The world of work has changed with the innovations that human society has seen in recent years, especially in the technology industries. This is why the predictions for jobs in technology made by Infobae have brought Director of the Museum of the Massachusetts Institute of TechnologyDavid Nunez.
Even though everything is returning to normal after a long time in the pandemicCompanies will continue to handle remote or hybrid work contracts, per case. Furthermore, in a busy labor market, technology workers will be willing to make their workplaces more flexible.
David Nunez also points out that In the event of a recession or economic crisis, some companies will return their employees to offices only to justify investments and long-term real estate contracts.
On the other hand, companies located in cities known around the world for hosting technology industries, such as Silicon Valley in the United States, will have problems finding workers because of the high cost of living in those places, something that will benefit. Emerging regions in the startup sector, such as Tel Aviv or Shanghai.
Freelance professionals will become an important part of companies by creating complete work teams, They could form groups to offer their services but without reaching the formalities of agencies to avoid tax expense. and bureaucratic procedures.
But at the same time, people who decide to work this way will be overloaded with activities because They will risk taking on two full-time contracts at once, so they would avoid meeting and working from corporate computers to be able to do everything from a single computer. Likewise, they must acquire new knowledge in project management and soft skills such as assertive communication and sales strategies.
Platforms for building applications and websites without knowing programming will continue to grow in the digital market, as there are many people who need to build applications. Even then, This will be an opportunity that those who already have computer knowledge will know to take advantage of it better. and in web development.
David Nunez, indicates that “Having a portfolio with interesting applications without code, combined with a decent training in full-stack development, will make you a unique candidate for any company”,
However, the downside of this type of help on the web for building applications is that those planning to work in the technology sector will have to better sell their professional profiles.
These trainings provide individuals with a practical preparation for the work environment with relevant certifications and accreditations, and Much cheaper than college. And as they become increasingly specialized in some aspect of technology, Companies will start looking at these locations as strategic locations to recruit talented workers.
David Nunez indicates that for now Web 3 is not going to reassure companies and creations based on this technology seem to be just interesting performances rather than something real. The same is the case with blockchain, although there is already a lot of talk about this innovation, it seems to be generating more expectations than it actually is.
However, Nez points out that Web3 will start to establish itself more reliably in a period of 3 to 5 yearsSo that those who are interested in learning and earning money can start learning about it.
Until recently, positions related to these subjects were only for PhD or post-doctoral students, but now these types of tools are more accessible to those who are interested in science and computing. So, very lucrative vacancies will be opened for people having knowledge in this type of technology, yes, They need to be well aware of the ethical debates surrounding it, the algorithmic biases, and the real limits of AI.
Code-generating artificial intelligence such as codecs or copilot will contribute to the development of the code base, so They will be widely used in the most time consuming and complex coding tasks, Whereas engineers will focus on system design and simple coding tasks. It will all be team work.