What jobs are in demand today and also in the future in the IT sectors?

Updated on : January 21, 2022 by Elisha Kelly



What jobs are in demand today and also in the future in the IT sectors?

The information technology stream offers many job opportunities for graduates. IT service provider-based companies interested in hardware / software development, applications, and testing employ IT professionals.

Some of the major companies employ IT engineers such as Unisys, Qualcomm, Tata Elixi, Sasken Communications, Airtel, BSNL, Hutchison, Vodafone, VSNL, Accenture, Bharat Heavy Electricals Ltd, ASUS, Cisco Systems, National Instruments, Cypress Semiconductor Tech. Ltd , BEL, Robert Bosch, Alcatel, Siemens, Boeing, Analog Devices India, Insilica Semiconductors, and Xilinx India. There is

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The information technology stream offers many job opportunities for graduates. IT service provider-based companies interested in hardware / software development, applications, and testing employ IT professionals.

Some of the major companies employ IT engineers such as Unisys, Qualcomm, Tata Elixi, Sasken Communications, Airtel, BSNL, Hutchison, Vodafone, VSNL, Accenture, Bharat Heavy Electricals Ltd, ASUS, Cisco Systems, National Instruments, Cypress Semiconductor Tech. Ltd , BEL, Robert Bosch, Alcatel, Siemens, Boeing, Analog Devices India, Insilica Semiconductors, and Xilinx India. There are also many job opportunities available in India and abroad.

Some job titles

  • Programmers
  • Developer S / W
  • DBA
  • quality Analyst
  • IT specialists
  • Technological Engineer
  • Technical consultant
  • Software developer
  • Graphic designer
  • Security management specialist.
  • Network Engineer / Architect.
  • Cyber ​​/ Information Security Engineer / Analyst.
  • IoT Designer / Developer / Engineer.
  • Architect / Developer of Business Intelligence.
  • Software Developer / Engineer.
  • Machine Learning Designer / Developer / Engineer.
  • Data Engineer.

11 REASONS TO LEAVE YOUR JOB IN 2019

I did something wrong.

I was in the middle of a meeting. It was my second week at a new job. I had arranged the meeting with some people who I thought we could do business with.

Suddenly, he couldn't bear the thought of spending another second at that job. For all the reasons I list below and maybe a few more.

I hated it. I couldn't bear the sound of my voice. I hated the people around me. I was dying.

I had my coat hanging from my chair and another coat in my office. My office already had my name on the door. This was my first attempt at a real job in about 15 years.

I said, "

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11 REASONS TO LEAVE YOUR JOB IN 2019

I did something wrong.

I was in the middle of a meeting. It was my second week at a new job. I had arranged the meeting with some people who I thought we could do business with.

Suddenly, he couldn't bear the thought of spending another second at that job. For all the reasons I list below and maybe a few more.

I hated it. I couldn't bear the sound of my voice. I hated the people around me. I was dying.

I had my coat hanging from my chair and another coat in my office. My office already had my name on the door. This was my first attempt at a real job in about 15 years.

I said, "I have to go to the bathroom."

I got up. I left my coats behind.

I limped into the lobby because I had fallen the day before for reasons I still don't understand. He was going in the opposite direction to the bathroom.

I said goodbye to the receptionist. I hit the "L" on the elevator. I walked all the way by the Trump Building at 40 Wall Street.

I took the 1 train to Grand Central, hopped on a train, went 60 miles north of New York, and went home.

I never went back to that job. I didn't speak to anyone there again. The main guy called, emailed, begged, asked what happened, offered to negotiate more salary, offered me whatever I wanted.

I never responded. I never spoke to him again. I feel bad about that. I am quite a non-confrontational person and I have had to work on that.

I had no job, I was starting to run out of money once again, I had no prospects.

But I'm so glad I quit!

That year my whole life opened up to me. So many opportunities. So many ideas that I started to explore. Some worked. Some did not. But I learned from all of them.

And since then, each year has been more successful than the last.

11 REASONS WHY 2019 IS THE YEAR YOU SHOULD LEAVE YOUR JOB

A) YOU DON'T NEED A JOB

People used to get a job for stability. My grandfather started his job in 1946 and retired with a gold watch in the 1970s.

