Jobs for the Future: The Top Tech Careers of 2019

As the years go on, jobs in the tech industry are rapidly replacing more traditional careers. This means that people who wish to be successful going into the future often find themselves looking into tech fields as potential sources of sustainable careers. Job portal sites nowadays post many job vacancies related to tech. Here, successful global software engineer, Panawe Batanado, gives the top potential careers for 2019 and beyond for anyone looking to break into the technology world.

Data Scientist: Simply put, data science is the process of taking large amounts of data and analyzing it to produce useful real-world conclusions. Because businesses today have vastly more data about their internal systems and their customers than ever before, careers in data science are rapidly expanding. Data science requires a fairly specialized set of skills, including a knowledge of R programming. However, becoming proficient in data science is well within the capabilities of anyone with a good working knowledge of computers and technology who is willing to put in the time and effort to learn the methods and processes of modern data science. Salaries for data scientists vary, but can easily exceed $100,000 annually.

3D Designer: Three-dimensional design has been a major component of various tech fields and industries for years. Now, however, an exciting new development is taking place that will increase the already-high demand for 3D design professionals: the rise of 3D printing as a consumer technology. Due to the need for more and better 3D designs to be used with this and other technologies, there are many careers open for talented 3D designers. Salaries for 3D designers are typically around $50,000 per year, but can vary with experience and skill levels.

Full Stack Developer: As websites and mobile applications have grown more complex, so has the process of developing them. These days, website development is usually divided into front-end, the elements of the website seen by clients and users, and back end, the elements of the site that interact with servers behind the scenes. Developers who are proficient in both front-end and back-end development are known as full stack developers, and are a valuable commodity in the tech industry. If you have been thinking about getting into web development, it is best to try to develop both sets of skills, as you will find more demand for your services and will be able to command a higher salary point. Full stack web developers are frequently paid in excess of $100,000 per year.

Software Engineer: As the name implies, a software engineer is a tech specialist whose task is to design software and manage elements of its development, usually by coordinating with programmers. Like all engineering fields, software engineering requires a specific degree and professional licensing. The threshold to break into the field, however, is well worth the effort, as software engineers can make in excess of $90,000 a year.

Machine Learning Specialist: Machine learning is a field which focuses on helping computer systems to “learn” from new data without being programmed in a specific way, thereby allowing them to become better at the tasks they are performing without the intervention of a programmer. To facilitate machine-learning systems, machine learning specialists are needed. These specialists help to integrate various computer functions with machine-learning systems to produce networks that can learn from the data they are given over time. Salaries for machine learning specialists range from about $65,000 to $100,000 per year.

Though there are many new and exciting tech jobs being created in the world today, these five are among those with the greatest future growth potential. Regardless of what specific tech field you want to go into, be sure to plan your education accordingly, as any technology-based position will require several specialized skills.



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