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According to the Class of 2019 Student Survey Report from the National Association of Colleges and Employers computer science, information science, management information systems and computer engineering are among the Top 10 in-demand majors, with starting salaries for engineering majors increasing by 4 percent and computer science majors increasing by 2.3 percent on a year-over-year basis.

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Increasingly, companies are using AI in the screening and hiring process, and that means the way you look for and land a job needs to evolve as well. According to a recent survey of hiring professionals, 63 percent said AI has altered the way recruiting is done within their organization. Further, nearly half of the respondents said it is making their jobs easier, including giving them valuable insights about candidates they had not had access to before.

Must Have IT Skills You Need to Remain Competitive

The ever-changing, enterprise IT landscape means there will always be a need to learn new technical disciplines or concepts. Getting trained in different programming languages may just be a starting point though. New combinations of responsibilities, processes, and duties are taking shape across technical and business disciplines.

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