But as Nassim Taleb suggests, "the three biggest addictions are heroin, carbohydrates, and a steady salary."

Companies are not loyal. They don't care about you or me.

But that's okay.

We live in "The Access Economy". Every access economy business has three components but many ways to benefit.

A) EXCESS: Some people have an excess of X. for example, excess empty car seats, excess space in the apartment, excess time for homework, excess knowledge, etc.

B) DESIRE: Some people have a great desire for that excess. for example, some people want access to empty car seats when they cannot find a taxi. Some people want access to empty apartments instead of a hotel.

C) PLATFORM: To connect "A" and "B", to provide search, to provide secure transactions, to mediate difficulties, to provide reviews and standards.

Uber, Airbnb, TaskRabbit, Seamless, Freelancer, Fiverr, etc. are examples of Access Economy companies.

You can earn money owning the platform. Or contributing the excess. Or by providing excess services (for example, an "Airbnb manager" helping multiple hosts manage their Airbnb listings and services).

You can also provide an excess of knowledge on a subject (for example, diet) to people who want that excess of knowledge and are willing to pay for it. You can use platforms like Facebook, Amazon or even Kickstarter or Etsy (depending on the knowledge or the product) as a distribution platform.

This is just one way of looking at the "gig economy", but there are others.

The concert economy is growing every year. Can you replace your income with it?

I did it. Although I did it when it was almost impossible. In 1995 I had a full time job. But I started making business websites.

HOW DO YOU DO IT?

TAKE BABY STEPS: Always take the temperature of what secondary activities are there, what is your value in the job market, what concerts do you enjoy, how much money can you earn, how can you grow?

By 1997 I was doing well enough with my side job that I quit my corporate job and started doing it full time.

Then I scaled it into a business and finally sold it.

SJ Scott writes books on habits and self-publishes them on Amazon. When he started he was depressed, did nothing and slept on a sofa.

Now he makes up to $ 60,000 a month.

Hannah Dixon earns full income as a virtual assistant as she travels the world and writes about her experiences.

A friend of mine quit his job, wrote a diet newsletter called "What Would Jesus Eat?" (Essentially ... a Mediterranean diet) and now lives in a three-story penthouse in Medellín.

The list of people I've talked to who have quit their jobs forever to pursue "gig economy" jobs is huge. And there are more every year.

Here's a chart I put together on "how to make $ 2000 in a weekend."

If you are a "cheerleader" by training, don't be offended. I'm not suggesting that anyone can do "Toy Story IV" in their spare time.

But there are courses at Khan Academy, CodeAcademy, Lynda, and other places that offer cheap or free courses for almost any skill that can be used to earn $ 2,000 in a weekend.

Start small. Get started easy. Don't stress about "building a business." Learn the skills, get a customer, escalate, repeat.

B) AVERAGE MILLIONAIRE HAS SEVEN SOURCES OF INCOME

Nobody can get rich from a job. You cannot generate real abundance.

According to the IRS, the average millionaire has seven sources of income.

This is important for two reasons:

A) a job is just ONE source of income. But if it takes you fifty hours a week (40 hours plus commutes, etc.), you won't have time for other sources.

B) Even more interesting: BEING AN ENTREPRENEUR is only a source of income.

If you want to be an entrepreneur, do it.

You have a vision, you have a customer, you have business sense, you have a profit (so you don't need the welfare of vulture capital companies), and you have an idea of ​​how you can sell your company.

But you can also be a "lifestyle entrepreneur." Focus on acquiring skills and providing services (or finding a good side business) that you may decide to scale or move on to the next income stream.

Another side hustle that I like: finding cheap stuff at Ali Baba. Sell ​​expensive on Amazon.

But this is not an article about being an entrepreneur.

I am so glad I quit my job when I did. I've done it twice in my life. Both times they changed my life.

C) YOUR BOSS HATES YOU

At least ... my first boss hated me. The only way he could keep doing what he wanted when he had a job was to keep giving him credit for everything he did.

Otherwise, he would call me into his office and yell at me. I don't think any adult should be yelled at by another adult.

If you hate your job, so does your boss.

Why?

