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ARM Doddington, Cambridgeshire
Jan 31, 2023
Full time
Arm is building a team to develop outstanding silicon demonstrators based on Arm's IP compute sub-system solutions and addressing markets such as premium mobile, infrastructure and automotive. Using the latest nodes, e.g. 3nm today, and applying the latest SoC 2.5D and 3D packaging developments, Arm's initial ambition is to demonstrate industry best-in-class performance by architecting, designing, implementing, and fabricating innovative silicon test chips. This is an exciting and unique initiative, where we are bringing in talent and expertise from across the semiconductor industry to shape and drive how the next generation of leading compute on Arm devices are built across the industry opening up significant potential for the future. We need individuals who are passionate and enthusiastic to influence future smartphone and tablet solutions, extracting the maximum performance and power efficiency from the latest process and packaging technologies. You will be a technology leader where your ideas will make a difference and enable you to make your mark solving complex technical problems in next generation form factor devices! This position is an excellent opportunity for a highly motivated system architect to be a catalyst on the early analysis and exploration of promising future technologies in the Central engineering Technology Group, and effectively influence the future of Arm based products and architectures. Responsibilities: Your job responsibilities will be diverse and may include architecture, technology research, hands-on prototyping, and experimental investigations. In addition, you will interact with product engineering teams, and engage in partner and customer engagements where appropriate Responsibilities include but are not limited to: Design and develop system performance architectures for products and test chips in new and existing markets Design experiments and conduct/drive analysis to extract the highest performance potential from future pre-silicon system designs covering system caches, coherency, quality of service and other architectural topics Develop hardware and/or software specifications/prototypes that enable performance analysis on software and hardware platforms Work closely with engineering teams conducting high-level performance analysis of hardware features, applications, benchmarks, and games. Understand and analyse system-level architectural trade-offs (including hardware, memory systems, and system software). Collaborate with system and software architects to influence design decisions. Collaborate with engineering IP teams to see your design incorporated and delivered into products. Communicate results and technical concepts with appropriate collateral, clearly and credibly. Delivery of results including being persistent, pragmatic, globally aware, ethically strong, are relevant measurements of success in this role. You will contribute in a performant engineering-focused environment in a field that is at the forefront of new technology in the industry. Required Skills and Experience: Bachelor of Science degree in EE/ECE/CE/CS or related field required Broad experience in SoC design, and the challenges involved in integrating IP and analysing system-level performance and behaviour. Ability to quantify and make trade-offs between power, performance, and area appropriately to meet the requirements of the product. Sound knowledge of how hardware and software work together in a system. Basic understanding of system/embedded software is a must, and experience with performance analysis tools is a bonus. Track record in smartphone/tablet SoC Architecture or related work experience in design or system analysis. Experience should include System IPs. Ability to translate highly technical concepts into practical plans. Experience working with international teams across multiple subject areas, with ability to influence and drive progress in an ambiguous environment. It is important to be: Committed and highly driven to achieve objectives Reliable and open-minded with a pragmatic approach to problem solving Flexible, tenacious persistent, pragmatic, and delivery focused Able to understand commercial realities and implications for projects and the company. "Nice To Have": Relevant Masters of PhD desirable In Return: This represents an opportunity to be creative and make a difference. There are also opportunities to actively participate in global conferences and exhibitions within and external to Arm. The right candidate will also get the opportunity to lead, coach, mentor and/or manage other specialists if up for the challenge as and when opportunities arise. We also offer a competitive reward package including annual bonus, RSUs, healthcare and wellness support.
ARM Felsted, Essex
Jan 31, 2023
Full time
Arm's headquarters are in the historic city of Cambridge, home to one of the world's oldest and most admired Universities. The city is a key driver of global innovation, brand-new technologies and regularly features as one of the most desirable places to live in the UK. As Arm's largest engineering centre, the Cambridge site is working on development across all areas of our product portfolio. We are surrounded by world-leading technical authorities and you will relish working with some of the very best engineers in the industry! If the challenge of working on our innovative technology excites you, and you can meet the requirements below, we look forward to receiving your application. About The Team The Open Source Software (OSS) team is responsible for developing and improving the software eco-system around Arm's next generation of applications processors. This frequently means working with processors and other hardware technology not yet available to the public. We work on a range of development platforms, software-models, FPGAs and early silicon, sometimes many months before the processors are used in real products. You will join a team of Software Engineers who all share a passion for wanting to stamp their mark on the future of computing, wherever it may lead. You will help Arm maintain its leadership in the embedded market, as well as playing a meaningful role in making Arm a successful server platform. If you are similarly passionate about groundbreaking technologies, then we want to hear from you! Job Overview: In this role, you will be a member of the Kernel & Firmware team who specialise in power management software in OSS group within Arm. The team is globally distributed and works together in hybrid style - online communication combined with in-person collaboration. This role is based in the Cambridge office and focuses on the upstream Linux Kernel. You will work on our leading Energy Aware Scheduling and associated technologies. Your contribution will help to reduce the time to market for our partners across Arm's entire processor portfolio by improving the upstream software support. Responsibilities: - Crafting and analysing innovative scheduling features, - Performance and Power measurement on real hardware platforms, - Development and testing on platforms from software models, through FPGA systems, all the way to development boards and shipping products, - Upstreaming and maintenance of existing features, - Influencing and building consensus among the upstream community to ensure that Linux Scheduler and Power Management are excellent on Arm platforms. Required Skills and Experience: - Established experience or a Bachelor's (or above) degree in a STEM subject. - You are passionate about Open Source Software development and are a visible contributor to the Linux Kernel, - We require commanding knowledge of developing and debugging operating systems, - You understand the low level details of computer systems and hardware, - You have excellent C skills; some assembly skills are desirable, - Strong analytical skills are one of your key attributes, - Your strong interpersonal skills are vital for success; we are looking for excellent written and spoken English; capable of writing documentation, mentoring junior engineers, - We expect a professional, enthusiastic and flexible approach to work with a flair for creative lateral thinking and problem solving with a dedication to extend the breadth and depth of your knowledge "Nice to Have" Skills and Experience: - We are seeking an understanding of Arm architecture and tools, - Experience of power management tradeoffs and techniques, - We need knowledge of software design techniques and maintaining compatibility; we value previous experience in large, multi-site software development projects, - Experience of software optimisation, instrumentation, Multi-core, - Strong familiarity with testing methodology and automated testing systems alongside hands-on experience in developing with embedded platforms and/or real-time operating systems, - We seek experience with scripting languages, e.g. Bash, Python, Perl, etc.
