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Linkedin top jobs in 2020: The Most In-Demand Careers Right Now

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COVID-19 changed everyone's life. The world is slowly recovering from economic stagnation and is moving forward.

The LinkedIn job posted data revealing the most popular jobs in the world. The remote jobs have the highest and fastest-growing demand. 

This post is about to help inform your hiring strategy and outlook. 

 

Advisory jobs are in demand 

 

The latest data shows a shift to advisory and assistant jobs, particularly in finance and healthcare. Coronavirus is both a financial and health crisis. The fact these jobs are in demand continues to rise in both domains, show that we’re still beginning to feel its full effects.

 

 

When researching the job posts for remote positions only, there is a demand for remote sales jobs, also remote managerial roles. In fact, manager titles form up to half of the 10 demanded remote jobs. 

 

Frontline in-person functions remain to be the most demanded overall, while engineering dominates among remote jobs 

 

The past lists showcased which jobs saw the highest increase from June to July. In comparison, the following lists cover the jobs with the highest demand in July overall. 

 

While the former highlights recent changes, the latter provides a picture of the most in-demand positions overall and is more likely to be a stable month over month. And indeed, the most in-demand jobs overall haven’t changed much since last month's analysis, with in-person roles like driver, nurse, and retail clerk still among the top 10. 

 

 

For remote jobs, you’ll see a clear guide: Software jobs make up four of the top five remote jobs, with sales and business development jobs taking up almost all the other spots in the top 10. 

It makes sense that software jobs list highly here. Software workers are very confident in their ability to work remotely, according to LinkedIn’s Workforce Confidence Index survey. And engineers have consistently been in high demand since long before the pandemic.  

 

 

 

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LinkedIn is a professional-oriented social network with which any user can find a job or an employer can find the professional they need.

 

The LinkedIn platform is owned by a large technology company: Microsoft, and is similar to Facebook, Instagram and more.

 

What makes it different is that LinkedIn is a social network with an exclusive focus on the professional area and career development. This communication channel is used, among others, to display your CV, to look for a job and to improve your professional reputation.

 

Although fairly new to our market, Linkedin was launched in 2003 and was listed on the stock exchange 8 years later, having at that time a market value of 4.25 billion dollars. In 2016, Microsoft bought LinkedIn for a fabulous $ 26 billion.

 

Enough with info, let's move to memes. LinkedIn is also a subject of a lot of memes, that's why Bemorepanda collected a top of them.

Enough with information, let's move to memes! LinkedIn is a subject in a lot of memes, that's why Bemorepanda collected the top of them.

 

1.See the difference

 

2.I will hire you

 

3.Correct test

 

4.Mad sales manager

 

5.Recruiter added me on LinkedIn

 

6.Explaining policies to clients

 

7.See the difference?

 

8.Blog every day

 

9.That's our secret!

 

10.Searching on LinkedIn

 

11.My basement

 

12.She totally wants me

 

13.Makes a LinkedIn account

 

14.I just shot a man

 

15.That would be great

 

16.Never have I been so wrong

 

17.What if?

18.Innovation workshop

 

19.You like workshops?

 

20.Brace yourself

 

21.Haha so serious on LinkedIn

 

22.Dress for a job you want, not the job you have

 

23.Even superman wants to be batman

 

24.About your business

 

25.You like business?

 

26.Password incorrect

 

27.Have you seen my LinkedIn?

 

28.Classy and Sexy

 

29.Classes during pandemic be like

 

30.LinkedIn found you

 

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top-comedies-to-watch-during-quarantine

These days like never before, people need some fun. This routine during quarantine, require some incredible comedies. We decided to collect the best comedies which are likewise a few titles on here that you probably won't have seen. 

1) “Juno” (2007)

The story of a young girl, Ellen Page, who gets pregnant by her new sweetheart, Michael Cera, and chooses to give her child for adoption to an elitist couple, Jennifer Garner and Jason Bateman, is a comedy packed up with a lot of emotional moments. This movie won the title of Best Original Screenplay Oscar, which earned $231 million worldwide. 

2) “Old School” (2003)

A lawyer and his two mates plan to relive their glory days by building a fraternity house next to their old college campus. A funny movie, that never gets old, can easily entertain you during this boring evenings during quarantine.

3) “The Hangover” ( Part I, II, III)

Three best men and the groom take a road trip to Las Vegas for a bachelor party. They wake up the next day and have no idea where is the groom and all their money. The next 2 parts of the movie are also totally fun, in each movie there is a new groom and a real hangover. They are trying to remember what they have done the last night and every moment becomes a challenge.

