Jobs in 2020 has been a very surprising year. It has taught us many lessons but the most prominent one would .undoubtedly be that we should always prepare for the future. You should choose skills and trades that will stay in demand in the future .to ensure security and stability in your career.
To help you determine these factors .we have prepared the following list of the ten best career options in the future. This list will help you make an informed decision regarding your career. Let’s begin, shall we?
Cyber security job
Thanks to the lockdown, more and more businesses and companies are going online. Expectedly, there has been a rise in cyber crime, including phishing, hacking and malware. Hence, the need for cyber security specialists. The demand is unlikely to wane any time soon.
Min. qualification: Bachelor’s degree in computer science; BE/ BTech in IT/cyber security
Average annual salary (entry level): Rs 4-5 l ..
- Data science job
A data scientist is responsible for collecting and analysing large amounts of data. With businesses depending more on data-driven insights to grow, the demand for data scientists is growing. However, the supply of such specialists is still low. So look forward to high growth in demand for these jobs in the coming years.
Min. qualification: Bachelor’s degree in IT, computer science, maths, statistics, physics, engineering ..
Average annual salary (entry level): Rs 5-6 lakh
- Cloud computing job
It involves the on-demand delivery of IT services on the Internet. As Covid sees several companies shift their operations to cloud infrastructure, demand for cloud architect, cloud software engineer, cloud enterprise architect and cloud infrastructure engineer is likely to grow, especially with the dearth of such specialists.
Min. qualification: BE/ BTech/ BCA/ BSc with cloud computing
Average annual salary (entry level): Rs 4-6 lakh
4. Digital Marketer job
Do you ever wonder how businesses get customers online? If you do, then digital marketing might be the perfect field for you. Digital marketing is one of the fastest-growing industries in India. It is growing at a 25-30% annual rate in India. By 2018, India reached 500 million internet users, and as more people buy smartphones, this number will keep growing.
5. Software Developer job
Software development has been among the most popular fields in India. As more and more companies are moving towards digital platforms and are relying on digital products, the demand for software developers is growing accordingly.
Popular skills for software developers include Python, C++, Databases, Java, and others.