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The metaverse has the potential to transform how people interact with everything from content consumption to their 9-to-5 jobs. With five billion users, Metaverse's immersive digital worlds in which people can interact as avatars could be worth up to $13 trillion by 2030. In other words, the future is rapidly approaching, and tech companies such as Meta Platforms (formerly Facebook), Microsoft, Apple, Amazon, and Alphabet will require talent from a variety of fields to enable the metaverse. A few of the most credible sources identified six fields that will be required in the creation of the metaverse, ranging from augmented reality and virtual reality artists to non-tech jobs such as architects, whose expertise will be valued in creating life-like digital worlds. Metaverse users may be able to touch, taste, and smell virtual worlds in addition to seeing and hearing them. The metaverse even extends to the entire internet, as advances in meta technology change how people interact with digital tools. This evolution is known as Web 3.0 — the internet is currently in its second phase, but Merry believes the shift is imminent. Meanwhile, various engineers and developers will be in high demand. Here are six occupations that will enable the metaverse to exist. What is the Metaverse? Before we get into what kinds of jobs you can get in the Metaverse, it's important to understand what the Metaverse is. The Metaverse is thought to be the next major evolution of the internet. Some people call it Web3, while others think it's different. In any case, 'The Metaverse' will be the most immersive internet experience ever. According to tech blogs, Metaverse will be a $13 trillion market with over 5 billion users by 2030. Instead of web pages, applications, and other such things, there will be "spaces." With the help of VR and AR technologies, you can be virtually present inside these spaces and feel like you're there. Another advantage of these spaces is that you will be able to own them as NFTs. These NFTs can represent virtual lands, houses, clothes, items, and almost anything else in the Metaverse. You could own your own home, live in it, sell it for a profit, and do a variety of other things. It's almost like an internet recreation of real life. There are a variety of jobs available in the Metaverse, so let's take a look at some of them: VR Software Engineers Metaverse is all about developing virtual reality software that allows users to immerse themselves in a 3D virtual reality world. As the Metaverse evolves, companies will require more software engineers in AR/VR fields. As a software engineer, this field will boom and create a lot of jobs, thanks to big tech companies like Meta, Microsoft, and Apple that consider themselves to be pushing forward for the future of software engineers. It will also result in the creation of jobs for Extended reality (XR) and Mixed reality. Hardware Engineers The metaverse will be built on more than just code, games, and apps; operating in a three-dimensional environment that is always available will necessitate the development of new cameras, headsets, sensors, and wearables. Such technologies exist today, but much work remains to be done to make them wireless, comfortable, lightweight, and capable of communicating touch, emotions, or the environment. A hardware systems engineer, for example, works at Facebook Reality Labs to architect, drive strategy for, build, and test prototypes for future consumer AR / VR / Wearables reality experiences. 3D Game Designers While programmers and developers will always be needed to turn a game designer's vision into a playable game, Unity recently noted that game development is already trending toward far more artists relative to the number of technologists. Furthermore, experts predict that the ratio will rise as the metaverse expands. Game designers in the metaverse, as the creative force behind the development of a video game, will be responsible for designing, prototyping, and building an all-immersive, 3D gaming experience that engages players like never before. In fact, the metaverse will allow game designers to broaden their skills and appeal to new users, thereby legitimising gaming as a career path. Product Managers Companies will need even more product managers to own the end-user experience, test and work out bugs in new products, evangelise new initiatives, and drive product development with multiple teams of engineers, designers, and product specialists, given the growth in metaverse users and anticipated demand for products and content. The stampede has already begun. Almost 2,400 of the approximately 3,200 jobs posted on Meta's career page are for various types of product managers. In addition, Snap, Google, Oculus, and other companies are also looking for metaverse product managers. A product manager is a prominent position with significant influence over a company's top and bottom lines. UI/UX Designers The Metaverse is all about creativity and play. Companies will strongly emphasise improving the user experience and making it more immersive and appealing to the user, so UI/UX designers will play an important role in shaping the Metaverse. Furthermore, because UI/UX designers will help provide great graphic designs and details for the product in the Metaverse, companies will hire many UI/UX designers in the coming years due to the metaverse's ongoing trend. Blockchain Engineers Companies like Meta are attempting to instil the concept of cryptocurrency in the Metaverse. As a result, it is high time that they hire a large number of Blockchain Engineers for that purpose. Blockchain engineers will assist in the creation of digital tokens of cryptocurrency for these businesses, making them more appealing to be purchased as a source of a virtual living digital asset. The demand for blockchain engineers is increasing as cryptocurrency identifiers become more popular and people seek to invest in them. Final Thoughts As you can see, jobs and career paths are beginning to emerge within the metaverse economy. Many new positions will be professionals with expertise in computer science and engineering. However, those who embrace the metaverse early on and broaden their skill sets may emerge as the true winners. The metaverse is on its way – are you ready to dive in? At the end of the day, the Metaverse will become a reality sooner or later, and while we don't yet know what kinds of new jobs the Metaverse will create, it will be exciting to see it come to fruition.
