IT Jobs To Master Today As a Future Career
- IWB Post
- August 25, 2015
If 30 years ago, someone would have told you that in the future your life will revolve around a tiny digital palm-held device, I’m sure you would’ve given them the cold stare and said, “Have you lost it!? Go fly a kite!”
But apparently, this hypothetical “someone’s” prophecy has come true, and that too with a severe magnitude! Don’t you think? We are living in a world which is surrounded by those bhari-bharkum tech savy words such as artificial intelligence, cloud computing, big data, and what not!
Here is a list of job avenues which will suit this technological world we live in and also make your pockets happy in the best possible way! Check outttt!
- Wearables experts
With the growing popularity of smart watches and Google lens, it is believed that wearable devices will be used to train new employees, speed up the sales process, improve customer service, create hands-free guidance for workers and improve the accuracy of information collected to serve the growing analytics movement at companies everywhere.
- Tech experts for AI/robotics
These technologies are expected to infiltrate wide segments of daily life by 2025, with huge implications for a range of industries such as healthcare, transportation and logistics. IT professionals will have roles to play in programming, integrating and building out the infrastructure for organisational applications of AI and robotics.
- Digital artisans
As marketing becomes education-based and less sales-based, demand for business writers who specialise in blogs, newsletters, website articles, whitepapers, and special reports will also increase. Individuals in this field must have good communication and writing skills, and be highly creative and original. To deliver that kind of strategic value, IT pros need to be authentic, relevant, intelligent, speedy, artistic and non-conformist.
- App Developers
The proliferation of mobile technology is driving demand for development of new applications. And it’s not just consumers. Even organisations are implementing some kind of mobile strategy, and they all need tech professionals who can get the job done. Systems software developers, who create the operating systems for computers, are also poised for prosperity.
- Information Security Analysts
Increasing digital dangers are pushing governments and companies of all stripes to hire more white hats to beef up their information security. They are also highly desirable in hospitals and doctors’ offices, where the move to keep more digital records pushes the need to protect patients’ privacy.
- Computer Systems Analysts
Computer systems analysts ensure that organisations’ technological needs are met and are constantly improving with the advancements and demands of an increasingly connected world.
- IT Project Managers
An IT project manager maintains information technology strategies by managing staff, researching and implementing technological strategic solutions. A successful manager requires a strong combination of communication, planning and organising skills.
- Computer Forensics Experts
Forensic analysis of communications and data on storage devices, such as disks and CD-ROMs has increased. Those qualified can investigate and uncover evidence of illegal activities and cybercrime, from credit card fraud and hacking to child pornography and terrorism.
- Big Data Analysts
Data analytics and data scientists will continue to be in great demand since they possess unique skills in areas such as mathematics, statistics and management science, combined with associated IT skills.
- 3D Printing Designers
As 3D printing grows, so will the numbers working in it. Jobs will come on board across all sections from designers who can take a product idea and translate it into something that can feasibly be brought to life to engineers and those in sales.