4) “Bridsmaids” (2011)

A cool comedy and melodrama “Bridesmaids” will be an easy and fun ending to the day if you want to relax.  The story is about the bride and her best girlfriends, who escort the heroine to a difficult voyage along the waves of family life.  And, of course, the bachelorette party is traditionally suitable for parting with an unmarried and free flutter. The life of the main character is turned upside down.  Of course, unhappy and unrequited love. When she learns that her friend, and in the future not only a friend, is engaged, she finds no place for herself.

5) “The other women” (2014)

Carly is a confident blonde who has always been popular with men and never aspired to a permanent relationship.  However, after she met the ideal man Mark, she had feelings for him, which soon grew into real jealousy. Suspecting him of treason, the girl decides to follow him, after which she meets his wife Kate.  Together they decide to avenge the man for treason, but soon find out that he has another woman - the young beauty Amber. From this moment, the club of offended women will do everything possible to ruin Mark’s life. 

6) “The Hustle” (2019)

How to become a successful scam?  Always be fully equipped: high heels, bright lipstick, and most importantly - stretch underwear.  Be ready to cry at any time. No man can resist women's tears. Take everything that is “bad” and shines well.  Behind every million, there may be a billion. Do not deny yourself the pleasure of checking.

7) “Bad Boys for Life” (2020)

Detectives Mike Lowry and Marcus Burnett are back in business!  True, they are excluded from all operations, but has anything desperate friends ever stopped anything?  After all, this time someone from his past life opens the hunt for Mike. So the guys have to anneal to the fullest!

8) “Why him?” (2016)

Since the birth of her daughter Stephanie, the hero of the comedy film "Why is he?"  - Ned Fleming is very attached to her, because she was his little princess and became almost the center of the universe.  Over the years, he watched the little girl turn into a beautiful woman. Ned believes that no one is worthy of Stephanie, but the daughter still decided to introduce the family to her lover.  To do this, Ned with his wife Barb and son Scottie comes to Stanford to stay in the house of the guy Stephanie - the eccentric billionaire Laird Mayhew.

9) “21 & Over” (2013)

Three best friends - Casey, Miles and Jeff became students not so long ago and now very rarely see each other.  But finally, they get together, because they have a great reason - Jeff Cheng is twenty-one years old. Such a date happens once in a lifetime and therefore they should properly celebrate this event.  Despite the fact that the next day, Jeff has a very important interview, he agrees to skip a glass with friends. Once in one of the bars, young people lose control of themselves, and Jeff, having consumed a large amount of alcohol, is no longer standing on his feet.  But the evening is just beginning, and there are still lots of fun adventures and parties ahead of the guys.

10)  “TAG” (2018)

Classmates, and now best friends, have an unusual tradition.  Every year for a month, the guys play puffs, where they determine the loser.  The adult version of the game implies the most unusual follies: they hunt each other all over the world, rush into the house and work without an invitation, commit minor crimes.  And all these follies are for one purpose only, to become a winner. Each time they enter the competition, they jeopardize their reputation at work and personal relationships. But, despite this, the guys do not even think about how to break the tradition, which lasts 30 years.

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The United States of America has been holding the world economic leadership for several years. The US economy is the largest in the world in terms of nominal GDP, which says a lot about the country's potential. America is attractive to foreigners and expats in terms of study, work and life in general. It was the flow of highly qualified specialists from different parts of the world that influenced the development of the state's economy. United States is the country that still remains full of opportunities, where every dreamer can succeed. Here are the top fastest growing jobs right now in the US.

 

 

1.Artificial Intelligence Specialist (74% annual growth) 

 

What you should know: The term AI (Artificial Intelligence) appears in 1966, in the computer industry the role of these ‘artificial agents’ is to maximize the chances of success on a definite goal. We are helped daily by these agents - to have better brakes on cars in case of risk of accident, when we are warned by mobile phones about the possibility of being late for a calendar appointment, when Gmail notifies us the day before the flight to do online check-in, or when a digital campaign enters a negative performance trend.

 

Skills unique to the job: Machine Learning, Deep Learning, TensorFlow, Python, Natural Language Processing 

 

Where the jobs are: San Francisco Bay Area, New York, Boston, Seattle, Los Angeles 

 

Top industries hiring this talent: Computer Software, Internet, Information Technology & Services, Higher Education, Consumer Electronics 

 

2.Robotics Engineer (40% annual growth)

 

What you should know: Robotics is a branch of engineering that deals with the construction, operation and application of robots. These robots are programmable devices that are used to perform a set of instructions. Some of these robots are more autonomous than others (which are semi-autonomous, for example, Telerobots).

