming skills, statistics, machine learning, data wrangling, data intelligence and software engineering are some of the skills most needed by employers in a data scientist job.

Data analysis is the more entry-level talent, while data science is becoming more advanced, but the professions are cousins.

3. Machine Learning

Machine learning is one of the most innovative and exciting fields to step into the future which makes it one of the most valuable skills you can learn. There are a lot of applications for this revolutionary software, from Siri and Alexa to chatbots to predictive intelligence to self-driving cars.

Machine learning can be extended to all sectors like healthcare, education, finance and so on. Machine learning startups earned more funding in 2019 than all other cumulative AI programs.

4. Python

Python is one of today’s most common and coveted programming languages. Python helps developers to work on some of the highly common tech trends such as mobile and artificial intelligence. Many of the skills you need to become a Python Developer include Core Python expertise, web framework knowledge and analytical skills.

5. Cybersecurity

Cybersecurity remains one of the greatest problems for companies of all sizes, as they spend heavily to ensure they are safe.  And if there was a time to start looking for a position in cybersecurity and the skills required for such positions, it would be now.

It’s a four-course, technical certificate program. You’ll better understand the cybersecurity market, what positions are available and what career path for you in cybersecurity.

Certificate IV in Government Security addresses the expertise and skills to support an organisation by improving cyber threat awareness and protect against cyber risks across industries.

6. Amazon Web Services

Demand for skilled professionals in this field continues to rise and is projected to be one of the high-in-demand tech skills. Amazon Web Services (AWS) is one of the biggest names in cloud services, and companies would need qualified people to build applications in the area.

7. Blockchain

Blockchain was originally developed for the digital Bitcoin currency, and has grown. The tech community is now seeking other possible applications of the technology, such as peer-to-peer payments,  file storage, crowdfunding, automated voting, identity management, etc.

A Hired study found that in the past year, demand for Blockchain Engineers has risen by 517 percent, making it one of the top tech skills (1). Blockchain Engineers are now providing massive pay packages, showing how much skills are respected within Blockchain.

8. Virtual Reality

Virtual reality and virtual reality — the common word is extended reality, or XR — are technologies that would be more useful than just future entertainment. Marketing, advertisement, health care, and manufacturing are a few sectors that have already begun to implement XR technology.

If you are looking for new IT and computer skills then find VR skills like designing and creating apps, programming and graphics development with 3D modelling.

9. Internet of Things

In general, IT can be highly competitive for candidates, but one of the areas within IT is IoT, which has space for many more developers. IoT remains one of the world’s rising tech industries. IoT has yet to achieve its full potential, because there is a shortage of professional individuals in the field, according to Software.org.

It is possible to hack anything that is connected to the internet, which is why protection is one of the main concerns with these apps. Both California and the UK(2) recently implemented legislation to make IoT apps more safe and accessible. For this reason, it is possible that cybersecurity experts who are trained in IoT would be highly sought after.

10. Mobile Development

Mobile development skills are in high demand with the growing use of the smartphone from gaming to shopping. According to Statista, there were 4 billion unique users in the global mobile population, which is more than half of the world’s population using a smartphone. Mobile use continues to rise and growing, so investing in improving some skills in mobile could be a good idea. Android and iOS mobile developer skills are key mobile skills.

11. UI/UX Design

UI and UX are different although they are in the same family. UI (User Interface) professionals design website and device interfaces to be visually pleasing, work well, and easy to use for users. UX (user experience) specialists are doing a lot of work and testing to understand every aspect of how the user communicates with the business and the website, working with developers and UI designers.

Ultimately, the UI is best for those who want to concentrate on a page or product’s graphics, layout, and general look and feel. UX is best for those who want to use analyzes and experiments to help a company fulfill the needs of its users seamlessly.

12. Salesforce/CRMs

Salesforce is one of the top ten software companies in the world by annual sales, and there are plenty of job opportunities in this area. CRMs, or customer relationship management systems, offer effective ways for organizations to handle inventory, marketing and customer service.

Developers may draw on existing Salesforce technology to develop new applications and projects to suit their company’s needs.

Research by the International Data Corporation Research found that, between 2016-2022, Salesforce would help create 3.3 million new jobs and produce more than $859 billion in new business revenues worldwide.

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