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From analysts to designers: the digital profiles that companies demand

Date: January 27, 2023 Time: 23:14:52

Digital profiles are increasingly demanded in companies, only in the last decade it grew by more than half, standing 8 times above the growth of total employment in the European Union, point out from the I Observatory on digital education of the school of business the valley In addition, the European institutions anticipate that this growth will continue to increase until 2030, when more than 20 million ICT specialists are expected to be hired to complete the digitization processes of companies.

4.1% compared to 4.5%, according to the Digital Economy and Society Index (DESI) 2022.

This same study analyzes those professionals who are most sought after within the technological and digital sector. The European Commission has called the coming years the Digital Decade, presenting a plan with which it intends to complete the digital transformation of Europe by 2030, the year in which 75% of companies are expected to use cloud technology, intelligence artificial and Big Data and that 90% of SMEs have a basic level of digital skills.

Most hired digital profiles

This commitment to digital talent is very present in companies. According to the analysis prepared by the business school, they are related to cloud services, data, profiles focused on transforming businesses or professionals specialized in product design, digital experiences or online solutions. The most in-demand positions in particular are:

Data ScientistBusiness Data AnalystBusiness Development ManagerDigital Account ManagerDigital Product DesignerUser Experience ResearcherUser Interface Designer

Another of the main challenges that has yet to be resolved is the gender gap that occurs in the ICT sectors and ‘tech’ companies. In 2021, 80.9% of ICT professionals employed in the EU were men, compared to 19.1% of women. In addition, according to the Technological Employment Report and, furthermore, female unemployment in the Spanish technology sector was the fifth highest in the EU, with 10.8%. This not only does more than highlight the need to continue promoting digital education among women and the commitment to female talent in these positions.

Puck Henry
Puck Henry
Puck Henry is an editor for ePrimefeed covering all types of news.
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