Digital Jobs: What roles will be in demand for 2023?
What digital jobs will be most in demand in 2023? It has been another year of technological advancements and growth within the digital industry. Naturally, more specialist roles are coming to the forefront. If you are hiring digital talent in the year ahead, do you know what skills are needed for success?
Working on these roles every day at TechNET Digital means we know what is in demand. So, we thought we would share our predictions for 2023 and what digital roles will be most sought after.
What digital jobs should be on your company’s radar in 2023?
Working across many digital sectors, there are specific roles that we will see grow in the digital industry. Here are just a few of our predictions…
The role of a data scientist is so important in a business…and more people are realising this. With the ability to analyse data and make recommendations to improve operational decisions, they make a big difference. Furthermore, changing customer behaviour and current affairs such as the cot of living means understanding the audience is more important than ever.
Cloud architect’s are in charge of designing, building, and managing a company’s cloud computing strategy. Having both technical knowledge of cloud computing and business applications is a great sign of a competent Cloud Architect. This knowledge will be a huge addition to many teams in 2023.
Creative & design roles are always at the heart of the digital industry. However, UX/UI designers are seeing a surge in demand. Taking web design to a whole new level, UX/UI designers use specific methodologies to pull off their ideas. In 2023, having the user in mind will be important. Therefore, these professionals will ensure the audience have a great experience with the product and website.
Cyber Security Specialist/Consultant
It won’t be just the digital industry demanding these talented individuals! With hacking, ransomware, and phishing continually on the rise, it is a real challenge for companies. With more sophisticated scams comes more sophisticated approaches to tackling these. A recent study showed that by 2025, 60% of companies will be using cyber security risk as a primary determinant in conducting third-party transactions and business engagements.