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5 Most In-Demand Tech Jobs

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Jobs are changing to the point where it has been predicted that 85% of the jobs that college graduates will have in 2030 have not yet been created. 

This implies that skills will also need to change. As machines become capable of taking on more work, AI and automation will be a major driving force in this.  

Where does that leave us, humans? It’s unlikely that we’ll be completely redundant just yet, so don’t worry. Instead, we’ll concentrate on jobs that require strategy, creativity, or emotional intelligence—tasks that machines simply can’t do as well as we can (yet).  

Some people are successful in business and industry in 2023 and beyond and will learn to complement their abilities with cutting-edge hardware and software while putting the “human touch”. So, here is my list of the top five skill sets that anyone can use to prepare for the future. 

Data Storyteller/Communicator 

As we approach 2023, data communicators and storytellers will be more in demand and valuable to businesses. According to research conducted by Forrester on behalf of Tableau, by 2025, 70% of jobs will involve working directly with data. Every organization will therefore require personnel who are qualified to interpret, translate, and communicate it.  

This skill set focuses on the capacity to effectively communicate insights, which entails getting them in front of the appropriate audience at the appropriate time. However, they must also be captivating, and this is where the storytelling element comes into play. Skilled data storytellers can identify and communicate the narrative that surrounds the data. In concrete terms, this might entail describing the source of the insights, their significance to the company, and the best way to put them to use.  


Every business needs cybersecurity because of the explosion in home and remote working that began during the COVID-19 pandemic and is expected to last through 2023. Every employee will be expected to take responsibility for building resilience in their area of operations and for the security of the data that has been entrusted to them; this responsibility will no longer be restricted to IT departments. That doesn’t, however, mean that the specialized cyber security agent will go away; in fact, it’s predicted that up to 10 million professionals will be employed in the sector by 2023. 

UX Design  

UX Design Due to the degree to which digital transformation is effectively transforming every company into a tech company and every job into a tech job, skills in the fields of user experience (UX) design and the closely related field of user interface (UI) design will become increasingly valuable.  

This democratization of technology just means that everyone, regardless of their position, is expected to use it to some degree. Therefore, technology must be accessible to everyone, including those lacking the knowledge typically required to work with technology, such as software and programming skills.  

Online Marketing  

Because we operate in an attention economy, getting people’s attention is the top priority for brands and companies. The most important thing we have to offer is our attention. Digital marketing is the process of using the combined force of numerous technological tools to attract customer’s attention and keep your goods and services in their minds. Digital marketing requires a broad range of digital skills, from technical to creative, including paid social media advertising, influencer-led campaigns, search engine optimization (SEO), email marketing funnels, and cutting-edge platforms like metaverse and augmented reality (AR).   

Good marketers can focus on one, several, or many specialties, and if they can use their area of expertise to influence the metrics that are important to their company, they won’t be out of a job in 2023. This year, a lot more digital marketers will find themselves supplementing their human creative and strategic abilities with the help of AI-enabled tools that help with audience targeting and segmentation.  

Finally, there is one skill that rules them all 

If you’ve been paying attention, you’ve probably noticed that all of the skills I’ve listed here involve a significant role in artificial intelligence, specifically the capacity to collaborate with AI in a way that is now frequently referred to as “augmented working.” Data communicators can convey their insights more effectively by using AI tools that can recommend the best visualization and storytelling techniques. AI is used by cyber security experts to analyze network traffic and identify potential attacks before they cause harm. Additionally, there are a variety of AI tools available to digital marketers for copywriting and content creation as well as audience behavior prediction.  

The most valuable skill in 2023 and beyond may be your ability to recognize opportunities to use AI to supplement the human skillset of your company or yourself and to use the tools and platforms available to you to do so. 

About the author

Neha Verma

Neha Verma is a content writer who has 5+ years of experience in writing content in different domains and industries. She has been working with B2B & B2C industries and has created content for presentations, the training worked on web content, and copy content. She specializes in blogging, email marketing, and digital marketing content. Currently, she lives in India.