 

Skills unique to the job: Robotic Process Automation, UiPath, Blue Prism, Automation Anywhere, Robotics 

 

Where the jobs are: San Francisco Bay Area, Atlanta, New York, Washington, D.C., Boston 

 

Top industries hiring this talent: Information Technology & Services, Industrial Automation, Computer Software, Financial Services, Automotive 

 

3.Data Scientist (40% annual growth)

 

 What you should know: The Data Scientist is an analytical data expert who has the technical skills to tackle complex problems, as well as the curiosity that drives those challenges. They are part mathematicians, part computer scientists and part trend spotters.

 

Skills unique to the job: Machine Learning, Data Science, Python, R, Apache Spark 

 

Where the jobs are: San Francisco Bay Area, New York, Washington, D.C., Seattle, Boston 

 

Top industries hiring this talent: Information Technology & Services, Computer Software, Internet, Financial Services, Higher Education 

 

4. Full Stack Engineer (37% annual growth) 

 

What you should know: Full Stack Engineer is a developer who must understand the entire stack of technologies and components used in the project, both in terms of the front-end and back-end. At the same time, such a developer does not have to be senior in all technologies that are used in the development of an application.

 

Skills unique to the job: React.js, Node.js, JavaScript, AngularJS, Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) 

 

Where the jobs are: San Francisco Bay Area, New York, Los Angeles, Boston, Washington, D.C. 

 

Top industries hiring this talent: Computer Software, Information Technology & Services, Internet, Financial Services, Higher Education

 

 

5. Site Reliability Engineer (35% annual growth

 

What you should know: The Site Reliability Engineer is constantly looking at the possibility of automation and has quite broad powers. Any problem for him in the first place is a reason for the analysis. If it is repetitive or fraught with high risks, the SRE may decide to fix something in the application itself or write (on its own or with the help of colleagues) a tool that can fix the trouble without human intervention. Thanks to SRE, we understand if there are bugs in the application, how to fix them, and how to continuously improve the reliability of this system in the future.

 

Skills unique to the job: Amazon Web Services, Ansible, Kubernetes, Docker Products, Terraform 

 

Where the jobs are: San Francisco Bay Area, New York, Seattle, Boston, Washington, D.C. 

 

Top industries hiring this talent: Internet, Computer Software, Information Technology & Services, Financial Services, Consumer Electronics 

 

6. Customer Success Specialist (34% annual growth)

 

What you should know: The Customer Success Specialist delves into the customer's business processes and analyzes which product capabilities can be used to optimize them. Thanks to his knowledge of the specifics of various business topics, the specialist draws conclusions that work best for a particular company. And can recommend a suitable solution and optimal settings to get the most out of the service.

 

Skills unique to the job: Software as a Service (SaaS), Salesforce, Customer Relationship Management, Account Management, Customer Retention 

 

Where the jobs are: San Francisco Bay Area, New York, Boston, Chicago, Washington, D.C. 

 

Top industries hiring this talent: Computer Software, Internet, Information Technology & Services, Marketing & Advertising, Financial Services 

 

 

7. Sales Development Representative (34% annual growth)

 

What you should know: Sales Development Representative is an employee who knows who, how and why you need to sell your product. It’s the continued explosive growth of technology services that rely on SDRs to find new customers that keep this job on the list. 

 

Skills unique to the job: Salesforce, Cold-Calling, Software as a Service (SaaS), Lead Generation, Sales 

 

Where the jobs are: San Francisco Bay Area, New York, Boston, Chicago, Austin 

 

Top industries hiring this talent: Computer Software, Internet, Information Technology & Services, Marketing & Advertising, Computer & Network Security 

 

8. Data Engineer (34% annual growth)

 

 What you should know: Data Engineer is a mixture of data analysts and data scientists. He is responsible for extracting, transforming, loading data, and processing it. The profession is in demand primarily due to high salaries and demand among employers.

 

Skills unique to the job: Apache Spark, Hadoop, Python, Extract/Transform/Load (ETL), Amazon Web Services 

 

Where the jobs are: San Francisco Bay Area, New York, Seattle, Boston, Chicago 

 

Top industries hiring this talent: Information Technology & Services, Internet, Computer Software, Financial Services, Hospital & Health Care 

 

 

8. Behavioral Health Technician (33% annual growth)

 

What you should know: Behavioral Health Technician help doctors and nurses by carrying out treatment plans for people with behavioral problems. These professionals usually hold either a certificate or an associate's degree in mental health technology or psychiatric technology. Licensure or certification is sometimes required.

 

Skills unique to the job: Applied Behavior Analysis, Autism Spectrum Disorders, Behavioral Health, Mental Health 

 

Where the jobs are: Miami-Fort Lauderdale, Orlando, San Francisco Bay Area, Phoenix, Seattle 

 

Top industries hiring this talent: Mental Health Care, Hospital & Health Care, Individual & Family Services, Education Management, Health, Wellness & Fitness 

 

 

10. Cybersecurity Specialist (32% annual growth)

 

What you should know: Cybersecurity Specialist identifies information security threats and data loss risks, develops and implements measures to counter threats and solutions to protect against information loss; ensures the safety and confidentiality of data; participates in the development and implementation of IT solutions.