Because it is in the same place as you. He has a boss, who has a boss, who has a boss, who has a boss.

Unless you are working for an entrepreneurial company where you are learning great skills and perhaps even paying you in proportion to the value you bring, you often find yourself in the narcissistic whims of your boss.

79% of people who quit their jobs cite "lack of recognition." I mean, their boss hates them.

And he, too, is struggling to keep his job while all the young people are learning new skills, working longer hours, and having fewer responsibilities at home.

He is afraid of you. It will prevent you from success and happiness.

And he will throw you under the bus if necessary to save his own temporary status in the middle class.

D) THE MIDDLE CLASS IS DISAPPEARING SO JUMP THE BOAT BEFORE IT SINKS

This is the median income since 1990 for people ages 25 to 34:

Note that it has not changed. This sucks.

How? Because student loan debt for that age group has gone from close to $ 0 to more than a trillion dollars.

Because health care costs have risen 8 times faster than inflation.

Because job turnover is higher than ever, there is more uncertainty.

The salary is the same BUT the health care is HUGE and the loans HUGE == DISAPPEARING MIDDLE CLASS.

1991 is when "the web" began its non-stop rise into the mainstream, increasing productivity, costing jobs, reducing the need for middle management and other middle class positions.

Whats Next? Artificial intelligence, robots, blockchain, and the access economy described above will further reduce the need for middle-class jobs.

Whats Next? 20 million young Americans with student loan debt will be forced to take jobs they hate because they can't get rid of this bankrupt debt.

Because they are forced to start repaying these loans, corporations will know they have a serf-like audience of potential employees and will pay less and less money.

These 20 million people who were once innovators or started businesses or took more risks are now forced to be salespeople in eyewear stores just to make interest payments and pay rent.

There is nothing wrong with that job. But they will never be able to leave that job. Condemning them to leave the middle class that their parents enjoyed in the 70s and 90s and force them to cut every corner.

The middle class is dying and nobody cares.

E) A JOB IS THE OPPOSITE OF WELL-BEING

This is how I like to make a "YES" decision:

- Will the "YES" improve my relationships with others?

- Will "YES" improve my mastery of something I love?

- Will "YES" increase my freedom? - My ability to make more decisions for myself every day.

In a job, you are forced to be friends with people simply if they are in the cubicle next to you.

In a job, skill acquisition is limited to the particular micro-niche your company has assigned you to.

In a job, you have rules about what to wear, how to talk to the opposite sex, what time to go to work, what activity you have to do for 50 weeks of each year, and even what you can take home (Don't steal the clips!) .

A job will hardly meet the above qualifications. And those ratings are the three components of what positive psychologists call "Well-being."

In other words, a job equals discomfort.

F) THE OTHER BENEFITS OF A JOB ARE TRIPPING

When you worked for a large company, you had excellent medical care, four weeks of vacation, and you could basically get away with doing nothing for most of the day.

Right now, according to a Glassdoor study, the average employee sacrificed more than 50% of their vacations. And 10% of employees did not take their vacation last year.

How? Because they won't want to be replaced by other people who don't take vacations.

40 years of that and you're dead and what was it all for.

Well, what about the stability benefits that jobs were supposed to have?

G) HEALTH

Two out of every five employees in the United States blame their work on weight gain.

They're sitting all day, snacking, and too busy to take advantage of the wellness programs their employers offer (63% say they don't use any of their employer's wellness programs).

Healthcare spending for employees COVERED by health insurance increased 44% between 2006 and now, according to the Healthcare Cost Institute.

Why?

I have no idea. All I know is the end result. A job is costing people more money in their medical bills.

A job is costing people less health.

H) DIVERSIFY HIERARCHIES OF STATUS

I was jealous when my friend was promoted to "Senior Programmer Analyst".

I was a "Junior Programmer Analyst" and I thought I was better than him. But it had been there longer.

And after that he was "assistant project manager," "project manager," "director," "vice president," "senior vice president," and a bunch of other titles.

They all had a rank. Like in the army.

And everyone had to respect the highest people in the ranking system.

This sucks. We are not monkeys. But we are.

Each species of primate triggers neurochemicals depending on whether they are moving up or down in the tribe hierarchy.