Certifications increase the credibility of your resume and make you more marketable to recruiters and hiring managers. And, at the entry-level, they're a great way to differentiate yourself from the competition — and even increase your pay. By then, you'll know what specialities to pursue and what skills you'll require for your desired career path. As your career progresses, you should consider more advanced certifications to further your professional development. However, at the entry-level, it is preferable to stick with more generalised certifications that will assist you in getting your foot in the door. Here are ten IT certifications to help you launch your career, whether you just graduated or want to change careers. CompTIA A+ Employers frequently consider this popular certification a prerequisite when interviewing candidates for support-related positions at a service centre or help desk. CompTIA A+ validates a person's ability to troubleshoot and solve issues with networking, operating systems, mobile devices, and security—all of which are required for today's IT support jobs. CompTIA A+ can be used to apply for entry-level positions such as field service technician, help desk support technician, desktop support analyst, or system support specialist. While there are no prerequisites for this certification, it is recommended that candidates have at least nine months of IT work experience before taking the exam. Those with no IT work experience and are unsure whether IT is the right career path for them may want to start with the CompTIA IT Fundamentals+ (ITF+) certification before moving on to the CompTIA A+ certification. AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner The Amazon Web Services Certified Cloud Practitioner exam is an entry-level cloud certification that covers the fundamentals of IT services and how they are used in the AWS cloud platform. The exam covers coding, cloud architecture design, cloud security, troubleshooting, implementation, migration, load and performance testing, and business applications. While this is an entry-level certification, it is recommended that you have six months of AWS cloud experience and knowledge of core AWS services, use cases, billing, pricing models, security concepts, and how the cloud affects business. Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) Cisco previously offered several individual certifications as part of the Certified Network Associate (CCNA) certification scheme, but it has recently consolidated all CCNA certifications into a single CCNA certification. The new CCNA certification validates your network fundamentals, network access, IP connectivity, IP services, security fundamentals, and automation and programmability skills and knowledge. The CCNA is intended to cover a broad range of fundamentals based on the latest technologies, software development skills, and job roles. It is an entry-level certification that will bring you up to speed on the most recent IT fundamentals in order to launch your career. It is best suited to those seeking entry-level network engineer, help desk technician, network administrator, or network support technician positions. Find CCNA Jobs on IT JOB BOARD to see real time job vacancies and employers hiring currently. Cisco Certified Technician (CCT) Cisco's CCT certification emphasises the ability to diagnose, repair, restore, and replace Cisco system and networking devices. It is available in various technology tracks, including Cisco data centre, collaboration, routing and switching, and cloud computing. The routing and switching certification has no prerequisites. However, you must have data centre certification before taking the exams for the other two credentials. The exam consists of 60 to 70 questions that must be answered in 90 minutes. The examination costs $125. Every three years, your certificate must be renewed. Additional exams or up to 120 continuing education credits may be required depending on your credential level. Find Cisco Jobs on IT JOB BOARD to see real time job requirements and employers hiring. Microsoft Technology Associate (MTA) With Microsoft's pervasive presence across the IT landscape, it's no surprise that the Redmond behemoth makes this list. The Microsoft Technology Associate (MTA) certification scheme offers exams in three key areas and covers a wide range of topics for those looking to start a career in IT. The first is IT infrastructure, which is intended for people who want to learn about desktop infrastructure, server infrastructure, and private cloud computing. The second category focuses on databases and has been designed for those interested in working in data platform administration or business intelligence. Third, the Developer exams cover a wide range of topics relevant to beginning software developers, such as web development, Microsoft.NET, gaming, JavaScript, HTML and HTML5, Python, software testing, and so on. Apple Certified Support Professional (ACSP) The Apple Certified Support Professional (ACSP) certification validates your skills as a help desk representative, technical coordinator, or technical support representative for Mac users. The certification validates your knowledge of macOS core functionality and ability to "configure key services, perform basic troubleshooting, and support multiple Mac users." If you're looking for entry-level IT support jobs, this is a good certification because it shows employers that you know how to manage Apple hardware and software. CompTIA IT Fundamentals (ITF+) If you're changing careers or starting in IT, the CompTIA IT Fundamentals+ certification is ideal. It is intended to test your fundamental understanding of IT fundamentals. While the ITF+ is not required for other CompTIA certifications, it is a good place to start. The exam lasts 60 minutes and consists of 70 multiple-choice questions about software development, database fundamentals, security, software, applications, IT terminology and concepts, infrastructure, and networks. It costs $126 and does not need to be renewed. Microsoft 365 Fundamentals The Microsoft 365 Fundamentals certification covers the fundamentals of the Microsoft 365 product and service suite. It validates your understanding of the considerations and benefits of adopting cloud services in general and the Software as a Service (SaaS) cloud model. CompTIA Security+ Security is an essential IT skill for any technology role, so earning your CompTIA Security+ certification at the entry-level is a good idea. It is appropriate for network, systems, security administrators, security specialists, junior IT auditors, security consultants, and security engineers. A new exam will be introduced in November 2020 that complies with ISO 17024 standards and has been approved by the US Department of Defense to meet specific security requirements. Threats, attacks, and vulnerabilities; risk management; architecture and design; technology and tools; cryptography and PKI; and identity and access management are all covered in the 90-minute exam. Earning your Security+ certification demonstrates to employers that you can install and configure systems to keep applications, networks, and devices secure, following compliance laws. Linux Essentials Professional Development Certification (PDC) The Linux Essentials Professional Development Certification (PDC) is intended to demonstrate your knowledge of Linux, a widely used open-source operating system in various industries. It is best suited for those aspiring to be IT developers, administrators, or engineers. The exam covers Linux hardware, software, processes, and programmes, as well as system security, file permissions, and public and private directories. It also covers open-source applications, command-line operations, creating and restoring compressed backups and archives, and writing and running simple scripts.