 

Skills unique to the job: Cybersecurity, Information Security, Network Security, Vulnerability Assessment 

 

Where the jobs are: Washington, D.C., New York, San Francisco Bay Area, Chicago, Denver 

 

Top industries hiring this talent: Information Technology & Services, Defense & Space, Computer Network & Security, Management Consulting, Financial Services 

 

11. Back End Developer (30% annual growth)

 

What you should know: Back End Developer is a specialist who deals with the software and administrative part of a web application, the internal content of the system, server technologies - a database, architecture, program logic.

 

Skills unique to the job: Node.js, JavaScript, Amazon Web Services, Git, MongoDB 

 

Where the jobs are: San Francisco Bay Area, New York, Los Angeles, Boston, Seattle

 

 Top industries hiring this talent: Computer Software, Internet, Information Technology & Services, Marketing & Advertising, Financial Services 

 

12. Chief Revenue Officer (30% annual growth)

 

What you should know: The Chief Revenue Officer came into being when revenue generation, like development and production, came to be seen as a process rather than an outcome of other processes. If the CFO is responsible for the budget, then the CRO is for the areas that generate income: marketing and sales. The CRO connects these departments and with the head of the company; he is one of those who formulate strategy and objectives, as well as look for markets, think about positioning and costs, and observe competitors.

 

Skills unique to the job: Strategic Partnerships, Start-ups, Software as a Service (SaaS), Go-to-Market Strategy, Executive Management 

 

Where the jobs are: New York, San Francisco Bay Area, Atlanta, Boston, Chicago 

 

Top industries hiring this talent: Computer Software, Information Technology & Services, Marketing & Advertising, Internet, Financial Services 

 

 

13. Cloud Engineer (28% annual growth)

 

What you should know: Engaged in cloud architecture, data storage, virtualization for the implementation of cloud technology. The cloud architect is responsible for integrating the individual cloud applications. Planners are responsible for forecasting what the organization's IT needs will be.

 

Skills unique to the job: Amazon Web Services, Cloud Computing, Docker Products, Ansible, Jenkins 

 

Where the jobs are: San Francisco Bay Area, Washington, D.C., New York, Dallas-Fort Worth, Chicago 

 

Top industries hiring this talent: Information Technology & Services, Computer Software, Financial Services, Internet, Telecommunications 

 

14. JavaScript Developer (27% annual growth)

 

What you should know: JavaScript Developer is a programmer who develops the user interface, that is, the external public part of the site in the browser. The main task of the front-end developer is to make the interaction of users with the site or web application as convenient as possible.

 

Skills unique to the job: React.js, Node.js, AngularJS, JavaScript, Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) 

 

Where the jobs are: New York, San Francisco Bay Area, Los Angeles, Boston, Washington, D.C. 

 

Top industries hiring this talent: Computer Software, Information Technology & Services, Internet, Financial Services, Marketing & Advertising 

 

15. Product Owner(25% annual growth) 

 

What you should know: The Product Owner knows everything about the needs and pains of the user, the capabilities of the team, see their points of contact for the benefit of the entire project.

 

Skills unique to the job: Agile Methodologies, Scrum, Product Management, Software Development, JIRA 

 

Where the jobs are: New York, Boston, San Francisco Bay Area, Chicago, Atlanta 

 

Top industries hiring this talent: Information Technology & Services, Financial Services, Computer Software, Insurance, Hospital & Health Care

 

 

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top-fastest-growing-jobs-right-now-in-the-united-kingdom-according-to-linkedin

United Kingdom has one of the most powerful economies in the world. Even despite the impending exit from the European Union, the local labor market remains stable and requires qualified personnel, including specialists from abroad. By the way, many foreigners not only work, but also successfully conduct business in England and in other countries of the Kingdom.

 

The reality is that the average UK salary is £ 34,400 per year, while one of these specialties can, on average, bring you three times that. And to become one of these professionals, you do not always need to understand financial matters. Here are the fastest growing jobs in UK right now.

1.Artificial Intelligence 

 

 What you should know: The role of these ‘artificial agents’ is to maximize the chances of success on a definite goal. We are helped daily by these agents - to have better brakes on cars in case of risk of accident, when we are warned by mobile phones about the possibility of being late for a calendar appointment, when Gmail notifies us the day before the flight to do online check-in, or when a digital campaign enters a negative performance trend.

 

Unique skills: Machine Learning, Python, Deep Learning, TensorFlow. 

 

Where the jobs are: London. 

 

Industries hiring this talent: Information Technology & Services, Financial Services, Internet, Computer Software, Research. 

