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100 Professions of the future: trends and tops from futurologists

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The future is near. Bemorepanda studied the forecasts of world futurologists and compiled a list of the most in-demand professions in the next 30 years. These are professions from 19 industries: medicine and transport to culture and space.

 

What are the professions of the future?

 

The professions of the future are professions at the intersection of several disciplines that will appear in 15–20 years. Such jobs will complement or replace existing ones.

 

For example, truck drivers will be replaced by crewless vehicles. The car will drive itself, and the person will develop, control, and maintain this transport. At the same time, the profession of a drone operator will appear, and the scope of jurisprudence will expand to crewless vehicles.

 

Here are some professions of the future:

 

  • Online Therapist
  • Genetic engineer
  • Biopharmacologist
  • Architect of "green" cities
  • Time manager
  • Gamemaster
  • Media police
  • Space tourism guide
  • Eco-analyst in the extractive industries

 

Why you should follow the professions of the future

 

If you do not master the profession of the future now, you will be replaced by a robot or artificial intelligence so that you will be left without a job. According to the report Jobs of Tomorrow, more than 75 million people may be left without work due to robotization and automation.

 

Oxford believes that robots will perform half of all routine work in 15–20 years. At the same time, 53% of workers are sure that their work will change or become obsolete in the next ten years, and 77% of people will be retrained and change their profession. Not everyone will be taken into the future.

 

What is included in the catalog of professions of the future?

 

To understand the professions of the future, you need to study them.  The forecasts of futurologists and researchers worldwide compiled their list of 100 jobs of the future. The list includes realistic professions that have already appeared before 2030 in 19 industries.

 

Extending human life and improving its quality will require specialists of the broadest profile: doctors treating patients at a distance and personal health managers to professionals in genetics and transplantation.

 

Professions of the future in medicine

 

To prolong and improve life quality, specialists of the broadest profile will be required: doctors who treat patients at a distance and personal health managers to professionals in genetics and transplants.

 

1. An online therapist is a doctor who conducts a preliminary diagnosis of a patient to identify signs of illness in him and send him to the right specialist. He checks the progress of therapy and recommends measures for disease prevention online.

 

2. An expert in personalized medicine is, in fact, an ordinary attending physician, but with in-depth knowledge of genetics: he knows how to conduct and interpret DNA tests.

 

3. A bioethicist is a specialist in medicine, technology, and law. He organizes communication between a person or his relatives and doctors, lawyers, geneticists to solve complex biomedical cases.

 

4. Cyberprosthesis and Implant Developer is a medical engineer who works with designers and roboticists to create bionic prostheses.

 

5. A brain implant specialist is a person who designs, selects, configures, and maintains devices that are connected to or even placed inside a patient's head.

 

6. A medical marketer is a specialist in promoting companies and enterprises from the healthcare sector.

 

7. Genetic engineer

 

8. Biohacking and Programmed Health Specialist

 

9. Medical robot operator

 

Professions of the future in ecology

 

Environmentalists will soon be influencing local weather and the global climate. They will fight pollution of the planet smartly and profitably and even learn how to give accurate short-term forecasts for earthquakes and other natural disasters.

 

10. Ecological Footprint Reduction Specialists

 

11. Eco-evangelist is an educator and mentor in environmental protection and conscious consumption. Can work both with organizations and with individuals, for example, with schoolchildren.

 

12. Green transport engineer

 

13. Recycling Specialist

 

14. Urban gardener

 

15. Eco-leader

 

16. An eco-auditor is an independent expert who checks the environmental friendliness of enterprises, buildings, and other infrastructure and facilities.

 

Jobs of the future in information technology

 

IT is one of the fastest-growing sectors of the economy. Digital technologies have penetrated all spheres of human life. Data surround us, so the field of information technology guarantees jobs for specialists who know how to work with them: from a data journalist to a data architect.

 

17. An IT evangelist is a promoter of breakthrough technologies: he talks about breakthroughs in IT to the broadest possible audience.

