No surprise, technical skills are to remain essential in the coming years. Even positions that used to require less tech savvy may evolve into more technologically advanced roles.
Again, the World Economic Forum's Future of Jobs Survey: "For those workers who stay in their roles, the share of core skills that will change by 2025 is 40%, and 50% of all employees will need reskilling."
For those workers who stay in their roles, the share of core skills that will change by 2025 is 40%, and 50% of all employees will need reskilling.
Given that tech-readiness is still the best way to keep the workforce competitive in a rapidly changing job market, these technologies are the ones to watch if you want to ensure your employees are up-to-date:
- Artificial intelligence
- Big data
- Extended reality
- The internet of things
- 3d printing
Technology use, monitoring, control and programming design will also continue to be essential for a competitive workplace. They're foundational pieces that make up the most in-demand jobs of the decade, including:
- Data analytics
- AI and ML specialists
- Big data specialists
- Digital marketing and strategy specialists
- Process automation specialists
- Business development professionals
- Digital transformation specialists
- Information security analysts
- Software and applications developers
- IOT specialists