The main benefit of being human is that we can be in more than one tribe. We can diversify our status hierarchies.

Money can be a hierarchy.

Many people think that net worth leads to higher self-esteem. I know it was completely broke for me when I finally realized that self-esteem leads to more net worth.

But also the golf score can be another hierarchy of status. Or "like" it on Instagram. Or reviews about a creative project. Or skills acquired on an online learning site.

In a job, there is a hierarchy. As in a tribe of monkeys. But when you leave work, you can choose hierarchies.

Whenever I feel depressed about one area of ​​my life, I focus on the areas of my life where I can improve, feel better about my state, and recharge accordingly.

The "happy brain chemicals" like serotonin, dopamine (the leading causes of depression when they are lacking), and oxytocin are all related to where you fit in their hierarchy.

The way to not be a monkey and to have more opportunities to increase your happy chemicals is to be in more than one tribe.

I used to do daily transactions. Day trading is often horrible.

You can lose money and all the neurochemicals are going the wrong way. But since I wasn't working 40 hours a week, I had time to exercise (increase endorphins, improve my endurance, etc.).

I had time for creative projects (another hierarchy of status) or I could just play more chess (improving my ranking in that world).

Diversification is not a "stock investing" strategy. It is a strategy of "investing in happiness". One that is more difficult when you have a full-time job.

I) HAVE A PRODUCTIVE LIFE

Most eight-hour jobs mean you work two hours a day TOPS and then sit in meetings, chat with coworkers you don't like, take coffee breaks, commute, do nothing.

Here's what a typical business day looks like:

Wake up at 6 a.m. M., Eat, travel and work at 9 a.m. Then there are the smoking breaks, the meal breaks, the coffee breaks, the commutes.

Real work involves meetings. how many hours per day? I do not know.

When I was in a corporate job, I suspect that the average person actually worked about 10 out of 40 hours per week of work, and mostly wasted the other 30 hours.

30 hours a week for 50 weeks is 1500 hours.

I wanted those 1500 hours. Build a business, write a book, learn new skills, be with the family, play, whatever you want.

Being productive is not about sitting behind a desk to get a promotion.

Being productive is about using time to improve.

J) GO TO THE BATHROOM WHEREVER YOU WANT

There was ZERO chance I was going to the bathroom in the cubicle next to my boss.

I do not know why. I just refused to go to the bathroom at work.

When you go to the bathroom at work, if there are no walls in the cubicles, you are about two inches from your boss blowing up the bathroom right next to you.

So I'd run to the elevator, cross the street, go down the block, enter the New York Public Library, go down four flights of stairs to the bookshelves, and use the one bathroom that I knew was always available and empty.

But if you don't have a job ... pass out. Destroy ALL restrooms. Who cares?

K) FIND YOUR PASSION

If you love your job, stick with it. If you're working on the job you're passionate about, that's great. I have you envy.

But a lot of people don't feel that way. Many people. and I was one of them, I wanted to jump ship and discover their lives.

Many people, and I was one of them, are in the routine of school, university, work, work, retirement, death.

I often did very badly. Sometimes I focused on money more than freedom. Sometimes I was envious and in the wrong status hierarchy.

Here's Danica Patrick's (the greatest professional racing driver ever) advice on how to find your passion. Also, I'll add one more:

A) Ask yourself, how would you structure the ideal day?

B) What photos do you have on your phone? What you take the most photos may contain a clue.

C) What gives you the most energy? List everything you did in the past month and then rank it based on how happy you were when you were doing that activity.

All of these lead to clues to its purpose.

Let me add a few more.

D) What interested you the most at the age of 12 to 15? How have they aged?

When I was 12 years old, I kept a notebook on "who liked who and why" about all the boys and girls in my class.

Decades later I am a writer.

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Do not believe me. Stay with a boss who hates you.

A job that keeps him locked in a chain around his neck, seducing him with gradual increases in salary and job title.

Stay in a culture that is quietly replacing the entire middle class. This is no one's fault. These are the tectonic plates of the economy that destroy an entire suburban culture that has lasted almost 100 years.

Until you choose yourself for success, and all that that choice entails, you will be locked up in prison.