 

18. A data journalist is a specialist who analyses and collects extensive data to prepare articles, notes, and other formats of journalistic materials, including interactive ones, based on them.

 

19. Head of Digital Transformation

 

20. Data architect

 

21. A digital linguist is a specialist in processing data in natural languages for algorithms and neural networks.

 

22. IT and AI ethicist is an expert dealing with the ethical issues of algorithms and artificial intelligence: from the responsibility of AI for illegal actions to the recognition of its intellectual property rights.

 

23. Digital Waste Disposer

 

Professions of the future in biotechnology

 

Biotechnology is an industry that stands at the junction of animate and inanimate nature. Experts predict limitless opportunities to create new microorganisms that will help make breakthroughs in medicine, biology, and related fields. Biotechnology will help solve humanity’s problems with the help of living systems.

 

24. Biopharmacologist

 

25. Synthetic biology engineer

 

26. Cyber ​​Organism Designer

 

27. Extinct Species Restoration Specialist - A geneticist specializing in recreating extinct species.

 

Jobs of the future in robotics

 

About 68% of world-class entrepreneurs believe that the future of business is the joint work of humans and artificial intelligence. People are increasingly transferring heavy, dangerous, monotonous, and ultra-precise work to machines. But the success of global robotization will be directly related to robotics - those people who will invent and give a "profession" to "smart" assistants who accompany a person from birth to old age.

 

28. Robot developer

 

29. Lawyer in the field of robotics

 

30. Robotic systems operator

 

31. Composite engineer

 

Professions of the future in agriculture

 

Modern technologies - genetics, 3D printing, artificial intelligence, and robots - will free millions of people from heavy physical labor employed in agriculture. They will transfer the cultivation of vegetables and fruits from the fields to mini-farms on the roofs of urban high-rise buildings and forever remove the problem of the mass slaughter of livestock. For example, meat grown in a test tube from a single animal cell or printed on a 3D printer will repeat all the taste qualities of the original.

 

32. Agro-cybernetic

 

33. GMO agronomist

 

34. 3D food printing engineer

 

35. Operator of automated agricultural machinery

 

36. Agricultural ecologist

 

Professions of the future in transport

 

Safety, sustainability, and AI logistics are the main engines of change in the transport sector of the future. Ground services will remotely control the crewless airliners. Drivers of urban transport will be able to find the shortest path using the prompts of "smart" roads and fly around rare traffic jams.

 

37. Designer of new modes of transport

 

38. Professional drone pilot

 

39. Lawyer in the field of crewless vehicles

 

40. Cross logistics operator

 

41. Unmanned aircraft engineer

 

Jobs of the future in energy and resources

 

The faster minerals are depleted, the more actively humanity seeks a replacement - new and renewable energy sources. Experts in this industry will learn how to generate energy using the weather or the movement of the human body, stopping the destruction of the planet.

 

42. Alternative and renewable energy specialist

 

43. Meteoenergy

 

44. Wearable Energy Designer

 

45. Eco-analyst in the extractive industries

 

46. Energy system developer

 

Professions of the future in construction

 

Clean materials, robotics, and artificial intelligence will change how we build entire cities. Architects are already thinking about the energy consumption of houses so that they provide themselves with the help of wind, sun, and groundwater. Engineers can assemble buildings from prefabricated 3D-printed elements, and ordering "smart" technology will become as commonplace as choosing new wallpaper and curtains.

 

47. BIM design

 

48. Smart home infrastructure designer

 

49. Specialist in restructuring strengthening old building structures

 

50. 3D printing designer in the construction

 

51. The architect of "green" cities is a specialist who designs buildings, neighborhoods, and entire cities, taking into account environmental requirements and with an eye to the principles of sustainable development.