 

Previously employed as: Data Engineer, Data Scientist, Postdoctoral Researcher, Software Engineer. 

 

2.Data Protection Officer 

 

What you should know: Data Protection Officer is the official responsible for the organization's compliance with data protection laws. This term is defined in the General Data Protection Regulation and is described in articles and is mandatory for compliance with the regulation.

 

Unique skills: Data Privacy, Data Protection Act, GDPR, Data Protection Manager (DPM), Personal Data Protection. 

 

Where the jobs are: London, Manchester, Cardiff. 

 

Industries hiring this talent: Financial Organisation, Government Administration, Information Technology & Services, Nonprofit Organisation Management, Hospital & Health Care. 

 

Previous roles: Compliance Officer, Data Manager, Data Specialist, Information Officer.

 

3.Robotics Engineer 

 

What you should know: Robotics is a branch of engineering that deals with the construction, operation and application of robots. These robots are programmable devices that are used to perform a set of instructions. Some of these robots are more autonomous than others (which are semi-autonomous, for example, Telerobots).

 

Unique skills: Blue Prism, Robot Programming, Robotic Process Automation (RPA), Robotics, UiPath. 

 

Where the jobs are: London, Manchester, Edinburgh, Birmingham, Coventry.

 

 Industries hiring this talent: Information Technology & Services, Financial Services, Industrial Automation, Management Consulting, Computer Software. 

 

Previous roles: Automation Consultant, Automation Developer, Software Engineer, Robotic Process Automation Consultant. 

 

 

4.Site Reliability Engineer 

 

What you should know:The Site Reliability Engineer is constantly looking at the possibility of automation and has quite broad powers. Any problem for him in the first place is a reason for the analysis. Thanks to SRE, we understand if there are bugs in the application, how to fix them, and how to continuously improve the reliability of this system in the future.

 

Unique skills: Amazon Web Services, Kubernetes, Docker Products, Terraform. 

 

Where the jobs are: London, Bristol, Reading, Leeds, Belfast. 

 

Industries hiring this talent: Internet, Information Technology & Services, Computer Software, Financial Services, Broadcast Media. 

 

Previous roles: DevOps Engineer, Software Engineer, System Administrator, System Engineer.

 

 

5. Customer Success Specialist 

 

What you should know: The Customer Success Specialist delves into the customer's business processes and analyzes which product capabilities can be used to optimize them. Thanks to his knowledge of the specifics of various business topics, the specialist draws conclusions that work best for a particular company. And can recommend a suitable solution and optimal settings to get the most out of the service.

 

Unique skills: Account Management, Customer Relationship Management (CRM), Salesforce, Customer Retention, Software as a Service (SaaS). 

 

Where the jobs are: London. 

 

Industries hiring this talent: Computer Software, Information Technology & Services, Internet, Marketing and Advertising, Financial Services. 

 

Previous roles: Account Executive, Account Manager, Business Development Managers, Project Manager. 

 

6. User Researcher 

 

What you should know: User research seeks to understand user behavior, needs and motivations through observation methods, task analysis, and other feedback methodologies. This area of ​​research aims to improve the usability of products by incorporating experimental and observational research methods to guide product design, development and improvement. User researchers often work alongside designers, engineers, and programmers throughout all stages of product creation and idealization.

 

Unique skills: Qualitative Research, Usability Testing, User Experience (UX), User-centered Design, UX Research. 

 

Where the jobs are: London, Manchester, Newcastle upon Tyne, Birmingham, Leeds. 

 

Industries hiring this talent: Government Relations, Design, Information Technology & Services, Government Administration, Hospital & Health Care. 

 

Previous roles: Business Analyst, Research Manager, Service Designer, User Experience Designer. 

 

 

7. Data Scientist 

 

What you should know: The Data Scientist is an analytical data expert who has the technical skills to tackle complex problems, as well as the curiosity that drives those challenges. They are part mathematicians, part computer scientists and part trend spotters.

 

Unique skills: Apache Spark, Data Science, Machine Learning, Python. 

 

Where the jobs are: London, Cambridge, Edinburgh, Manchester, Oxford. 

 

Industries hiring this talent: Information Technology & Services, Internet, Financial Services, Computer Software, Marketing & Advertising. 

 

Previous roles: Analytics Specialist, Data Analyst, Postdoctoral Researcher, Software Engineer. 

 

8. Sales Development Representative 

 

What you should know: Sales Development Representative is an employee who knows who, how and why you need to sell your product. It’s the continued explosive growth of technology services that rely on SDRs to find new customers that keep this job on the list. 

 

Unique skills: Business Development, Lead Generation, Sales, Salesforce, Software as a Service (SaaS). 

 

Where the jobs are: London, Reading, Slough, Manchester, Bromley. 

