THE MOST DISCIPLINES WANTED IN IT (INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY)

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Day after day, the demand for information technology workers is increasing, and as this area expands, the required sub-disciplines are becoming increasingly prevalent in global institutions in their various fields, activities and markets.
Computer World has published a questionnaire to the implementing managers in this area to develop a recruitment plan next year and the following functional skills were the most requested:

Programming
49% of the sample said they were planning to hire people with this skill during the year.
Software is the primary way for companies to develop products, so they are always looking for talented web developers, programmers and software engineers in order to catch up in the development of systems and applications, update sites and create new solutions or new technology.

Technical Support:
37% of the sample said they were planning to hire people with this skill during the year.
With the expansion of technology projects, companies are interested in helping customers and employees in many technical and artistic aspects that they have to solve, such as using modern systems and programs. The more new software becomes, the more rationing workers become necessary.

Networks
31% of the sample said they were planning to recruit people with this skill during the year.
Network skills are always on the list, and the need for wireless communication is probably behind the attention in recruiting network specialists. 

Mobile Application Management 
27% of the sample said they were planning to recruit people with this skill during the year.
The increasing proliferation of mobile devices seems to have made this skill much needed, and according to the survey conducted by the site, it ranks third in difficulty in found.
Because of the increasing use of mobile devices, companies see that they need employees who can meet the demands of these devices.

Project Management:
25% of the sample said they were planning to hire people with this skill during the year.
Information technology is based on the success or failure of projects, so companies are looking for talented project managers to renew interest in complex technology business initiatives.

Database management:
24% of the sample said they were planning to recruit people with this skill during the year.
Most companies are primarily interested in the increasing storage capacity of information stored in the internal system, such as social media companies.
Companies are looking for people who can build a logical data map in their systems, and collect data that is relevant to each other so that they can analyze and produce reports.

Security:
21% of the sample said they were planning to recruit people with this skill during the year.
With the increase in malicious software and cyber attacks, security has become a priority. This type of skill is made under many types of business such as network engineering, software development and architectural database architecture.
It can be said that this particular function is the most challenging.

Analysis of Information:
18% of the sample said they were planning to hire people with this skill during the year.
Companies expect the volume of data to expand constantly, so they are keen to gain competitive advantage by developing analytics capabilities.
However, this specialization suffers from a lack of functional skills for other jobs, and the experience of analysis is somewhat rare and it is the second most difficult to find competent specialists in it according to the site survey.

However – technology skills are not the only factor in evaluating candidates for it market jobs. Rather, employers are also looking at other skills to ensure that new appointments are effective in the workplace, such as the ability to collaborate and be able to communicate with users and the service of workers.

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