 

Professions of the future in light industry

 

The future fashion industry will directly depend on advances in related high-tech fields. For example, light industry specialists will teach shoes and clothes to recharge numerous gadgets built into an everyday wardrobe. They will make jeans and sneakers “wash out” on the go and help you print clothes precisely according to your figure.

 

52. Technostylist

 

53. New fabric designer

 

54. Clothing Recycling Specialist is an environmentalist with a background in materials science who develops and implements technologies for the optimal recycling of old clothes.

 

Professions of the future in the social sphere

 

Not every person will be able to confidently keep up with the changes that the world is waiting for on the threshold of a new reality. Experts will come to the rescue to help you find a common language with advanced contemporaries, "smart" machines, and representatives of other cultures. For example, public moderators will become mediators between conflicting parties or people with entirely different views.

 

55. Mediator of social conflicts

 

56. Specialist in adapting people with disabilities to work on the Internet

 

57. Social moderator

 

58. Migrant Adaptation Specialist

 

59. Crowdsourcing Specialist for Public Issues

 

Security professions of the future

 

In a world that has quickly become more dependent on data, the security of that data is becoming an important priority. According to the Cyberedge Group, in 2019, 78% of IT professionals reported cyberattacks. A survey by The Myers-Briggs Company gives a figure of 64%. The World Economic Forum in 2019 named cyber attacks and online fraud among the main problems facing society. For the most part, professions in security will be related to the protection of these companies and individuals.

 

60. Cyber ​​Security Specialist

 

61. Cyberexplorer

 

62. Specialist in overcoming systemic environmental disasters

 

63. Personal security designer

 

64. Auditor and Security Coordinator

 

Professions of the future in business and finance

 

Blockchain and cryptocurrency will become commonplace in finance and business. At the same time, other assets are becoming more valuable: time, intellectual property, insights, and strategies. To adapt in the future, companies will have to learn to understand and predict it, make quick decisions and deal with change.

 

65. Multicurrency translator

 

66. Cryptocurrency bank operator

 

67. Intellectual property appraiser

 

68. Personal pension plan developer

 

69. Talent investment fund manager

 

70. A trend watcher is a specialist who studies changes in the economy, politics, science, culture, and public life, and then, based on their analysis, issues strategic recommendations to businesses.

 

71. Corporate Anthropologist

 

72. Time manager

 

73. Venture Capital Corporate Portfolio Manager

 

Professions of the future related to children's goods and services

 

The children of the future will be developed as an educational product. For example, favorite cartoons and video games shape the values, interests, and vision of the world of the future generation. Therefore, services and products will be developed as educational products.

 

74. An expert on the image of the unborn child helps schoolchildren form personal development trajectories and selects courses, circles, and sections in proportion to their interests and abilities—an expert at the intersection of career guidance and pedagogy.

 

75. Children's R&D Specialist

 

76. Children's robotics designer

 

77. Transmedia product architect

 

Professions of the future in education

 

We live in the context of continuous learning - the concept of lifelong learning. The educational system will inevitably give way to a personal approach to each student. Mentors and tutors will recognize talents from an early age.

 

78. Educational trajectory developer

 

79. Gamemaster

 

80. Author of educational courses based on AI

 

81. Personal guide for education and career development

 

82. A mind fitness trainer is a specialist who helps develop the client's cognitive skills using special techniques.

 

83. Talent search and development expert

 

Professions of the future in mass media

Shaping the Future of Media, Entertainment and Sport > Platforms | World  Economic Forum

 

In the work of specialists in entertaining and informing people, it is not so much the content that becomes more important but the form of its presentation at the junction of real and fictional worlds. And the joint work of cultural figures and artificial intelligence is being transformed into a separate area of ​​mass media.

 

84. Info stylist

 

85. A virtual world designer is a specialist in creating fictional realities and metaverses.

 

86. Augmented and Virtual Reality Engineer

 

87. Professions at the intersection of creative industries and artificial intelligence

 

88. A media police officer is a law enforcement officer on the Internet. Fights illegal content, cybercriminals, including those who commit crimes against a person (cyberbullying, stalking, Internet fraud).

