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4 In-Demand Tech Jobs of 2023

The speed of technological evolution today is such that several million individuals in other disciplines are now looking to transition into tech. While there are several disciplines in technology today, a handful of niches are in higher demand than others for their overall value to the industry. Here are four of them:


#1. DevOps Engineer

DevOps engineers improve and develop IT systems and collaborate with software development teams to ensure a seamless flow between engineering and coding.


A DevOps engineer's role is crucial for maintaining cloud and IT infrastructure to boost business productivity. Hence, professionals must be able to deploy automated software applications and support and identify potential risks of new systems and software.


Some certifications to go after depending on the technology available:

  • Docker Certified Associate (DCA)

  • Certified Kubernetes Administrator (CKA)

  • AWS Certified DevOps Engineer

  • Microsoft Azure DevOps Engineer Expert

  • Knowledge of Agile principles

Demand:

Top U.S. companies are looking for DevOps engineers. You can expect career growth and opportunities to come your way in the coming years, with demand for specialists in line with that of software developers.


Median Salary: $119,058

#2. Information Security Analyst

Information security analysts are involved in the design and implementation of protection for organization networks. They set standards and maintain computer networks while keeping an organization's networks secure from cyber-attacks.


Required skills:

  • Continuous Integration Continuous Delivery

  • Critical thinking

  • Implementing and administering hardware and software.

  • Be involved with Security policies and remediation


Demand:

The Bureau of Labor Statistics projects about 56,500 new jobs between 2021 and 2031.


Median Salary: $102,600


#3. Software Developer

Software developers design mobile and desktop apps for various purposes and operating systems. Behind every online tool, from mobile games and productivity apps to console games and coding apps, is a team of creative, innovative software developers.


Required skills:

  • Expertise in a Development language, such as: C#, .NET, Java, JavaScript, Python, GoLang, C, CSS, Ruby, etc.

  • Ability to communicate well with IT and non-IT team members

  • Produce quality source code, document and test


Demand

The Bureau of Labor Statistics projects a 26.0% employment growth for software developer experts between 2021 and 2031. In that period, an estimated 370,600 jobs should be created.


Median Salary: $109,020

#4. Data Scientist

Data scientists are involved in the collection, analysis, and interpretation of big data with advanced analytics technologies, such as machine learning, predictive modeling, and artificial intelligence.


Required skills:

  • Statistics

  • Linear algebra

  • Coding

  • Data visualization


Demand:

Given innovations in the fields of machine learning and AI, the BLS predicts 40,500 new jobs between 2021 and 2031.


Median Salary in the US: $110,910


Start your career in tech today

The rewards in tech are clear to see. Data scientists, software engineers, and cloud architects earn impressive salaries and work in competitive environments promoting innovation and rewarding breakthroughs. Reach out to the Denzel Group to learn more about transitioning to tech.


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