Companies scramble to adapt to the technology job market, so they’re doing whatever they can to attract top tech talent. Through this article, let’s talk about something interesting which is a list of popular technology jobs for 2019.
List of Popular Technology Jobs For 2019
- Cloud architect
Cloud architects supervise the company’s cloud computing strategy and are responsible for deploying, managing and supporting cloud applications. Cloud architects typically have a strong understanding of multiple operating systems in addition to networking, programming and security skills. Businesses should look for individuals with a strong knowledge of cloud services such as Amazon Web Services as well as experience with ITSM, I&O, governance, automation, and vendor management.
- Developer (web, software, mobile)
Web, software and mobile Developers are responsible for designing, installing, testing and maintaining the appropriate systems. The job requires coding, designing, and building applications, websites or mobile apps, working with multiple programming languages such as C#, C++, HTML, Java, Microsoft .NET and SQL Server. Developers need to be able to understand client requirements and be able to provide recommendations for improving the web, software, and mobile applications to ensure they meet user needs.
- Database Administrator
Database administrators (DBAs), for short set up databases according to a company’s needs and make sure they operate efficiently. They will also fine-tune, upgrade and test modifications to the databases as needed. Database administrators are relied on as the guardians of this treasure.
- Information Security Analyst
Information security analysts are the gatekeepers or security guards of information systems. To explain it another way, These professionals plan and execute security measures to shield an organization’s computer systems and networks from infiltration and cyber attacks.
- Scrum master
A scrum master is a facilitator for an agile development team. Scrum is a methodology that allows a team to self-organize and make changes quickly, in accordance with agile principles. The scrum master manages the process for how information is exchanged.
- Cloud systems engineer
Cloud systems engineers are responsible for developing, planning, designing, installing, managing, maintaining and supporting IT cloud systems. These professionals typically work with Amazon Web Services, OpenStack, Microsoft Azure, and other popular cloud services.
- UX Designer
User experience designers are a lot like information architects, only they spend more time coding, mocking up designs, and working with developers. If you get into UX design, your job will include developing prototypes, mocking up designs, designing specs, researching and analyzing user experience and behaviour to iterate and traction test.
- Data Scientist
Instead of using data to tell what’s happened to a company in the past, a data scientist uses data to tell a company what to do in the future. As a data scientist, you’ll take on analyzing and interpreting findings from data for decision-making. He has excellent analytical and modelling skills, deep understanding of the organization’s situation and strategy.
- Computer Network Specialists
Computer network specialists and analysts define, design, build and maintain a variety of data communication networks and systems. They typically have a bachelor’s degree in computer science or a related field. Some also have a master’s degree in business administration (MBA).