 

89. Media software developer

 

90. A cross-cultural communication manager is a specialist who helps multinational corporations work with foreign partners, taking into account the various cultural characteristics of this market.

 

Professions of the future in culture and art

 

The more people will transfer routine work to machines; the more people will begin to create copyright works of art. People will focus on creativity, exploration, communication with other people and nature rather than satisfying basic needs. Entire professional sectors will change, but new jobs will appear in culture and art. Education, tourism, mass media, etc.

 

91. Science artist

 

92. Collective art curator

 

93. Art Appraiser

 

Professions of the future in tourism and hospitality

 

The world's economies are growing, so more people can afford to travel. There will be more tourists, but no more places. The tourism industry will have to satisfy the demands of travelers and make sure they come back again. This will require rethinking travel planning and organization, customer service, and space design.

 

94. The director of individual tours is a specialist who develops recreation programs based on the needs and capabilities of a particular person. All the term, he stays in touch and accompanies clients virtually.

 

95. Robotics concierge

 

96. Developer of intelligent tourism systems

 

Professions of the future in space

 

What science fiction writers have been dreaming about for so long can come true in the coming decades - humanity will begin to conquer deep space.

 

97. Commercial spacecraft pilot

 

98. A guide in space tourism is a specialist in developing and selecting a program for space travelers, accompanies a tourist or a group during a trip, and conducts an excursion.

 

99. Life support systems engineer

 

100. Narrow specialists in the field of space

 

How to master the profession of the future

 

To choose the future profession, focus on the occupations on the list that employers are already looking for. For example, being info stylish sounds nice, but it won't help you find a new job this year. But a medical marketer is a future profession with actual demand in the present. If you decide to change your professional area, dedicate a year to mastering a new one, throwing all your strength into existing skills.

 

 

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Interesting, I wonder what my future profession will be. Hope I will still have one
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the-fastest-growing-jobs-in-canada-for-2020-according-to-linkedin

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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australia-job-market-2020-top-emerging-careers-according-the-linkedin

With the development of technology and information space, Australia is keeping the top. In a country like Australia, demanded professions can be found in different areas. This country have good carrier opportunities and variety of jobs. Today we brought here the top jobs, the emerging careers in 2020 in Australia.

 

The development of production, medicine, education and other spheres of human activity allowed the development of a significant number of professions.

 

Five industries in Australia have average salaries of over $ 100,000 per year, and one of them is over $ 150,000.

1.Artificial Intelligence 

 

 What you should know: The profession of a specialist in artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning is becoming more and more popular every day. The market is in great need of experts who can create and maintain artificial neural networks, since this makes it possible to automate work processes, identify hidden trends, make effective forecasts, and develop new useful products and services.

 

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

 

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

 

2.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 

 

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

 

 

3.Marketing Automation Specialist

 

What you should know: Marketing automation is a very young trend. Few marketers are aware of this concept, and even fewer people can incorporate this technology into a running business. As the cost of human labor increases, systems are replacing people. In the beginning, it was in mechanical engineering, now on the Internet.

 

Automation of routine processes using special software that analyzes the actions of your customers and make personal offers based on the data received. The main idea of ​​marketing automation is to eliminate the routine work of people and replace them with robots, so that people can focus on highly intelligent work.

 

Unique skills: Marketo, Salesforce Marketing Cloud, Email Marketing, Digital Marketing, CRM Marketing

 

 Industries hiring this talent: Marketing and Advertising, Higher Education, Information Technology and Services

 

4.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. 

 

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

 

 

5. 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

 

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

 

6. 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 

 

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

 

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. 

 

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

 

8. Data Engineer 

 

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, Amazon Web Services (AWS), Python, Big Data 

 

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

 

9. Growth Manager

 

What you should know: The Growth Manager role typically sits at the intersection of marketing and product development and focuses on customer acquisition, activation, retention, and sales. He interacts with developers, designers, analysts, product and operations managers and marketers to implement specific actions aimed at business growth.