Because of the expanding scope of computer science, you have numerous options in a wide range of highly specialised areas. From leadership to programming, if you study computer science, you will have gained many technical and non-technical skills that employers highly value. Because computer technologies are pervasive in modern life, your computer science skills will likely be in high demand across various industries. As always, having completed relevant work experience is extremely beneficial. You should also consider creating a portfolio of your independent projects outside your degree, such as programming, online moderating, or even building an app. This will demonstrate to employers your interest in the subject and your problem-solving abilities, creativity, and innovation. Computer science positions are plentiful, and computer science degree holders can find various interesting jobs. Continue reading to learn about jobs ideal for someone with a computer science degree. The following are examples of jobs where a degree in computer science is a significant asset: Database Administrator A database administrator, or DBA, manages a company's systems to store its most critical data. A DBA's primary responsibility is to structure a company's information so it can be accessed efficiently while ensuring data security. For example, a finance firm's DBA might set up and maintain a database server to manage customer transactions. A CS degree provides you with a solid mental model of how a database works, which is a great place to start when troubleshooting problems. DBAs work in a wide range of industries, including technology, healthcare, finance, retail, and education, so you're bound to find a job at a company you're passionate about. These positions do not require additional education beyond a bachelor's degree, and many will train you in the specialised knowledge you require. IT Technician An IT technician assists people who need assistance using or configuring computers and other technology products such as printers, scanners, and routers. IT technicians can install computer equipment in residential and commercial buildings, perform basic repairs on computer hardware, and guide clients through backups and fixes over the phone or instant messaging. Some IT technicians work for IT firms that serve individual clients on an appointment basis. Still, IT technicians can also find internal positions at companies with in-house IT departments. Systems Analyst A systems analyst evaluates an organisation's computer systems to ensure they operate efficiently and safely. Systems analysts can test an organisation's existing computer systems to determine their efficiency, meet with executives and managers to discuss their computer-related goals, and create specifications for new systems that can be implemented in an organisation. Systems analysts can also collaborate with other IT professionals to create code and programmes for new computer systems. Web Developer Web developers create and maintain websites. As in software engineering, there is front-end work on the virtual interface of a web page to be done, as well as back-end work such as ensuring the site can handle the amount of traffic it receives. Programming is a big part of the job, as it is in all developer roles, but soft skills like strong communication are also important because much of the work is with outside clients who may not have a technical background. Although web developer positions do not require a graduate degree, prior experience, even on your projects, can be a big help in landing a job. Information Security Analyst An information security analyst manages an organisation's cybersecurity efforts to ensure the security of its data and communications. Information security analysts can observe an organisation's use of computer networks and systems to identify potential security breaches, install new software in computer systems to increase protection, and perform tests to evaluate a system's existing security measures. An information security analyst can also create new cybersecurity standards and implement them within the organisations they assist. Data Scientist The project combines computer science, statistics, and mathematics. Data scientists take massive amounts of data and help translate it into something useful, such as insight into how users perceive a specific product, by developing systems that allow data to be collected, stored, analysed, and used. They use data to inform business decisions at a high level. Many data analyst jobs now require some knowledge of coding, algorithms, and machine learning. The majority of data scientists have advanced degrees. A master's degree may be required, especially if you're looking for roles requiring machine learning knowledge. When the field of data science was younger, some companies would hire people right out of undergrad, but this is becoming increasingly rare. Programmer Technical Writer Technical writers are needed in many industries to create descriptions or instructions to help people understand how to use a product or service. Your strong technical knowledge from your computer science degree will be extremely useful in this role, especially your knowledge of software packages, as you may be writing manuals for high-tech products.  Technical writers work in various industries, from finance to nuclear energy. Relevant experience, strong writing skills and the ability to convey instructions clearly in the relevant language/s are advantageous.   Game Developer Game developers create games for computers, consoles, social/online games, arcade games, tablets, mobile phones, and other handheld devices. This role is divided into two parts. The creative side of designing a game and dealing with art, animation, and storyboarding comes first. Second is the programming aspect, which employs programming languages such as C++. It would be advantageous to have studied related aspects during your degree to increase your chances of entry into games development careers. You must also create a portfolio (for artistic roles) or a working demo (for programming roles) with examples of your work to show potential employers.   Software Engineer To put it bluntly, software engineers and developers write code. However, this does not cover all the day-to-day tasks that may be assigned to the role. To help manage some of the job's complexity, software engineering is typically divided into several different types of roles. Front-end developers work on the aspects of a programme that interact with users, whereas back-end developers work on non-visual aspects of a programme, such as data storage. Full-stack developers work on a variety of projects.  If it was a programming that drew you to study computer science in the first place, software engineering could be the job for you. There's no need for a graduate degree, though employers would understand if you wanted to pursue one. Simply prepare for a programming exam and begin applying.   What Else? Suppose none of the above computer science careers appeals to you. In that case, you can also work in other areas of development (such as web, games, systems, products, programmes, and software) as an analyst (whether business continuity, systems, or technical), as an administrator (of databases or networks), or in academic or industrial research, contributing to the ongoing development of computers and related technologies. You could also work in computer science as a teacher, IT trainer, journalist, manager, or entrepreneur.
