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12 Tech Jobs With the Best Career Opportunities

According to a new Glassdoor report, jobs such as data scientist and product designer rank at the top of the list of jobs with the best career opportunities. The report analyzed millions of employee reviews on Glassdoor to identify the jobs with the best career opportunities across the U.S., all of which pay are in high demand and pay well above the U.S. median base salary. These roles also offer plenty of career momentum, with opportunities to advance a career quickly.

Tech Jobs Of the Future That Will Be in Most Demand

The rapid rate of innovation means the IT roles and skills that companies require can quickly change. Tech professionals of today and tomorrow can ensure they are in the best position to take advantage of future developments by understanding current workplace trends. With the fourth industrial revolution approaching, the modern workplace is in a state of flux and is responding to new challenges and priorities. New job types are in high demand, with more employers hiring for specialist roles such as DevOps, data visualization, data management and analytics. Meanwhile, traditional roles are evolving in response to the technology that is revolutionizing the modern workplace.

How to Start a Career In Artificial Intelligence

With AI and machine learning advancing very rapidly, startups and huge tech companies alike are recruiting at a faster rate than ever before. Moreover, they are ready to pay big money for top talent. That being said, getting into artificial intelligence can seem like a daunting prospect, especially if you do no come from a strong computer science background. An advanced degree in engineering, mathematics, computer science or a similar subject will give you a head start. However, it is possible to break into the field without a specific AI degree, as long as you are willing to take courses in order to understand AI fundamentals.

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