 

Unique skills: Marketing Strategy, Business Development, Social Media Marketing, Business Strategy, Account Management

 

 Industries hiring this talent: Financial Service, Real Estate, Law Practice, Internet, Marketing and Advertising, Computer Software

 

 

10.Chief Strategy Officer

 

What you should know: The Chief Strategy Officer is the leader responsible for helping the CEO develop, communicate, execute, and support corporate strategic initiatives.

 

Unique skills: Strategic Partnership, Digital Strategy, Business Strategy, Management Consulting

 

Industries hiring this talent: Marketing and Advertising, Information Technology and Services, Management Consulting, Financial Service, Higher Education, Computer Software, Hospital & Healthcare

 

11. Anti-money Laundering Specialist

 

What you should know: To be completely precise, the abbreviation should have been longer, AML CFT CWMDF - anti-money laundering and counter-terrorist financing and counter-weapons of mass destruction financing (combating money laundering, countering the financing of terrorism and financing the creation of weapons of mass destruction) destruction).

 

AML is primarily associated with the social responsibility of the business, with the protection against the risks of fraud. They are often found in the contracts of companies from countries where there are legislative restrictions, state control over economic entities.

 

Unique skills: Know Your Customer (KYC), Capture The Flag (CTF), Fraud Investigations, Financial Service, Risk Management

 

Industries hiring this talent: Financial Service, Banking, Information Technology and Services, Accounting, Human Resources, Management Consulting, Entertainment 

 

12. 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 

 

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

 

 

13. Service Designer

 

What you should know: Service design is the process of constructing the relationship between the customer and the business in order to balance the needs of the customer and the needs of the business. The client has his own problems that he wants to solve. Business, accordingly, too. It also runs into some kind of money that the business wants to make. The service design methodology helps to find a certain balance between making this money and ensuring that the client is ultimately satisfied with the fact that he received the service, used the product, etc.

 

Unique skills: Design Thinking, UX Research, User Experience

 

 Industries hiring this talent: Design, Government Administration, Financial Service, Construction, Higher Education

 

 

14. 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 

 

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

 

15. Automation Consultant

 

What you should know: Automation Consultants is a leader in the field of automating the application life cycle. Automating the application life cycle is the key to quicker and more-cost effective IT project delivery – and we at Automation Consultants are the leaders in this field, providing automation services across the entire application life cycle. 

 

Unique skills: Robotic Process Automation (RPA), UiPath, Selenium, JIRA, Test Automation, Automation

 

 Industries hiring this talent: Information Technology and Services, Banking, Industrial Automation, Management Consulting, Telecommunications, Computer Software

 

 

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The labor market, as well as other spheres of life in the era of digitalization, is all encompased by transformations, which people often seem to have no time to adapt to. Choosing the best way to prepare for the new demands of modern profession or, even more, of another career to which we want to migrate is increasingly challenging. Here is the situation in Mexico presented by Bemorepanda.

 

1.Agile Methodology Coach

 

In the corporate context, the concept of agility refers not only to speed, but also to the strategy of responding to the constant changes that the business is going through. Agile is a project management methodology focused on developing teams

more agile, in order to facilitate the transformations in the organizational culture necessary for the company's sustainability. The coach specialized in this model trains the teams and supervises their development so that they can contribute with their potential for effective results. Technology-related companies are the ones that most seek these professionals right now.

 

Five essential knowledge:

Kanban; Agile methodology; Scrum; project management in Agile; and business agility.

 

Three segments that most seek:

Information Technology and services; computer software; and internet.

 

2.Customer Success Specialist

 

The relationship with the customer after the purchase is now fundamental for any company, as it is a way of maintaining his interest in the products or services he offers. The customer's success specialist plays a key role in providing the buyer with a quality after-sales experience. That is why,

it generally presents a profile that combines technical and behavioral skills, as it needs to understand technology and manage relationships. Like salespeople, the companies that seek them most are linked to technology: IT and services, software and the internet.