Now, we're into end of third quarter 2022 and are ready for what comes next. And one thing is sure - the digital transformation was massive over the previous year. All businesses have embraced it and changed their ways. Moreover, this transformation we mentioned and witnessed will continue to dominate the world and job markets everywhere. As a result, it is safe to predict that all of the career options that enable it will become even more popular. So, prepare to take a deep dive into the world of high-demand tech jobs and understand their significance. Top Emerging IT and Tech Jobs from this Year: Companies are doing everything they can to attract top tech talent as they scramble to adapt to a tight IT job market. For some, this means getting a head start on filling this year's most sought-after positions. Many surveys also reveal the average salaries for each IT role. According to the sources, recruiting in the tech industry is on the rise — with companies reporting they are hiring beyond pre-pandemic levels. Of those surveyed, 52% said they planned to add new positions in the coming year, and 80% said turnover has increased in their company over the past year. In addition, companies offer signing bonuses and cash incentives, upgrading hardware and software, perks such as unlimited paid time off, and offering remote or hybrid work arrangements to entice new talent and retain current talent. This will impact a company’s starting salary, including competition, location, corporate culture, and budgets. However, there are certain things you can look for to make sure you land the talent you want. Here are ten jobs that are expected to be in high demand in 2022, as well as the skills and experience you should look for and the average salary you should expect to pay to stay competitive. Software Engineer Software engineers are in charge of developing and maintaining software applications. As a result, they are critical to process innovation for businesses. Software Engineers will collaborate with Software Developers and Business Analysts to determine the best software solution for the organisation. The Software Engineer must be capable of recommending the best programming language and framework to use. They must also understand data structures, data algorithms, and software architecture. Find the best Software Engineer Jobs in your area. Average Salary: £65,000.   Data Scientist The data scientist is a relatively new role in the world of technology. Data scientists capture, maintain, process, analyse, and share data within an organisation. As a result, this type of job is in high demand across various industries. Most data scientists were expected to collect, organise, and present data. Today's data scientists do all that and use machine learning to analyse multiple business decisions for companies, making it a precious and in-demand position across all industries. Average Salary: £52,000.   Cloud Architect Cloud computing has accelerated since most businesses adopted hybrid working, as has the demand for Cloud Architects. They are responsible for creating a company's cloud adoption and application strategy. To become a Cloud Engineer, you must be familiar with at least one operating system, such as Linux, Windows, or Solaris. You should also be comfortable with networking and programming languages. Average Salary: £92,000.   Machine Learning Engineer A machine learning engineer is a mid-to senior-level data scientist who is responsible for the artificial intelligence and machine learning aspects. This position necessitates a solid understanding of machine learning and the ability to work with various data structures and environments. On average, machine learning engineers earn slightly more than £110,000 annually, though some positions pay more than £300,000. Average Salary: £110,000   Project Manager According to the Project Management Institute, there will be 22 million new project management job openings by 2027. This role varies greatly depending on the industry. They will be in charge of planning, executing, and delegating tasks related to the company's IT goals. Employers prefer candidates with 3-5 years of experience and a formal qualification in computing or project management. Average Salary: £58,000. Java Developer Java software developers are in charge of software systems' design, development, installation, testing, and maintenance. Working with Java as the primary programming language, the job entails coding, designing, and building applications, websites, or mobile apps. Developers must be able to comprehend client requirements and make recommendations for improving web, software, and mobile applications to ensure they meet user expectations. Average Salary: £56,000. Business Analyst As a company grows, it will look to hire a Business Analyst to help highlight any issues in its processes or strategy; they will then be responsible for providing a solution to aid in the development of the company. Because Business Analyst works with multiple departments, they must be familiar with data visualisation, mining, and programming languages. They must also have strong communication and critical thinking skills. Average Salary: £60,000.   Full-Stack Developer A Full-Stack Developer must be familiar with both back-end (server-side) and front-end (client-side) development. They do not have to be experts in everything, but they must have a broad understanding of the software's functions at each layer. HTML, JavaScript, UX, and back-end languages such as PHP, Python, and Java are all required for this position. Average Salary: £62,000.   Information Security Analyst As organisations become more concerned with enterprise privacy and security, information security analysts are in high demand. These IT professionals are in charge of designing and implementing IT security systems and solutions to protect the company's networks. You should hire someone who can effectively monitor complex computer networks for security flaws and predict future security risks. Candidates should have a bachelor's degree in computer science and, in some cases, an MBA in information systems. The role requires strong technical and analytical skills to understand IT requirements and objectives and design, analyse, and implement IT security systems. Average Salary: £49,000   Data Engineer Data-related jobs, including data engineering, are always in high demand. This is because you will be in charge of tasks that a machine learning engineer does not handle. This entails ensuring that data is collected, organised, and sent to the appropriate locations. When comparing the various data-focused jobs, keep in mind that a data engineer and a machine learning engineer are more specialised. In contrast, a data scientist is essentially a hybrid of the two. Average Salary: £67,000   Get Ready for an Exciting Year in Tech There are no huge surprises regarding the most demanding IT and tech jobs for 2022. Yes, the trends are constantly shifting due to the nature of the industry. However, some roles will remain equally important and popular for some time. So, take notes, remember what is essential to advance, and learn best practices throughout the year. And whether you're a job seeker looking for a new challenge or an employer looking for the best tech talent, begin your search here with us.
