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The Top Tech Jobs in 2020 and the Skills You Must Have to Secure Them

A new study maps out the most valuable transferable skills for post-pandemic IT job seekers. According to the employers and developers surveyed in the new Boxboat report, candidates who are routinely keeping themselves up to date on the latest tech trends are the most valuable. In the new digital landscape brought about by the pandemic, an understanding of telecommunications like Zoom and Skype is important. And, of course, software proficiency in coding and programming are a must. More specifically, recruiters are favoring applicants who demonstrate familiarity with common programming languages.

How To Succeed In Your First 90 Days of a New Job When You Start Remote

The first 90 days of any new job are critical, and that is especially true if you are starting a new role as a fully remote employee. Unfortunately, many of the best practices for getting to know colleagues and employees, getting the lay of the organizational land, and communicating future plans and strategies are not possible when the organization is dispersed and employees are working remotely. The good news is that there are 7 key steps that IT leaders can take to make a good impression during the first three months of their new virtual positions.

Cybersecurity, Cloud Computing, IoT, and Data Science Are the Next Booming Sectors

While many IT organizations are struggling with the uncertainty brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic, emerging new technologies have continued to see a substantial increase in demand with steady growth. Areas like cybersecurity, cloud computing, Internet of Things (IoT), data science and data analytics have seen a rise in productivity due to their resilient features to a crisis. By exploring opportunities now in domains that have continued to grow amidst the pandemic, tech workers can secure recession-proof jobs now and in the future.

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