Vol. IV – Edureka Career Watch – 2nd Feb. 2019

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Vol. IV – Edureka Career Watch – 2nd Feb. 2019

“I want to look back on my career and be proud of the work, and be proud that I tried everything.” – Jon Stewart

Another week has passed in 2019 with many of us working towards our New Year’s resolutions. Some of us might have made resolutions to change our diet, lose or gain a few pounds, and all sorts of other similar things. The question now remains, what are you doing for your career this year? To help you with this, this new edition of Edureka Career Watch brings to you yet another set of stories that might have gone unnoticed because of the other affairs in your lives.

So, without further ado, let’s look at the top job/career-related stories of this week.

HP India is Looking for 5 Data Scientists & Machine Learning Engineers

One of the biggest names in the IT industry, HP India has listed 5 job vacancies at its Bengaluru base which center around the data science and machine learning fields. The roles listed are targeted towards mid to senior-level professionals that include Data Scientists, Machine Learning Scientists, and Quality Data Scientists

An opportunity like this is hard to skip, so if you have the necessary skills, make sure you try out for this role.

via HP

Become a data scientist to never miss a chance like this.

Apple Job Openings in Health-Tech up by 400 Percent since 2 Years Ago

Health and fitness tech seems to be the new focus of Apple, the Cupertino-based tech giant we all know and love. The company has increased the number of job postings in the health-tech domain by five-fold since October 2017 from 15 vacancies to a whopping 75. This seconds the fact that Apple has turned its focus to the smart appliances ecosystem which starts with the Apple Watch. The job openings are centered around domains including software and services, hardware development and management, operations, support, marketing, and several other fields.

via ThinkNum

“AI is the New Oil,” says Rajeeb Hazra, Corporate VP, Intel Corporation

Rajeeb Hazra, a popular name among tech professionals, was quoted saying that AI is the new oil at a recent interview. The Corporate Vice President of the Data Center Group at Intel Corporation rightly believes that AI’s ability to partner with customers and end-users and create solutions and evolve according to their needs makes it more valuable than any other asset in the 21st century. Hazra also stated that he believes blockchain could become a real addition to AI and data-driven solutions in order to prepare collaborative, distributed infrastructure.

AI is definitely the future of IT and any other domain that even remotely utilizes technology.

via ComputerWorld

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God of War Developer on a Hiring Spree, Lists Several Major Job Openings

Sony Santa Monica, the developer of the award-winning game, God of War, recently listed several job vacancies pre-development of the sequel to their best-selling game. The development studio tweeted out a few days ago stating that they are looking to fill a handful of major positions. These openings include programmers and developers, quality analysts and testers,  designers, production engineers, and many more.

via Sony Santa Monica Studio

Nearly 3 Million Job Openings in Cybersecurity, Globally is a Huge Problem

A recent report by TechCrunch stated that there is a huge gap between the demand and availability of cybersecurity professionals on a global level. According to the report, the gap is nearing the 3 million positions mark in this popular domain. Companies are, apparently, trying to deal with this issue by investing in AI and machine learning experts to combat security issues, but this approach is far from ideal.

Because of the newness of formal education and awareness about cybersecurity, this is one domain that is filled with opportunities.

via TechCrunch

Learn Cybersecurity and don’t miss out on these opportunities.

Make full use of Edureka Career Watch’s expertise in the education and career counseling space. Speak with our course advisors today to get a clearer picture of your career path and more. Call us at:  IND: +91-960-605-8406 / US: 1-833-855-5775 (toll-free).

These were the major news stories related to job openings and career trends in the market this week. If you have any questions, suggestions or there are any specific topics you’d like us to cover, feel free to hit us up in the comments section below. Edureka Career Watch will be back next week with the top stories that you need to know. So, make sure you are subscribed to our blog through the subscription box below and never miss these important updates.

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