The tech jobs of the future #Infographic #Jobs #Technology

Did you know tech industries in the UK are growing 32% faster than the rest of the economy? There are several factors that are driving this tech revolution, like mobile internet, cloud technology, Big Data, new energy suppliers and technologies, robotics, autonomous transport, artificial intelligence, Internet of Things, advanced manufacturing, 3D printing, biotechnology, sharing economy and crowdsourcing.

That means there will be lots of new jobs, and we will see new job titles like: data scientist, artificial intelligence developer, internet of things architect, blockchain engineer, cybersecurity engineer and virtual reality engineer. All those new jobs require very advanced skillsets, that include a deep knowledge of statistical programming languages, database querying languages, multivariable calculus, linear algebra, languages like C++, STL, Perl, Perlforce, mobile application development, digital image processing, encryption and tokenization, ethical hacking, networking fundamentals, protocols and packet analysis. Check out this infographic to find out more about the tech revolution!

An infographic by Ignite.Digital.

Learn Data Science in 8 (Easy) Steps #Infographic #DataScience

With the global popularity of data science that is increasing, the recent trend in the data industry has gone from attention to the role of the data scientist to an increased focus on the data science team, together with the how and the what of data science. However, there is not a generally accepted definition of ‘data science’ and finding its unicorns is impossible for companies.

This doesn’t mean that data science will die out, quite the opposite. For now, even for those who want to join a data analysis team, learning data mining is the key. But don’t forget that companies will still be on the lookout for the unicorn data scientist.

That is why this infographic provides an easy-to-follow, 8-step guide to those who want to learn data science and to those who are already more experienced but are still looking for other resources to learn even more about this topic.

An infographic by DataCamp.