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A report by the Bureau of Labor Statistics projects that employment will increase by 11.5 million over the 2016-2026 decade. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics and the World Economic Forum, some of the most in-demand roles in the coming years will be:

  • Data Mining
  • Business Analysis
  • AI and Machine Learning Specialists
  • Big Data Specialists
  • Robotics Engineers
  • Blockchain Specialists
  • Statisticians
  • Computer Technology and Engineering
  • Healthcare and Personal Care
  • Renewable Energy
  • E-commerce and Social Media Specialists

Employment is projected to increase
by 11.5 million from 2016-2026

With automation impacting many roles, "human" skills will be increasingly popular.

According to the World Economic Forum some of the skills that will be needed the most are:

  • Creativity and Originality
  • Critical Thinking and Problem-solving
  • Persuasion and Negotiation
  • Technology and Computational Thinking
  • Systems Analysis and Evaluation
  • Analytical Thinking and Innovation
  • Technology Design and Programming
  • Emotional Intelligence
  • Leadership and Social Influence

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