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Demographics, cultural trends, and new technologies are rapidly changing the job market. The advent of modern technologies such as Artificial Intelligence and Robotics is changing the way we work. Technology changes every day and we need to stay updated in order to match its pace. Manual jobs are being replaced by technology which has opened up a whole new set of opportunities in the tech industry.
In order to excel in the IT industry, you need to learn from the ever-changing industry landscape. Employees need to understand the current industry trends explore the diversity of career options available in the IT world today. This is why Edureka Career Watch is here to provide you a list of some promising job and career trends to explore if you are looking forward to pace-up your career.
Tech’s dominance among emerging jobs is no surprise since even non-tech companies are now looking to hire people with tech skills like Artificial Intelligence, robotics, and data-related expertise.
On December 10th 2019, LinkedIn announced that AI specialist topped the third annual Emerging Jobs Report list in eight countries, and made the top 10 in five other locations. Also, robotics engineers scored the highest in nine countries, and cybersecurity specialists and data-experts showed up on multiple lists across the globe.
AI’s top spot on the list of emerging jobs shouldn’t be a surprise as the wave of digitization is on a roll. In fact, job openings for AI specialists grew 63% in 2018, according to a CompTIA report. And KPMG noted that the stark increase in the demand for these specialists makes AI-related skills the most in-demand.
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According to recruitment professionals tracking the sustained uptick in entry-level jobs, India’s tech sector will increase its hiring by 10% in the next financial year. Industry experts said that the $177 billion IT and business process management sector is forecast to hire 200,000 engineers and graduates in the next financial year. And India’s top five IT service companies – TCS, Infosys, HCL Technologies, Wipro and Tech Mahindra are expected to account for more than 40% of the industry’s total recruitment in the fiscal year 2021.
However, the increased hiring is unlikely to reflect in higher headcount within IT services companies that are going through a sustained phase of both voluntary and involuntary attrition among mid-level employees.
Wipro’s Chief Human Resources Officer, Saurabh Govil said that there is no growth for middle managers who are unable to reskill in digital technology. Professionals with more than 15 years of experience may find it difficult to remain at their posts within major tech services companies unless they upgrade with technology.
Source: Economic Times
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Aylien, a Dublin-based start-up providing AI-powered risk intelligence and financial analytics solutions, has recently announced that it raised €5m in its Series A round, and is now planning to expand its team to 50 people throughout 2020.
According to the company, new roles will mainly be technical hires across the areas of product, UI and UX design, engineering, data science, and sales.
Source: Silicon Republic
Softcat is a technology reseller with accreditation from IT vendors such as HP, Microsoft, Dell EMC, Check Point, Citrix, IBM, and Adobe.
The company is all set to expand its Irish headquarters in Dún Laoghaire, Co Dublin, with the creation of 18 new roles hoping that the new hires will allow it to enhance its service offering, particularly in areas such as hybrid cloud, digital workspace, IT intelligence and cybersecurity. It is recruiting for sales positions and technical roles with a focus on cloud and IT security.
Source: Silicon Republic
Modular Automation is expanding its Shannon facility, with plans to create 100 new jobs over the next three years. The solutions provider is planning to bring the positions to the region by the year 2023 with support from Enterprise Ireland.
With the growing demand for automation solutions, the expansion and new hires will help Modular Automation support its clients, which include Johnson & Johnson, Stryker and Boston Scientific. The current team consists of project managers, electrical, design, quality and validation engineers, and technicians. New roles opening in Shannon will join these growing areas, along with other supporting positions within the company.
Source: Silicon Republic
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