Five Tech Jobs that is on Demand 2022

The reality that tech is now part and parcel of our lives is often forgotten until we have to stay awhile without our phones or have to suffer through poor internet.

The global tech market has only grown faster following the emergence of the pandemic; with organizations having to send staff to work from home. People in isolation turn to the online community to ward off solitude.

It would only make sense, then, that some of the most in-demand jobs in the coming year will be tech jobs. Below we look at some tech jobs that you can consider come 2022.

Mobile App Developer

A mobile app developer is a person who designs your mobile apps. They will often be tasked with ensuring the app is user-friendly and does what it should.

To be a mobile app developer, You need extensive knowledge of programming languages such as Java or Swift, depending on the platform you want to develop on.

Data Scientist

A Data scientist is a person in charge of using machine learning to analyze and predict patterns of data.

They are among the best paid in the tech world, and will often need to have extensive knowledge of statistical programming languages such as R, Python and also have a knowledge of data mining techniques.

IT Security Specialist

Security is becoming more and more a fundamental part of the online world. Many people are now wary of logging in to websites without assurance that their data is safe.

IT security specialists are in charge of establishing safeguards that stop the modification, disclosure or destruction of data.

Security specialists will often work for companies. They are tasks to track and mitigate risks to the company data that could result in the company losing money in a data breach.

Cloud engineer

Cloud storage is fast becoming a necessity for companies and will continue to be a necessity going forward. No doubt then, cloud engineers will be among the most sought-after tech specialists from 2022 onwards.

Cloud engineers are tasked with building and maintaining the company’s cloud infrastructure. They will often need to have certification on Azure, AWS, and GCP and also be familiar with CI/CD systems.

User Experience (UX) Designer

For a product to be easy to navigate through and use, you need a UX designer. The UX Designer is responsible for making your product – app, website, etc, appealing. They will make cool icons and buttons, color scheming, spacing, imagery, and anything to do with how the product is presented.

UX designers need to be familiar with Adobe Photoshop.

There are plenty of opportunities in tech so if you get a chance to pursue one in the field, go for it!

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