“From data scientists to developers to engineers, the battle for the best IT talent will wage on next year. As companies scramble to adapt to a tight IT job market, they’re doing whatever they can to attract top tech talent...”.
According to Robert Half Technology’s 2019, the most in-demand tech jobs are: 1) Business Intelligence Analysts: experience with database queries, stored procedure writing, online analytical processing (OLAP) and data cube technology. 2) Cloud Architects: experts in state-of-the-art cloud technologies and architectural principles and in scaling cloud applications and understanding of architecture of cloud systems. 3) Cloud Systems Engineers: develop, design, install, manage, maintain and support IT cloud systems. 4) Data Scientists: help gather process and analyze data. 5) Database Developers: manage database architecture and develop new database servers. 6) Developers (web, software, mobile): cod, design and build applications, websites or mobile apps, working with multiple programming languages such as C#, C++, HTML and Java. 7) DevOps Engineers: manage IT infrastructure, provision resources, oversee software testing and monitor performance after release. 8) Full-stack Developers: develop software in servers, networks, hosting, relational databases, QA, APIs, UX and UI design and security. 9) Help Desk and Desktop Support Professionals: as the first line of defense for customer service and troubleshooting, they must have the right technical and soft skills. 10) IoT Specialists: experts in IoT disciplines, such as devices, connectivity, edge and cloud analytics. 11) Network Administrators: handle LAN/WAN protocol, software and hardware. 12) Security Professionals: ensure that enterprise IT initiatives remain safe from potential threats inside and outside the organization. 13) System Administrators: demonstrate strong problem solving, communication and analytical skills.