 

Industries hiring this talent: Computer Software, Information Technology & Services, Internet, Marketing & Advertising, Food & Beverages. 

 

Previous roles: Account Manager, Business Development Executive, Business Development Manager, Sales Executive. 

 

 

9. Cloud Engineer 

 

What you should know: Engaged in cloud architecture, data storage, virtualization for the implementation of cloud technology. The cloud architect is responsible for integrating the individual cloud applications. Planners are responsible for forecasting what the organization's IT needs will be.

 

Unique skills: Amazon Web Services (AWS), Cloud Computing, DevOps, Microsoft Azure, Terraform. 

 

Where the jobs are: London, Reading, Edinburgh, Southall, Manchester.

 

 Industries hiring this talent: Information Technology & Services, Computer Software, Financial Services, Telecommunications, Banking. 

 

Previous roles: Architect, DevOps Engineer, Solutions Architect, Software Engineer. 

 

10. Cyber Security Specialist 

 

What you should know: Cybersecurity Specialist identifies information security threats and data loss risks, develops and implements measures to counter threats and solutions to protect against information loss; ensures the safety and confidentiality of data; participates in the development and implementation of IT solutions.

 

Unique skills: Cyber Security, Information Security, Network Security, Penetration Testing. 

 

Where the jobs are: London, Bristol, Manchester, Reading, Edinburgh. 

 

Industries hiring this talent: Information Technology & Services, Financial Services, Computer & Network Security, Accounting, Telecommunications. 

 

Previous roles: Information Security Analyst, Information Security Consultant, Security Analyst, Security Consultant. 

 

11. Platform Engineer 

 

What you should know: The role of Platform Engineer (PE) is a specialist who develops software using engineering principles and draws on fundamental knowledge of Computer Science. In this case, an engineer needs programming knowledge and a technical mindset, but he is not involved in direct development.

 

Unique skills: Amazon Web Services (AWS), DevOps, Docker Products, Kubernetes, Terraform. 

 

Where the jobs are: London, Manchester, Reading, Edinburgh, Glasgow. 

 

Industries hiring this talent: Information Technology & Services, Internet, Computer Software, Financial Services, Broadcast Media. 

 

Previous roles: DevOps Engineer, Infrastructure Engineer, Software Engineer, System Engineer. 

 

 

12. Full Stack Engineer 

 

What you should know: Full Stack Engineer is a developer who must understand the entire stack of technologies and components used in the project, both in terms of the front-end and back-end. At the same time, such a developer does not have to be senior in all technologies that are used in the development of an application.

 

Unique skills: AngularJS, Git, JavaScript, Node.js, React.js. 

 

Where the jobs are: London, Manchester, Bristol, Cambridge, Reading. 

 

Industries hiring this talent: Information Technology & Services, Internet, Computer Software, Financial Services, Marketing & Advertising.

 

 Previous roles: Frontend Developer, Java Software Engineer, Software Engineer, Web Developer. 

 

 

13. Enterprise Account Executive 

 

What you should know: Enterprise Account Executives are responsible for managing relationships with an organisation’s larger customers — a role that’s highly valued judging by its place on the list. They’ll plan sales activities to achieve targets, and are heavily involved in relationship management, customer loyalty, and market coordination. 

 

Unique skills: Account Management, Cloud Computing, Enterprise Software, Software as a Service (SaaS), Solution Selling. 

 

Where the jobs are: London, Reading, Guildford, Cardiff, Manchester.

 

 Industries hiring this talent: Computer Software, Internet, Computer & Network Security, Information Technology & Services, Marketing & Advertising. 

 

Previous roles: Account Executive, Account Management, Business Development Manager, Sales Manager. 

 

14. DevOps Engineer 

 

What you should know: A DevOps Engineer’s main function is to operate the IT infrastructure of their organization. This means time spent working with software developers, system operators, and others to oversee code releases.

 

Unique skills: Amazon Web Services (AWS), Ansible, DevOps, Docker Products, Terraform. 

 

Where the jobs are: London, Manchester, Belfast, Cambridge, Edinburgh. 

 

Industries hiring this talent: Information Technology & Services, Financial Services, Computer Software, Government Administration, Internet. 

 

Previous roles: Infrastructure Engineer, Software Engineer, System Administrator, System Engineer.  

 

15. Content Designer 

 

What you should know: The job of the content designer is to convey information in the best possible way. They usually work with text, images or video. Content designers research audiences to create effective content for them. They are trying to make it easier for this audience to find the content they want.

 

Unique skills: Content Design, Content Strategy, Copywriting, User Experience (UX), Web Content Writing. 

 

Where the jobs are: London, Chelmsford, Leeds, Newcastle upon Tyne, Belfast.

