You’ve finally walked down the graduation aisle after years of conflicts with terror profs and freeloaders, epiphanies about who you are and what you should really be doing, and adventures with lifelong friends you bonded with over final papers and presentations. Congratulations, you’re done with college!
Now, you’re on to the next big thing — finding a job. And it shouldn’t be as difficult as you think.
When you look at actual statistics, the Philippine Statistics Authority announced on June 5 that the Philippines has a 94.9-percent employment rate as of April 2019. Unemployment rate since April 2018 dropped from 5.5 to 5.1 percent. Meanwhile, underemployment dropped from 17.0 to 13.5 percent.
Given these figures, you can start looking for work with a positive mindset that you’ll find something.
Add in the fact that the internet age is providing more job opportunities than ever. A forecast by Dell Technologies actually suggests that 85 percent of the jobs in 2030 have not yet been defined.
Let us back up this claim by listing the top five emerging job opportunities this year:
Data is the heart of every business. When companies need financial insights or a better understanding of customer behavior, they rely on data scientists for information. The role, therefore, requires knowledge of data analysis, machine learning, Python, SQL, and R.
Application Development Analyst
Back End Developer
Full Stack Engineer
Sales Development Representatives
Artificial intelligence can never replace the human qualities of sales professionals who forge a connection with customers. To be a successful sales development representative, you must have leadership and management skills. You also have to be familiar with marketing and sales.
These emerging tech jobs are only a sneak peek of the job opportunities that are in store for fresh grads and career shifters alike. Armed with the right mindset and professional advice, you can definitely find a rewarding career and financial freedom.
Good luck with the job hunt!