Wednesday, 09 November 2016 06:28

LinkedIn Reveals 10 Most In-Demand Skills to Get You Employed in 2017


As we all know that most of the time we are in search of a good job. We try our best to get into some good firm or organization to earn a better living.

According to LinkedIn data, this is the season job applications spike on the social networking site. To discover what precisely employers are looking for, and what it takes to effectively land a job, LinkedIn looked at billions of data facts. They examined all of the appointment and employing activity that occurred on its site so far in 2016 to recognize the most preferred skills.

After examining all the things finally LinkedIn revealed the best 10 skills that can get you employed in 2017 in 14 different countries.

“While we see job applications spike on LinkedIn in October, we know companies aren’t actually hiring at the same rate until January.”

LinkedIn career expert Catherine Fisher, revealed in a press release.

“Some skills expire every couple of years. Data strongly suggests that tech skills will still be needed for years to come, in every industry. Now is a great time for professionals to acquire the skills they need to be more marketable.”

LinkedIn Reveals 10 Most In-Demand Skills to Get You Employed in 2017

Following will be 10 most in-demand sills in 2017, according to LinkedIn.

  • Cloud and Distributed Computing: People who can develop and sustain these networks are the most in-demand.
  • Statistical Analysis and Data Mining: Employers gradually need people to find and make sense of data.
  • Web Architecture and Development Framework: Building websites that are both appealingly fair and useful.
  • Middleware and Integration Software: Middleware empowers communication between software programs.
  • User Interface Design: Making software that people cooperate with is becoming more imperative.
  • Network and Information Security: As the Internet of Things develops, security is becoming more important.
  • Mobile Development: Skills like app development fit into the ‘Mobile Development’ category.
  • Data Presentation: Employers increasingly need people who can consolidate data so it’s easy to comprehend.
  • SEO/SEM Marketing: Search Engine Optimization and Search Engine Marketing increases web search rankings.
  • Storage Systems and Management: Improving computer data storage and access.

In a post on LinkedIn, Fisher explained that the “top skills” list disclosed many drifts about the global job market.

Source : phoneworld


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