You will look into your lover's eyes for a sign that he or she loves you. But slowly the lights will fade, the heat of another body will cool and you will go back to dreamless sleep in the dark.

The information technology sector has been ruining other sectors for 2 decades. If we look around us, what are the biggest problems? For starters, I would redefine 'IT jobs' as 'outsourcing jobs', since IT is the generic term for all outsourcing companies. These can be IT software, non-IT software, mechanical engineering, engineering services, BPO, etc.

In an ideal society, higher education and later work should work to solve the most important local problems. If you think about the biggest problems in India: cheaper housing, urban infrastructure, clean water, waste processing, etc.

They are the best and

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The information technology sector has been ruining other sectors for 2 decades. If we look around us, what are the biggest problems? For starters, I would redefine 'IT jobs' as 'outsourcing jobs', since IT is the generic term for all outsourcing companies. These can be IT software, non-IT software, mechanical engineering, engineering services, BPO, etc.

In an ideal society, higher education and later work should work to solve the most important local problems. If you think about the biggest problems in India: cheaper housing, urban infrastructure, clean water, waste processing, etc.

Are the best and most resources are focusing towards it? We can easily see that most of the skills involved (considering only engineering) are in civil, mechanical, instrumentation and electrical.

Our best are not working on it. Even the existing ones in mech, electrical etc. are somehow trying to learn C, python and get into SW dev , test or whatever is available. I am electrical engineer by discipline (from 1997), I switched to software considering the money, global exposure etc. I have been solving problems of other countries. That too - in lot less ‘value level’.

The problems still persist. Govt spends huge money trying to solve these. The best trained IITian might be working for banking sector or global consulting firms.

Lower risk, much higher pay and other perks. Due to this, the local companies do not get strengthened. Due this, many kinds of jobs in these sectors diminish.

This is still valid.

China did not have “distraction” of English. The local people focused on local market. In MNCs I have worked, the China team was always into localization of products. No one could get into this since it needs local language skills and culture.

China had outsourced manufacturing. Due to the ‘local focus’ they were able to branch into building local companies. Due to this, they have strong set of companies in every sector. Now that they have excess capacity in all industries, they are able to easily roll out Belt & Road, to capture all markets.

India had software outsourcing, but too much outsourcing with no protected market, we could not create local products even in software.

In summary - it is not IT ‘per se’ that killed other jobs. But lack of local focus by media, education ecosystem, people, investors and government has limited other sectors. IT hype has a role in this.

They do simplify business and eliminate the traditional way of doing things.

Imagine in the 199-'s going to a bank and putting money, it involved a lot of paper works and ledgers slow process.

Think about today how the banking process has evolved to be performed by click of a mouse/touch.

This is what the Information Technology or the Software sector did. It designed applications that can perform tasks seamlessly and integrate multiple business to give the end user a faster response for whatever he requests.

In the IT industry, they develop build applications that can automate or simply operate that

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They simplify business and eliminate the traditional way of doing things.

Imagine in the 199s going to a bank and putting in money, it involved a lot of paperwork and a slow process of accounting books.

Think today about how the banking process has evolved to be done with a mouse click / tap.

This is what the Information Technology or Software sector did. He designed applications that can seamlessly perform tasks and integrate multiple businesses to provide the end user with a faster response to their request.

En el sector de TI, desarrollan aplicaciones de compilación que pueden automatizar o simplemente operar, lo que antes requería mucho tiempo / complejidad y se convierte en más fácil.

Realmente mejoró nuestras vidas, hoy disfrutamos de sus privilegios de aplicaciones para teléfonos inteligentes, sitios de compras en línea, computadoras avanzadas que fueron construidas por un profesional / individuo de TI.

Es un campo cada vez más vulnerable, pronto estallaría la burbuja. No se trata solo de la automatización que eliminaría el trabajo, sino que se siguen agregando otras capas.

Let me explain another way, automation keeps growing so people doing service desk service or L1 work will surely catch up, so you would say you have to switch to development or coding domain to save your butt.

But again there is another weapon on the way, you will find everything that comes as a service today. Few examples of cloud as a service, platform as a service, application as a service, integration as a service and many more. In 10 years for the

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It is an increasingly vulnerable field, the bubble would soon burst. It's not just about automation that would eliminate work, but other layers keep being added.