It appears that 2022 will proceed similarly to the previous two years. The rate of digital transformation is accelerating across industries. As a result, you must actively develop new skills as an IT professional and improve your existing ones. Additionally, it is best to put your efforts into high-density, comprehensive, and lucrative IT competencies. If not, you'll waste time and effort attempting to pick up material that is no longer in demand. The only thing that continued when the world reached a standstill was technological growth. So it is no surprise that it's one of the most sought-after professions for the present and the future. Best In-Demand IT Skills for the Big League One of those sectors that aren't going away anytime soon is technology. Therefore, if you're considering any of the aforementioned technical abilities for 2022, you can be sure they'll remain in high demand even in 2023. The most highly prized tech skills in 2022 are listed below. Data Science Data science involves extracting information and knowledge from structured and unstructured data using scientific approaches, procedures, algorithms, and tools. Businesses worldwide are developing an expanding number of data sources to gather a growing amount of data daily. They rely on qualified experts with these strategies and instruments to accomplish this. A data scientist is responsible for the set of collection, cleaning, and presenting data for enterprises so they may make data-driven decisions. Markets & Markets estimates that the demand for data science jobs will increase from $37.9 billion in 2019 to $140.9 billion in 2024. This translates into a CAGR (compound annual growth rate) of 30% over this time. Businesses focus primarily on simple strategies for generating revenue, and there is an increasing demand for extracting insights from large amounts of structured or unstructured data. These are critical drivers of growth in the data science industry. The key goal is to keep a competitive edge in a competitive market. AI & Machine Learning AI & Machine Learning are revolutionizing industries everywhere. It allows us to detect patterns and information people might overlook and automate tasks effectively and efficiently. Putting AI-based ideas into practice primarily focuses on enabling machines or systems to perform autonomously without tedious programming. Since almost every organization today has employees that work remotely, AI and machine learning are becoming more and more crucial. They can also be applied to strengthen endpoint security and safeguard company information and infrastructure. Due to its immense potential, it is one of the most desirable skills among employees and employers. Cloud Computing The term "cloud computing" describes the use of an internet network for storing and accessing databases, servers, analytics, networking, and other computing services. It enables companies to store programs and files on a server instead of a computer's hard drive. Authorized experts have access to this saved data anytime and from any location. Markets & Markets predicts that the global cloud computing industry will increase from US $371.4 billion in 2020 to US $832.1 billion by 2025. This results in a CAGR of 17.5% for this time frame. Furthermore, since the pandemic, skilled cloud experts are in greater demand than ever due to everyone working remotely. DevOps Software development and IT operations are combined through a collection of procedures and technologies called "DevOps," which shortens the time it takes to construct a system. In plain terms, it seeks to speed up and improve the reliability of the software development, testing, and release processes. DevOps specialists are working on developing the software and monitoring code release to ensure everything runs well. It is among the highest-paying remote positions available. Markets and Markets report that at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 24.7 percent, the DevOps market size is anticipated to increase from USD 2.90 billion in 2017 to USD 10.31 billion by 2023. Due to the growing desire for quick, high-quality application delivery, the demand for DevOps solutions and services among organizations is anticipated to grow significantly. Amazon, Netflix, Etsy, Walmart, Facebook, and Adobe are just a few large companies using DevOps. Nonetheless, it is helpful in IT businesses of all sizes. Blockchain Blockchain, also known as DLT (Distributed Ledger Technology), is a decentralized digital ledger that records transactions, replicates them, and disseminates them through a network of computers called a blockchain. Blockchain's decentralized structure aids in processing data in a way that makes data hijacking and modification nearly impossible. The blockchain market size is anticipated to increase between 2020 and 2025 at a CAGR of 67.3 percent. This market will increase in value from $3 billion to $39.7 billion. Blockchain is a technology that is expected to grow significantly over the coming years, according to predictions and growth trends. By acquiring this skill, you'll guarantee that your future job and earning prospects will be more varied. Robotic Process Automation (RPA) RPA refers to using business-controlled technologies to automate workflows and business processes. RPA is, in other words, the process of developing software robots that automate any repetitive or labor-intensive commercial venture. The PR News Wire reports that the RPA market was worth $477 million worldwide in 2018. By 2025, it is anticipated to reach US $1930 million. This results in a CAGR from 2019 to 2025 of 21.3 percent. Robotic process automation (RPA) enables firms in all sectors to automate everyday or repetitive desk work. With many jobs opening up in this area, it is currently one of the technologies with the quickest growth rates. Virtual Reality (VR) and Augmented Reality (AR) The new age technologies that connect the real and virtual worlds are augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR). Users of these technologies can examine information and content visually, just like how you take in the outside world. Numerous sectors, including healthcare, travel, aviation, and the auto industry, are creating augmented reality training apps. AR enhances how digital gadgets can assist us in daily chores like information-seeking and purchasing by adding digital elements to a live view. Conversely, VR lets users feel what it's like to travel anywhere. While AR allows users to interact with a real-world scene, VR produces an immersive virtual world. Markets & Markets estimates that the demand for augmented reality was worth USD 4.21 billion in 2017 and would grow at a CAGR of 40.29 percent from 2018 to 2023 to reach USD 60.55 billion. In addition, the market for virtual reality was valued at USD 5.12 billion in 2017. It is projected for a CAGR of 33.95 percent between 2018 and 2023 to reach USD 34.08 billion. Cybersecurity One more of the most in-demand IT talents is cyber security. Protecting computer systems and networks from cyber-attacks that aim to access, modify, or delete private or sensitive data is known as cybersecurity. The need for cybersecurity experts is expanding as destructive and frequent cyberattacks become more common. Network engineer, information security analyst, systems engineer, and cybersecurity analyst are among the job descriptions focusing on cybersecurity. Already, the cybersecurity industry is experiencing growth, and the demand for the field is off the charts. In addition, because cybersecurity positions are so technically complex, professionals must be able to diversify their skill sets by taking additional security courses. The Final Word These eight most in-demand tech skills are unlikely to become obsolete any time soon, despite numerous new technologies continuing to arrive, develop, and vanish. You will develop and improve your talents, achieve your potential, and establish value in the business world by learning these most in-demand computer skills. So why are you holding out? Enroll in an online course to advance your knowledge and look into career opportunities.
