Hiring Trends & Insights

Technology will continue shaping our world and careers. In May of 2019, the US Bureau of Labor Statistics’ Employment Situation reported that the unemployment rate for tech employees reached a 20-year low of 1.3%. In addition to increased technical roles there will also be an increase in roles that leverage “human” skills, that is roles that cannot be easily replicated by automation.


Artificial Intelligence has been the talk of the town for years, and now, many of the predictions around this concept are becoming a reality. AI is no longer a buzz term explaining the future of our technology – In fact, it is already a part of the workplace and has begun reshaping positions, removing human employees from various job functions and increasing efficiencies across industries.


5G will usher in a transformation to the digital world, as we know it — introducing the fastest and most advanced network yet. Along with lightening speed, this network is bringing enhancements to virtual and augmented reality, as well as other advancements that will blow our minds. Not only will 5G help these organizations operate better, it will also provide the opportunity to advance their current software and allow it to evolve into something even greater.


Everywhere you look someone is writing or talking about their Big Data solution or strategy.  The advisors at Gartner define big data as:  high-volume, high-velocity, and high-variety information assets that demand cost-effective, innovative forms of information processing for enhanced insight and decision making.

In other words, it is data that is so large and/or so complex that you can’t manage it using traditional data processing applications.

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