 

Five essential knowledge:

Inbound marketing; Helping Clients Succeed; customer relations; digital marketing; and customer experience.

 

Three segments that most seek:

Information Technology and services; computer software; and internet.

 

3.Cybersecurity engineer

 

Any device connected to the internet is vulnerable to cyber attacks and, therefore, data security on the network has become central to companies. In this scenario, the role of cybersecurity engineer is increasingly important and thus

the second place among the main trends. The professional creates security systems and monitors the organization's IT infrastructure to prevent intrusions and implement processes and controls.

 

Five essential knowledge:

Docker Products; Ansible; DevOps; Amazon Web Services, AWS; and Kubernetes.

 

Three segments that most seek:

Information Technology and services; computer software; financial services.

 

4.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 

 

5.JavaScript Developer

 

The JavaScript programming language is one of the main technologies of the internet, as it allows interactive web pages. Most websites and browsers have a dedicated JavaScript engine to run them. The companies that most seek programmers with this specialization are in the areas of Information Technology, software and the internet.

 

Five essential knowledge:

React.js; Node.js; AngularJS; Git; and MongoDB.

 

Three segments that most seek:

Information Technology and services; computer software; and internet.

 

6.Data scientist

 

There is a saying that data is the new oil. Their importance to companies explains why professions linked to the capture, processing, analysis, representation and interpretation of large volumes of data arrive with force among the emerging ones, according to the LinkedIn survey. The good data scientist has the necessary knowledge to analyze the data and, from them, build models, make experiments and seek insights for the best decision making. It is an area for graduates in computer science, computer engineering and applied mathematics, for example.

 

Five essential knowledge:

Machine Learning; data science; Python language; R language; and data science.

 

Three segments that most seek:

Information Technology and services; banks; and computer software.

 

 

7.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). 

 

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. 

 

8.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 

 

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

 

 

 

9.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 

 

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

 

10.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 

 

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

 

11.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 

 

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

 

12.Salesforce Developer

 

Centralizing in a single database all the interactions between a company and its customers is one of the most important tasks currently developed in organizations. For this, a group of tools called Customer Relationship Management, CRM (in Portuguese, Relationship Management) has been used.

with the client). Salesforce is one of the strongest CRM systems on the market, and its expert programmers analyze business processes, develop workflows and generate solutions for specific business needs.

 

Five essential knowledge:

Salesforce.com development; Apex programming language; Salesforce.com features; Salesforce.com administration; and Visualforce.

 

Three segments that most seek:

Computer software; Information Technology and services; and management consulting.

 

 

13.Day Trader Investor

 

Day Trade is a strategy for buying and selling shares on stock exchanges on the same day. As it requires quick analysis and decision-making, the most sought-after knowledge in this investor profile is on stock exchanges, capital markets, Trading (short-term investments) and the Technical Analysis methodology

(technical analysis, in Portuguese), which aims to predict future market behavior based on historical data.

 

Five essential knowledge:

Stock Exchange; Technical Analysis; investments; capital market; and short-term trading investment.

 

Three segments that most seek:

Financial services; capital market; and investment fund managers.

 

14.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

 

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

 

15.Social media manager

 

Leader of the ranking, the profession of social media manager had its demand increased annually by an average of 122% between 2015 and 2019. The people in the role are responsible for the image, for the relationship and engagement and for the prospecting of a company on digital channels. They strategically expand business possibilities through websites and social networks like LinkedIn, Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. In addition to solid knowledge in digital marketing and social media, these professionals are expected to master tools such as Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator.

 

Five essential knowledge:

Digital marketing; social networks; Adobe Photoshop; Adobe Illustrator; and marketing.

 

Three segments that most seek:

Advertising and marketing; online media; and internet.

 

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