If you've only recently begun working remotely or from home, you're probably in the process of weighing the benefits and drawbacks of this new work environment and what they'll mean for you. We frequently consider the advantages and disadvantages before beginning something new. The following information is taken from Technology professionals who have first-hand knowledge of the pros and cons of working from home.   We can also be sure that the technology industry becoming more remote working will have unexpected effects on the IT sector, and on the nature of work in general. As always, leaders will need to be ready to navigate any challenges and opportunities along the way.   Read on to see what are the main pros and cons of working from home.   Pro: More work flexibility Most telecommuting jobs give you a lot of freedom. Many work-from-home professions, for example, are unaffected by conventional office hours, making it easier to attend daily events such as medical checkups. Work-from-home opportunities can be quite beneficial for parents who work irregular schedules to accommodate their families. Con: Increased social isolation Working from home can get highly isolating if you spend most of your time alone, working autonomously. As a remote worker, plan outings and events with friends and family to avoid loneliness and isolation. To enhance sociability, several remote organizations hold frequent team events. Pro: No more commuting Another factor that will make you believe that working from home is the most incredible method to work is that you will not have to deal with traffic because there will be no commuting. Simply get up, get a cup of coffee and your laptop, and sit on your favorite couch near the window or on the comfortable mattress of your bed with your pet to begin working! Con: Lack of motivation Working from home often requires a great deal of self-discipline. It can be challenging to wake up and get motivated to work with the same energy that you would at an office when you work from home. Lack of motivation is not just a threat to our work; it may also have a negative impact on our emotional well-being, which can contribute to a general lack of inspiration and cause efficiency levels to plummet. Pro: Saves many expenses money Saving money on childcare can be especially beneficial for parents who work from home . This benefit has a wide range of implications. For example, eliminating commuting and office attendance can save a lot of money on transportation and a professional wardrobe. Remote working can also help you save money on work meals and childcare. Con: Lot of distractions The border between family and work blurs at home. There are no clear distinctions between personal and professional time. Pets, children, chores, television, and even neighbourhood activity can easily distract you. Too many distractions might lower your productivity and motivation. Wear noise-cancelling headphones and listen to peaceful music to drown out disturbances like traffic and neighbourhood activities. Pro: Work from anywhere While some employers place restrictions on where you can live as a remote employee and may adjust your salary based on where you live, a significant benefit of remote life is the opportunity to choose your location without having to worry about a daily commute. Even if you work in a hybrid capacity or need to attend the office occasionally for meetings, if you don't need to drive in every day, you have a more extensive choice of suitable sites to dwell in than just near the office. Con: Miscommunication with team Working from home can often lead to miscommunication due to a poor internet connection or because one is unable to articulate themselves as well as when conversing with someone face to face. This can have a negative influence on workflow. Tech giants Microsoft and Google conducted studies on remote working. Microsoft concluded Communication became less meaningful, and workers spent less time talking to, and working with, colleagues working across different parts of the business. Google doesn't seem quite sure of where it stands on the remote-working debate. Google Workspace has been a primary focus for the company throughout the pandemic, going toe-to-toe with Microsoft Office as well as trying to make a dent in the success of Teams and Zoom in the video-meeting arena.   Takeaway: Because of the epidemic, most individuals opt to work from home, and we have witnessed the benefits and drawbacks of working from home. However, it is better suited to some professions than others. You may quickly adapt to the work-from-home lifestyle if you put in some effort and maintain a work-life balance. Keeping the above pros and cons in mind, you may also shape your home office, work hours, and other aspects to avoid problems in the future. Hybrid Work Model – in other words, hybrid workplace may seem like an answer for balance between pros and cons, it’s really a solution for the future of work. It’s about finding ways to structure and balance work, safety, communication, and mental health.
Different people think of career success in different ways, but ultimately the final destination is landing success. Getting a long-dreamt role is what few people take as success while few others love achieving work-life balance for turning to a successful career and the list continues. However, the desire to learn and grow should be the major aspect for everyone to ultimately succeed. It’s not so easy for anyone to achieve a career of their wants, but long standing and effortful prospects promote them to be perfect professionals. Here are tips for moving up in your career, irrespective of the sector or field you choose. Create a Digital Presence Try portraying a strong digital presence as an integral part of success. Surveys reveal most employers screen potential candidates by looking at their social profiles. And don’t get into surprise with the figures, almost 70% of the companies follow this policy. You may be a freelancer in any profession, why not display your work portfolio in detail, on social platforms such as Linkedin? As a fulltime employee, it’s not different and goes the same way of showcasing works related to different projects carried. Stand on Values Determining proper values comes on the front end, especially while performing IT Jobs. You also need to be able to recognize when your current position or company goes against them. You can’t be compromising on values or challenging them. It doesn’t matter while switching jobs or taking the leap of faith to become your own boss, but it’s important to understand your professional values. Always stay committed to sticking with them as your career evolves. Continue Networking You should be keen on developing a network with strong personalities in the market, while increasing knowledge on your domain. Networking may be intimidating for few but remember that it doesn’t have to be scary. You can grow your career successfully step by step, as you get to know people around you who can guide you better. For instance, if you are into Tech Jobs , you need to improve networking skills as a techie although your domain is different. Multiple skills do help hugely. Change Careers if required An average person changes careers three to seven times over the course of their professional lives, in developed nations like the USA. There’s nothing irrational if you make moves. However, it can also help you get from where you are to where you want to go. Careers switch may be across different fields, and it all matters on how passionate you are about the future role which is quite similar to relative. Most people are known to change professions if they are unlikely to work for a role they don't wish to have. Embrace Feedback A career is a constant learning experience, even when you feel like you’ve made it to the top. That’s because there is always room for improvement. Feedback isn’t a scary thing, as it just restricts someone's opinions or views. Our brain’s negativity bias can trick us into thinking feedback is a bad thing while constructive criticism is an inevitable part of anyone’s career. Instead of associating feedback with negativity, think of it as an investment in your growth and eventual professional success.
Computer software engineering is one of the reputed courses preferred across the globe and the next ultimate choice is to be a Software Engineer right from the start of their careers. With very minimal complications between academics and job, a Software Engineer has a great career. The number of Software Jobs has been growing, as the new technologies and programming languages are going up. So, let’s see how good it is to pursue a career as a Software Engineer. Software engineering career is well-determined You hold some dedicated tasks as you start your career as a Software Engineer. With some great efforts and achievements, you can rise to a much-deserved level within a short span. You have people of different origins joining the team while you can learn a lot from their skills. Collaboration across teams A programmer always sits in a room alone, coding all day. But this is quite a myth when you start working as a Software Engineer and face the reality.  Very few developers work alone, with an obligation for few projects that are critical to handle, including bank projects. In addition Tech Jobs need great communication and ability to work as a good team player. You will often need to work with different people across other teams to resolve issues occurring. So, as an Engineer, you will spend a lot of time collaborating with colleagues from multiple different departments. You find several opportunities A software engineering career is a right choice because the field is so broad. You can explore a variety of roles related to both computer applications and systems. While few may be interested in developing Web Pages   with coding, others may land their career in cyber security. The area or areas of interest as a software engineer may vary, but it’s ultimately the similar roles that many carry while working in this field. Most IT Jobs distinguish the employee’s designations with the experience they hold. For instance, with approximately 8-12 years, an employee may be designated as Senior Software Engineer. Project-based work structure One of the reasons to become a Software Engineer is project-based work structure which varies from company to company and project to project. Generally, most of them keep working on a huge variety of projects including small and large. However, there are so many advantages to this working style. Each new project with Project-based work brings a whole new set of challenges and gives you the opportunity to learn about new technologies, systems, and explore various parts of the business. Software engineers can get hikes faster If you consider all of the occupations and place them in a list of earnings, you’ll find that the median pay of a Software Engineer with lower years of experience is at a handsome pay scale. Besides, there's good scope for Web Developer Jobs too. Work and pay is good for both the designations. Software Engineer Jobs are one of the best paid jobs that can also witness a six-figure range within shorter periods in career. The minimum degree to become a Software Engineer is Bachelor of Science in Software Engineering or Bachelor of Technology in Computer Science.
