Along with the high number of job vacancies, the skills for employees have changed drastically. So here are the skills most in-demand for tech jobs in 2019.
What are the Most In-Demand Tech Skills?
By MITCH R. CONFESOR
So what are the skills now most in-demand for technology jobs in 2019?
Electronics firm RS Components henceforth listed the skills and job descriptions that companies want from employees since 2018. In a competitive jobs market, employees must therefore possess the necessary skills so that companies can readily recruit them.
According to RS Components, the tech sector has added 59,000 jobs so far this year.
In Demand Skills
As such, companies are now looking to employ those who have a diverse and technologically advanced skillset to keep up with changing demands, RS Components revealed.
DATA ANALYST vs SCIENTIST. Difference by skills— TDS Global Solutions (@TeleDevt) August 15, 2019
Data #analyst Top 10 most in-demand skills: 1)Machine learning, 2)Scripting, 3)SQL, 4)Stata, 5)Excel, 6)Tableau, 7)Python, 8)R, 9)SQL Server, 10)SAS. https://t.co/vHfZzuQh9W
With fears that automation may replace a number of jobs, employees must ensure that their skills are up-to-date. Hence, these skills must meet employer and business expectations.
This #talent market intelligence platform identifies changes at firms that employ people with the needed #skills. Firms undergoing acquisitions, layoffs or financial difficulties can prompt employees to seek new opportunities. https://t.co/D5xv1UR6n8— TDS Global Solutions (@TeleDevt) August 7, 2019
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