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The Top 5 Skills In Demand By The Tech Industry In 2023.

It is predicted that 85% of the jobs that college graduates in 2030 will have are yet to be invented. This statistic means that skills will need to adapt and change, focusing on tasks that require strategy, creativity, and emotional intelligence, as AI and automation become more advanced and capable of taking on more work. In 2023, those who will be successful in the tech industry will need a developed range of expertise that amalgamate their job skill sets and the ability to work with tech/software/AI.

Forbes has recently reported that the top 5 in-demand tech skills for jobs in 2023 are expected to be…

Data Communicator/ Storyteller

In 2023 and beyond, data communicators and storytellers will be highly sought-after and valuable to businesses. This is because research shows that by 2025, 70% of jobs will involve working directly with data, meaning that every organization will need individuals with the skills to interpret, translate, and communicate data effectively.

Data storytellers use a combination of written communication and visualizations to convey insights and information effectively. As data becomes more important to business strategy, the ability to convey and build stories from it will become increasingly valuable in 2023 and beyond.

Cybersecurity

It’s expected that up to 10 million professionals will be employed in the field during 2023. This means that whether you pursue it as a career path or add it to your resume to make you more marketable in whatever role you currently work, cyber security skills will be among the most in-demand for the foreseeable future. It’s a diverse skill set that will make anybody an attractive fit for the workforce.

UX Design

User experience (UX) and user interface (UI) design skills will become more valuable as technology becomes more integrated into various industries and roles. UX/UI designers are responsible for making technology accessible and easy for people who may not be familiar with it. This will be especially relevant with the rise of low-code/no-code platforms, allowing organizations to create their own applications without needing software development knowledge. As consumers prioritize experience over other factors, such as value or quality, the skills of UX designers will become increasingly in demand.

Digital Marketing

The way people consume goods and services has changed in recent years with the advent of digital technology, so businesses must now focus on capturing the attention of their target audience. Digital marketing involves using various technology-based methods to promote products and services and make them stand out to customers. These methods include social media advertising, influencer campaigns, search engine optimization, email marketing, and newer technologies like metaverse and augmented reality. Digital marketing skills can vary from technical to creative, and professionals in the field may focus on one or several areas. As long as they can promote a business and increase revenue effectively, they will be able to retain their job in 2023.

Ability to work with AI

As AI and modern software continue to advance, understanding and working with these technologies will be highly valuable. This skill includes being able to develop and implement AI and machine learning models, as well as understanding their limitations.

Through AI, Data communicators who have access to artificial intelligence tools can recommend the best ways to present information visually and narratively. Cybersecurity experts utilize AI to scan network activity for signs of hacking attempts and intervene before any harm is done. Designers will start to rely on AI-assisted analysis of user interactions to determine which elements are most important to focus on. Similarly, digital marketers will become more familiar with various AI tools to anticipate audience behaviour and generate copy and content.

So, will your job skills be in demand in 2023? And will it be influenced by the use of AI?

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Read the full Forbes article.

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