Technology is undergoing rapid evolution and changing the shape of business standards. As technology evolves, it causes the acceleration of the rate of change, until eventually, it becomes exponential.

 

Technology-based careers do not change at a great speed, but they definitely evolve, and the savvy IT professionals recognize that their role will not stay the same in the longer run. But the best part of jumping on to the IT vogue is that there are always plenty of opportunities for a techie. The demand for IT professionals in different fields like JAVA, Python, etc. has been increased considerably in the past few years.

 

Due to the reasons we just discussed, getting your hands on the in-demand, certified IT courses is always a good idea. These courses play an important role in helping you kickstart your career and even switching domains while helping with credibility, marketability and personal development. So, let us have a look at an explicit list of top 10 technologies in 2019, getting a certification in which could give a kickstart to freshers and IT professionals who are looking to upskill their knowledge.

  1. Artificial Intelligence/Machine Learning

AI and Machine Learning have emerged as the hottest technologies in the year 2019. AI Engineers are in high demand as industries across the spectrum, from healthcare, automobile, financial services to education have started adopting AI. Every day more and more companies are adopting this technology into their products.

 

On average, a Machine Learning Engineer’s Salary is around $112,095.

  1. Big Data

Our world practically runs on Big Data. From business decisions to the Internet of Things, Big Data is crucial in various domains. Most of the companies rely on Big Data analytics to gain insights about their customers, product research, marketing initiatives, etc. This makes it one of the most valuable tech skills to master today. Hence, there is a great demand for Big Data professionals in the industry and an urgent need for the employees to upskill in Big Data management. Around 77% of the companies are adopting Big Data and these companies are recruiting data analysts and scientists even from the non-IT sector.

 

The average pay for a Big Data Engineer is $90,743 per year.

  1. Cloud Computing

The major reason behind the increasing popularity of Cloud Computing is the fact that it helps companies save a lot of money primarily by reducing the hardware cost. Moving to cloud computing provides easy accessibility and a huge amount of storage capacity so there is no issue of running out of space. Cloud Computing is a big revolution, especially for smaller businesses, and predictions say it is here to stay for a long period of time. Hence, investing your time and money in Cloud Computing learning will be a good idea at this point.

 

A Cloud Engineer earns an average salary of $86,842 per year.

  1. DevOps

DevOps is not a technology, it is a methodology that ensures that both development and operations team work side by side. This awesome approach has helped businesses speed up their development processes. The IT sector is adopting DevOps at a rapid rate and companies are ready to dole out hefty pay packages to DevOps engineers.

 

The average salary for a Development Operations (DevOps) Engineer is $92,054.

  1. Blockchain

Blockchain has been deepening its roots in the IT industry since the past few years. This technology is soon going to be adopted in almost all industries like retail, healthcare, finance, banking, etc. due to its strong security features. As the industry is welcoming Blockchain with open arms, the demand for Blockchain talent has been increasing considerably. The demand has almost exceeded the supply, which makes it one of the hottest technologies of 2019 and a pool for many job opportunities.

 

The average base salary for a blockchain UI/UX designer in the U.S. is $107,500 per year, with a low base salary of $80,000 and a high base salary of $140,000.

  1. Internet Of Things(IoT)

According to experts, the Internet of Things (IoT) is going to be the next big industrial revolution enabling the IoT devices to communicate with each other without human intervention. IoT is new to the market hence, IT giants are willing to pay hefty job packages to IoT professionals.

 

The average salary for an IoT Engineer is $123,194 per year in the United States.

  1. RPA (Robotic Process Automation)

The adoption of automation has grown exponentially in the last few years. Hence, opting for a career in RPA would be a great option for freshers. The emerging graduates can expect huge job opportunities in the field of automation with hefty pay packages. The graph of your career will definitely get a boost if you decide to adopt RPA.

 

The average RPA Developer salary in the USA is $97,500 per year or $50 per hour.

  1. Python

In this dynamic world where everything is changing rapidly, the popularity of Python never seems to cease. There are high demand and excellent career opportunities for Python developers. But the supply is really low as not many people consider opting for it which opens even more opportunities for Python job aspirants. Top job websites like Indeed.com and Naukri.com offer around 20,000 to 50,000 job listings for Python.

 

The average Python developer salary in the US is $110,021 to $123,743 per year.

  1. Web Development

Web development has emerged as a progressive industry due to the humongous growth of the Internet. This progress has resulted in huge job opportunities in the field of Web designing and Web development. And with the increase in demand of Web Developers in the industry, the companies are offering decent job packages to the employees.

 

The national average salary for a Web Developer is $75,487 in the United States.

  1. Data Science

There has been a huge growth in the number of jobs in Data Science and Data Analytics ecosystem. According to the Talent Supply Index (TSI) by Belong, there has been around 400% rise in the demand for Data Scientists across the industry due to low supply. Hence, IT firms are now constantly investing in employees to train them in data science.

 

 The median starting salary for a data scientist is around $95,000.

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