 

 Industries hiring this talent: Government Administration, Government Relations, Information Technology & Services, Hospital & Health Care, Non-profit Organisation Management. 

 

Previous roles: Content Editor, Copywriter, Content Specialist, Graphic Designer. 

 

 

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Today, Canada is a dynamically developing country in which the government actively supports the development of new technologies and industries. In addition, the richest natural resources and a small population - coupled with a shortage of engineering personnel - make Canada a very hospitable country in relation to labor migration.

 

But it is not about migrants or locals, but what are the most sought after professions in Canada. Regarding the situation with coronavirus and the pandemic that has taken over the world, people are looking for a valid profession in the future, let's say a high-performing profession. Here is the list of the most fast growing jobs in Canada.

 

1.Artificial Intelligence 

 

What you should know: Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning have are about innovation.We are helped daily by these agents - to have better brakes on cars in case of risk of accident, when we are warned by mobile phones about the possibility of being late for a calendar appointment, when Gmail notifies us the day before the flight to do online check-in, or when a digital campaign enters a negative performance trend.

 

Skills unique to the job: Machine learning, Deep learning, TensorFlow, Python, PyTorch 

 

Where the jobs are: Toronto, Montreal, Vancouver, Quebec, Ontario, Calgary 

 

Top industries hiring this talent: Computer Software, Information Technology & Services, Higher Education, Research, Internet 7 

 

2. Site Reliability Engineer 

 

What you should know: The Site Reliability Engineer is constantly looking at the possibility of automation and has quite broad powers. Any problem for him in the first place is a reason for the analysis. Thanks to SRE, we understand if there are bugs in the application, how to fix them, and how to continuously improve the reliability of this system in the future.

 

Skills unique to the job: Amazon Web Services (AWS), DevOps, Terraform, Kubernetes, Docker Products

 

 Where the jobs are: Toronto, Vancouver, Montreal, Ottawa, Kitchener, Calgary 

 

Top industries hiring this talent: Computer Software, Internet, Information Technology & Services, Banking, Financial Services 8 

 

 

3.Data Engineer 

 

What you should know: Data Engineer is a mixture of data analyst and data scientist. He is responsible for extracting, transforming, loading data and processing it. The profession is in demand primarily due to high salaries and demand among employers.

 

Skills unique to the job: Apache Spark, Hadoop, Amazon Web Services (AWS), Python, Big Data 

 

Where the jobs are: Toronto, Montreal, Vancouver, Ottawa, Calgary 

 

Top industries hiring this talent: Computer Software, Information Technology & Services, Internet, Banking, Financial Services 9 

 

4. Data Scientist 

 

What you should know: The Data Scientist is an analytical data expert who has the technical skills to tackle complex problems, as well as the curiosity that drives those challenges. They are part mathematicians, part computer scientists and part trend spotters.

 

 

Skills unique to the job: Machine Learning, Data Science, Python, R, Apache Spark 

 

Where the jobs are: Toronto, Montreal, Vancouver, Calgary, Ottawa 

 

Top industries hiring this talent: Information Technology & Services, Computer Software, Banking, Financial Services, Internet 

 

5. Cybersecurity Specialist 

 

What you should know: Cybersecurity Specialist identifies information security threats and data loss risks, develops and implements measures to counter threats and solutions to protect against information loss; ensures the safety and confidentiality of data; participates in the development and implementation of IT solutions.

 

Skills unique to the job: Cybersecurity, Information Security, Security Information and Event Management (SIEM), Network Security, Penetration Testing 

 

Where the jobs are: Toronto, Montreal, Vancouver, Ottawa, New Brunswick, Calgary 

 

Top industries hiring this talent: Information Technology & Services, Management Consulting, Computer & Network Security, Telecommunications, Banking 

 

6. Big Data Developer 

 

What you should know: A big data developer is a versatile specialist who has knowledge in mathematics, statistics, information science, computer science, business, and economics. A Big Data developer studies large amounts of data containing disparate information, for example, research results, market trends, customer preferences, etc. Research and analysis of such information can lead to new scientific discoveries, increased company performance, new income opportunities, improved customer service etc. 

 

Skills unique to the job: Apache Spark, Hive, Hadoop, Scala, Big Data 

 

Where the jobs are: Toronto, Montreal, Vancouver, Kitchener, Halifax, Calgary 

 

Top industries hiring this talent: Banking, Information Technology & Services, Telecommunications, Financial Services, Computer Software 

 

 

7. DevOps Engineer 

 

What you should know:  A DevOps Engineer’s main function is to operate the IT infrastructure of their organization. This means time spent working with software developers, system operators, and others to oversee code releases.

