INDIA IT JOBS IN GREAT DEMAND, as mentioned in the Times of India Article, as more companies undergo Digital Transformation, in-demand IT roles will shift by 2020 to include positions focused on advanced technologies such as Machine learning (ML) Internet of Things (IoT), Data Scientist.
A mix of tech and skills will be required for nearly every position, according to CompTIA chief technology evangelist James Stanger. We are going to see a lot of defined job roles either being radically redefined, or even just go away. I think an IT skill-set will remain valuable and forever.
Here are the few top IT jobs that experts predict will be in high demand by 2020.
Machine Learning Engineers:
Machine learning engineers are advanced programmers who develop AI machines and systems that can learn and apply knowledge. These professionals perform sophisticated programming, working with complex data-sets and algorithms to train these systems.
We see every company becoming an AI company; and as that happens, Machine learning engineers are going to be very high in demand.
Across both end users and vendors, app developers will be in large demand in 2020. This could be a higher level role than simply coding, according to Forrester analyst Andrew Bartels( VICE PRESIDENT) : THE developer may be someone who identifies a need and designs what the code would look like, and sends it off to someone else to do the actual coding.
Database administrators will become more in-demand by 2020, particularly as companies move toward more software offerings that include AI, and the ability to create AI-powered models.
Director Speaks :
Mr. Vaseem Durrani, director of Aedifico – technical institute in Delhi says, “With all of these positions and new skills on the horizon, there is a high need to be proactive in providing training and skill-set for the same”.
His advice for people seeking career advancement is to research how their industry is changing and try to identify the skills that will be needed in the future.
Mr. Durrani conclude stating :
Everything from basic to advanced IT skills, data analysis, engineering, and research—will translate to finding yourself in the future’s most lucrative jobs. Think statistician, software developer, engineer, robotics expert, and scientific researcher.
Data Source : Time of India