The Most In-demand Skills for 2019 According to Linkedin

January 18

For professionals on the market for a new job in 2019 those with the right hard skills will not find the 2019 job market quite as challenging. According to analysis from networking site LinkedIn, 2019’s employers are looking for a combination of both hard and soft skills, with creativity topping the list of desired attributes.

Having analysed data across the professional networking site, the hard skills recruiters and businesses will be fighting over in 2019 are as follows:

Cloud Computing

Artificial Intelligence

Analytical Reasoning

People Management

UX Design

Mobile Application Development

Video Production

Sales Leadership

Translation

Audio Production

Natural Language Processing

Scientific Computing

Game Development

Social Media Marketing

Animation

Business Analysis

Journalism

Digital Marketing

Industrial Design

Competitive Strategies

Customer Service Systems

Software Testing

Data Science

Computer Graphics

Corporate Communications

 

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