Let me explain another way, automation keeps growing so people doing service desk service or L1 work will surely catch up, so you would say you have to switch to development or coding domain to save your butt.

But again there is another weapon on the way, you will find everything coming as service now a days. Few examples cloud as service , platform as service , application as service , integration as service and many more. In 10 years down the line company was managing own premise server, databases and cloud was taking shape. People were saying customer in banking more concern of data would never go to cloud. But today reality is even swiss banks using cloud!

so next gen as service comes with pre build packages so you have to code minimum or low code. Along with automation concept everthing as service would kill more jobs.

Always keep plan B ready before going in black hole !

The tech industry is hot and hot, but some specific skill sets are needed more. These are some of the specialized IT jobs that are expected to be in strong demand for the foreseeable future. As the technology industry continues to grow and many companies adapt to digital processes, jobs for IT professionals continue to be in high demand. Here are jobs in demand in the field of technology.

Here are 10 of the hottest tech jobs of 2019, according to career site experts and recruiters.

# 10. DevOps Engineer

# 9. Scrum Master

# 8. Cloud Engineer

# 7. JavaScript developer

# 6. Java developer

# 5. P

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The tech industry is hot and hot, but some specific skill sets are needed more. These are some of the specialized IT jobs that are expected to be in strong demand for the foreseeable future. As the technology industry continues to grow and many companies adapt to digital processes, jobs for IT professionals continue to be in high demand. Here are jobs in demand in the field of technology.

Here are 10 of the hottest tech jobs of 2019, according to career site experts and recruiters.

# 10. DevOps Engineer

# 9. Scrum Master

# 8. Cloud Engineer

# 7. JavaScript developer

# 6. Java developer

# 5. Python developer

# 4. Data scientist

# 3. Full stack developer

# 2. Artificial Intelligence / Machine Learning Engineer

# 1. Cybersecurity Engineer

The first thing I want to say is what field or domain you are most interested in and then deep knowledge about that domain or field, it all depends on your skill set and how you express yourself in front of interviewers.

Here are a few that I have listed as the highest paying job in the current year.

1> Growth hacker

Minimum qualification: Graduated

Salary range: Rs 60,000 to Rs 3 lakhs per month

2> technical writer

Minimum qualification: Graduated

Salary range: Rs 50,000 to Rs 1.7 lakh per month

3> Relationship therapists

Minimum qualification: Graduated

Salary range: Rs 30,000 to Rs 1 lakh per month

4> Social networks m

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The first thing I want to say is what field or domain you are most interested in and then deep knowledge about that domain or field, it all depends on your skill set and how you express yourself in front of interviewers.

Here are a few that I have listed as the highest paying job in the current year.

1> Growth hacker

Minimum qualification: Graduated

Salary range: Rs 60,000 to Rs 3 lakhs per month

2> technical writer

Minimum qualification: Graduated

Salary range: Rs 50,000 to Rs 1.7 lakh per month

3> Relationship therapists

Minimum qualification: Graduated

Salary range: Rs 30,000 to Rs 1 lakh per month

4> social media manager

Minimum qualification: Graduated

Salary range: Rs 30,000 to Rs 3 lakhs per month

5> SEO, SEM, SMO, SMM analysts

Minimum qualification: Graduated

Rango de salario: 30.000 rupias a 1 lakh de rupias al mes.

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Java is ever green language in IT industry, It is important for information technology industry to develop and create multiple web-based or server based applications to enhance the industrial competency. There is huge scope for this programming language. ... Hence, there are numerous jobs opportunities available in Java, J2EE combining with other new technologies.

According to recent technological trends, these jobs would have a great scope at the future. Mobile Application Developer, as the demand for new and innovative mobile apps is growing at an incredible speed, Database Administrator , as more databases are connected to Internet and cloud , IT Security Specialist , Web Developer because of increase in number of products and services in online and finally Software engineer due to various technological advancements.Also Big data analyst will definitely fetch many job opportunities in the future as it is most trending in IT industry.

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2)IOT

3)Cloud computing

4)Data science and analytics

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