Okay, first let me be "that guy" who does a buzz kill by giving "sage advice". Don't look for a six-figure salary first. First look for something that makes you happy. Sure, a six-figure salary will help with that, but hear me out. I tell my students to do what they like. Sure, I'm not saying that if you only like to watch clouds and sit on the beach that that's necessarily a good life goal. But let's face it -- making a lot of money at something you hate is not likely to be pleasant. That being said, I'll get to what you really wanted to hear. IN GENERAL (obviously there are exceptions), there are several areas that will pull in good job security, money, advancement, etc.. These are hot areas. Internet of Things (IOT) is making huge strides and finding applications everywhere. Why? Because, well... it's the INTERNET. And it's EVERYTHING that's connected to it. Another thing is Artificial Intelligence. After a few decades of fits and starts, AI, and in particular Machine Learning (ML) is hitting its stride. You can see evidence of it in all aspects of business and everyday life. Talk to Siri? Cortana? Amazon Echo? How about Markov Chains being used to predict natural language processing and translations? Virtual Assistants on company websites? And where do you think AI is getting all that data to learn from? Big Data. Why? Because the IOT is generating incredible amounts of data every second and ML is learning to find patterns and predict everything from physics to human social interaction to the stock market. And robots don't forget. As time goes on, the old aphorism "those who don't learn from history are doomed to repeat it" will be apparent not to apply to robots -- Machine Learning. So you want a job that's 1) likely to be secure, 2) make some bucks and 3) extremely awesome, go with those. Sure, you can find instances or jobs where you won't get six figures. But if I were to bet, I'd say those three areas look pretty sweet. When I was younger, saying you were "in computers" was cool enough. But let's face it, today if you say you're "into computers" you'd probably get a response like, "Yeah, so's my kid." AI, IOT, Big Data -- inescapable and very, very entertaining.
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As you can imagine, Data Analytics is currently the field that has the highest demand and pay. Data Analytics, Machines Learning, and Artificial Intelligence will be the game changing areas that will revolutionize the field of automation. It might still take 5-10 years for lot of things to get automated, so at least for a decade this skill set will be high in demand.
Also I strongly feel a Cyber Security engineering job will also be in high demand considering how companies and countries are subject to Cyber attacks these days.
Job that are in high demand are reporting, analytics, IT and medical. These jobs pay well and have lucrative advancement and careers.
I would take a look at indeed and just and of those keywords to see what requirements are required. You can get many certification via Coursera, Udemy, among others.
Engineering! you basically can apply to anything you like technology, and Tech Companies are always looking for young talent.
Probably software engineering is a path you want to explore, not only is a high demanded profile but also is a broad field where you can find whatever you like.
There are jobs in high demand in a wide range of industries, meaning you can find one that suits your interests and skills. The four fields that have experienced rapid growth in the past few years are health care, information technology (IT), trade and hospitality. Whether you like to work with your hands or enjoy problem-solving, you will find a job that is in high demand in one of these industries.
The high Demand jobs are in software engineering and develop some special skills . Also Medical Technician with specialized focus area.
I would say that the following jobs are in high demand from a technological perspective:
1. AI/ML Engineer
2. Network security engineer
3. Python/Java developer
4. Data scientist
5. Cloud technologies
If you are not looking for technical roles, I would bet on the following:
1. Corporate lawyer
2. Forensics and cybersecurity for police/government
3. Real estate agent
Top paid jobs at anytime will be in Medical and Managing roles.
I would suggest based on your study chose the path and which works make you happy go for it, money will follow your happiness. TC.
Currently there is high demand for Artificial intelligence technology , Data analytics , machine learning, Big data, cyber security. These are few domain which are having highest number of jobs opening globally. All these roles do require a knowledge of computer programming languages mostly python.
Below are the few jobs with the most anticipated growth over the next five years.
1. Application software developer
2. Medical services manager
4. Marketing Manager
5. Business Analyst
1) DevOps developers / Technical PMs
2) Big Data and Analyst
3) Artificial Intelligence and Machine Language experts
Don't go just with the money...think you will have to do that job/service for the next 50 years...so it has to be something you like. And when you are doing something you love...money will come. First find something you like to do or you are very good at it. If you have no idea...start volunteering and try different things. During this crisis, Finance and IT people are unlikely to lose their job, which is great. For future, I would suggest degrees/majors for Artificial Intelligence:
2. Artificial intelligence system architect
3. Network Marketing
4. Python Developer
5. Data Scientist
Here are the most in-demand jobs for 2019
- Application software developer. Annual median salary: $101,790. ...
- Medical services manager. Annual median salary: $98,350. ...
- Registered nurse. Annual median salary: $70,000. ...
- Medical technologist. Annual median salary: $51,770. ...
- Construction laborer. Annual median salary: $34,350. ...
- Nursing assistant. ...
- Home health aide.
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Here are 10 of the most in-demand tech jobs of 2019, according to recruiters and career site experts.
1) Cybersecurity Engineer: - Security is a major concern for companies and consumers alike.
2) AI/Machine Learning Engineer: - The explosion in artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning technologies across the enterprise has led to increased demand for these professionals.
3) Full Stack Developer: - Full stack developers are among the most in-demand by employers right now in terms of open job postings, according to data from job search site Indeed.
4) Data Scientist: - Named the no. 1 best job in America by Glassdoor for the past three consecutive years, data scientists are expected to remain in high demand in 2019, as nearly every company now has the ability to collect data, and all need employees who can effectively organize and analyze this information.
5) Python Developer: - The rise of AI and machine learning technologies has led to increased demand for Python developers.
6) Java Developer: - Java developers will remain in high demand in 2019.
8) Cloud Engineer: - Job postings that include the terms cloud computing or cloud engineer have gone up 27% since 2015, according to Indeed.
9) Scrum Master: - Organizations are increasingly turning to Scrum to organize software development, and this method will break out even more in 2019.
10) DevOps Engineer: - As the DevOps workflow grows increasingly popular, more organizations are seeking DevOps engineers, according to Indeed.
I wish you much success on your journey. Best of luck to you!
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Hey Axel ,
With the rate at which the data is being generated in this modern era , the demand is high for Data Engineers , Analysts and Data Scientists . Also with the increasing number of subscribers and users of digital technology there is a constant requirement of Software Engineers in the market who have experience with the Scalable aspects of technology and systems .
So to summarise my answer you can chose any platform be it Web , Data platform , Data science but try to learn the tech in depth in order to be able to scale the systems and platforms.
1. Data Analytics
2. Cyber Security
4. Cloud technologies
These are broad domains and need much more scrutiny as to what falls where.
I would suggest going through all the online course portals,Udemy,Coursera,etc(naming a few) providing nitty-gritty against each domain and you can start off based on your level (beginner,intermediate,expert), choose and complete them to see if these interest you.
From a career in Information Technology standpoint, cloud technologies are in high demand these days. So a course or certification in Azure, AWS or GCP is a nice to have. Some other practices like Cloud Migration/Adoption or DevOps are great career options these days.
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