 

Skills unique to the job: Docker Products, Jenkins, Amazon Web Services (AWS), Ansible, DevOps 

 

Where the jobs are: Toronto, Vancouver, Montreal, Ottawa, Kitchener, Calgary 

 

Top industries hiring this talent: Information Technology & Services, Computer Software, Banking, Financial Services, Internet 

 

8. Full Stack Engineer 

 

What you should know:  Full Stack Engineer is a developer who must understand the entire stack of technologies and components used in the project, both in terms of the front-end and back-end. At the same time, such a developer does not have to be senior in all technologies that are used in the development of an application.

 

Skills unique to the job: React.js, Node.js, AngularJS, JavaScript, Git 

 

Where the jobs are: Toronto, Montreal, Vancouver, Ottawa, Kitchener, Calgary 

 

Top industries hiring this talent: Computer Software, Information Technology & Services, Internet, Financial Services, Marketing & Advertising 

 

 

9. Experience Designer 

 

What you should know: Experience Designer is responsible for the function, the adaptability of the product, and the emotions it evokes in users. The clearer the interface, the easier it is for the user to get the result and take the targeted action.

 

Skills unique to the job: User Experience (UX), User Experience Design (UED), Design Thinking, User Interface Design, Wireframing 

 

Where the jobs are: Toronto, Montreal, Vancouver, Ottawa, Calgary 

 

Top industries hiring this talent: Computer Software, Design, Marketing & Advertising, Financial Services, Higher Education 

 

 

10. Robotics Engineer 

 

What you should know:  Robotics is a branch of engineering that deals with the construction, operation and application of robots. These robots are programmable devices that are used to perform a set of instructions. Some of these robots are more autonomous than others (which are semi-autonomous, for example, Telerobots).

 

Skills unique to the job: Robotic Process Automation (RPA), Blue Prism, Robotics, UiPath, Fanuc Robots 

 

Where the jobs are: Toronto, Calgary, Quebec, Montreal, Kitchener 

 

Top industries hiring this talent: Banking, Industrial Automation, Information Technology & Services, Computer Software, Automotive 

 

11. Customer Success Specialist 

 

What you should know: The Customer Success Specialist delves into the customer's business processes and analyzes which product capabilities can be used to optimize them. Thanks to his knowledge of the specifics of various business topics, the specialist draws conclusions that work best for a particular company. And can recommend a suitable solution and optimal settings to get the most out of the service.

 

Skills unique to the job: Software as a Service, Customer Relationship Management, Account Management, Salesforce, Customer Retention 

 

Where the jobs are: Toronto, Vancouver, Montreal, Ottawa, Halifax, Calgary 

 

Top industries hiring this talent: Computer Software, Information Technology & Services, Internet, Marketing & Advertising, Financial Services 

 

12. JavaScript Developer 

 

What you should know: JavaScript Developer is a programmer who develops the user interface, that is, the external public part of the site in the browser. The main task of the front-end developer is to make the interaction of users with the site or web application as convenient as possible.

 

Skills unique to the job: React.js, Node.js, AngularJS, JavaScript, TypeScript 

 

Where the jobs are: Toronto, Montreal, Vancouver, Calgary, Ottawa 

 

Top industries hiring this talent: Computer Software, Information Technology & Services, Banking, Internet, Financial Services 

 

 

13. Product Owner 

 

What you should know: The Product Owner knows everything about the needs and pains of the user, the capabilities of the team, see their points of contact for the benefit of the entire project.

 

Skills unique to the job: Agile Methodologies, Scrum, Product Management, Agile Product Management, JIRA 

 

Where the jobs are: Toronto, Montreal, Vancouver, Calgary, Ottawa 

 

Top industries hiring this talent: Computer Software, Information Technology & Services, Banking, Financial Services, Internet 

 

14. Data Consultant 

 

What you should know: Data Consultant is about having the ability to analyze and process said data to make organizations more profitable through reduced costs and increased revenues. Cue the Data Consultant, another new addition to the Emerging Jobs Report. 

 

Skills unique to the job: Hadoop, Apache Spark, Hive, Machine Learning, Big Data 

 

Where the jobs are: Toronto, Ottawa, Montreal, Vancouver 

 

Top industries hiring this talent: Information Technology & Services, Banking, Financial Services, Management Consulting, Computer Software 

 

15. Cloud Engineer 

 

What you should know: Engaged in cloud architecture, data storage, virtualization for the implementation of cloud technology. The cloud architect is responsible for integrating the individual cloud applications. Planners are responsible for forecasting what the organization's IT needs will be.

 

Skills unique to the job: Amazon Web Services, Cloud Computing, Microsoft Azure, DevOps, Docker Products 

 

Where the jobs are: Toronto, Vancouver, Montreal, Ottawa, Calgary 

 

Top industries hiring this talent: Banking, Financial Services, Telecommunications, Internet, Government Administration 

 

 

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