School years are continuous for most people, while it takes into more pressure when you get into college or graduation with no breaks. Also, in most cases job entry happens soon after passing out with a degree from college or university. However a break can bring fresh enthusiasm before launching yourself into a first job, after graduation. You’ve spent the majority of your life in classrooms up to this point and probably haven’t seen as much of the world as you’d like. You also get moral support for your choice to take a gap year or extended break. Some may fear that if you don’t go straight into the next stage of education or work, you’ll lose the mind-set of a hard worker. The false misconceptions may however drag you into a world that can’t be enjoyed after getting into a job. You will have to fundraise and work before you travel in order to save some money. You’ll need to be self-motivated, organized and capable of sorting out problems. In this article, here are the top three reasons to take a gap year before a great career move. 1. You can learn different cultures Explore different communities, people, diversities, and regional factors to get the chance and change your outlook on the world. Give a try by visiting another country that you have never been to and immerse yourself in the lifestyle. You can learn the way how people behave, the culture, the hopes, and concerns for the future. You can now be a better estimator of life, when tackling issues in the future, or how to mingle with society when it comes to your part in it. This kind of knowledge can help inform what you decide to do with your life. You may be moved to make a difference in some way by working for a charitable organisation, or perhaps a social enterprise, or technology company. A good understanding of different cultures can help your deal with customers, clients and colleagues in the workplace. Instead of taking several trips to several different places, you may decide to spend an extended period of time in one country, trying to learn their language. 2. Think broad Just think of a precious gap year that should be of total fun. Of course, you not only want to be thinking about future studies and careers. Most people love to travel during their gap year and everyone will be constrained to some factors. Few among the constraints are- about how much you want to spend, how long and where to go. The best part about volunteering or gaining work experience is that you can do something to fulfil a dream, especially with a career in IT Jobs . Your choice of future career will help learn skills and develop knowledge that will benefit when you return home. Yes, you have the freedom of knowing anything entirely related to your choice and your contribution will be valued because of that. 3. You are the final decision-maker Most people, who get into careers soon after grabbing a degree, later regret the decision of stepping into a particular career. This may happen in a short while or after entering the 40+, but the whole lot hard work goes in vain, if that’s the case. It’s hard for many to make a decision while at school or college. Just because they are focusing so much on doing well in everything, they have very less time to think about the future. Tech Jobs can be much complicated while performing, without any interest. So, it’s always keen to have a specific program in a specific college decided on and applied for before you get your exam results. A gap break provides a chance to let thoughts and learning settle so a plan for the future can evolve.
Work that you love doing allows promoting career management better, while you expect to gain maximum success and happiness. The most productive 40 hours a week for the whole adult life and managing your career effectively can develop your talents and skills. The IT Job Board will help explore your world and enable more of your unique contributions to make your career successful. Most employees don’t think about their current job and the next promotion that they are fit to receive. However, it’s always important to broaden short-term thinking. The promotions of employees while on the organization charts, there’s very little scope for job searchers outside. This is the right time to grow skills and experience for people obtaining value to their career. Below are the few important tips to try in improving IT career: Broaden and deepen your experience and let not your career get stuck in a single nutshell. Adding additional responsibilities voluntarily, after the acceptance of higher officials can help you learn more. Develop skills by learning from other employees in your company and try understanding about different IT Jobs. This adds value while learning different skills and improves your areas of expertise. Additional classes and training sessions outside the office premises can increase your knowledge. IT careers keep advancing with new technologies evolving such as Artificial Intelligence, Robotic Process Automation, Edge Computing, Quantum Computing, Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality, Blockchain, Internet of Things (IoT), 5G, Cyber Security and keeping up with the trend. A mentor from a different department can be the best guide for your career path. Learning from someone is a great way to gain knowledge and allow you to open to other possible opportunities. Share terminology, concepts, and team-building with coworkers. Also, hold book clubs at work to develop knowledge. Career Growth and Development in IT Here are five additional career management strategies that help you improve in IT industry: Develop a timeline Set milestones in your career while bringing your boss and their sponsorship. This along with mentoring from a superior will ensure that you have an internal mentor who can stand by your career. Create a plan to achieve goals Gain career development and management for momentum, with the timeframes you have. Most successful and satisfied people in Tech Jobs are the ones who have proactively determined what they want from work. Utilize company programs There are lots of internal programs from some IT companies that help motivate career development. Why not give it a try and learn new skills for free. These programs generally focus on helping employees develop and follow a career path, and you need to be a part of it. Make the right choices You cannot go for something that’s completely different and out of your field. Career paths are recommended for the same reason that goals are recommended. So, have a proper plan in opting for shifting careers that are much closer to your expertise, so that you get used to it faster. Own your career path Discussions of career options are open in some companies with your boss at the bi-annual meetings. Some companies demonstrate a deep commitment to their employees by assisting where it is possible with resources along the time.