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The 10 Most In-Demand Tech Jobs For 2021 and How to Hire For Them

As companies scramble to adapt to a tight IT job market, they are doing whatever they can to attract top tech talent. For some that means getting a head start in filling the most in-demand roles, which include data-focused and security-related positions, according to the Robert Half Technology 2021 IT salary report. The survey also reveals the average salaries for each role based on experience.

How to Become a Machine Learning Engineer

As companies adopt artificial intelligence (AI) technologies and systems, demand for machine learning engineers is soaring. Many career opportunities exist today, and there will be more need for people with machine learning training and experience to fill future roles. Machine learning engineers must know computer science, mathematics, statistics, data science, deep learning, and problem solving. They must also commit to learning several programming languages and have the patience to work with complex data sets and algorithms. There are many available resources online for people who want to become machine learning engineers, but the volume of information can make it difficult to absorb, making it a challenge to decide which career path to follow.

The Most Disruptive Information Technology Jobs in the Year Ahead

According to a new Burning Glass report, IT jobs involving DevOps and artificial intelligence are the most in demand at this time. Employers are offering up sizable premiums for professionals who can automate IT operations or deliver AI and machine learning capabilities. The report looked at more than 1.7 million job openings within the United States, and grouped similar technology skills into associated skill areas and assessed both the projected growth of each skill area over the next five years, as well as difficulties filling job openings for these skills. Along with salary premiums, the study looked at the most disruptive job roles seen in information technology. The areas projected to grow the fastest include quantum computing, blockchain and the Internet of Things.

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