In line with a recent report ‘published‘ by LinkedIn, the role of blockchain developer is the most speedily growing rising job within the U.S. In the course of writing the report, LinkedIn used information from its Economic Graph to research the positions that corporations are quickly hiring for, along with the skills associated with those positions and roles that have emerged over the past 5 years.
The skilled social network found that the role of blockchain developer has registered a rise of thirty three times within the past twelve months, whereas cities with the best demand are San Francisco, New York and Atlanta. Among major skills needed for the role, LinkedIn notes solidity, blockchain, Ethereum, cryptocurrency, and Node.js.
This year’s prime rising jobs additionally embody AI [Artificial Intelligence] specialists, whereby “six out of the fifteen rising jobs area are connected in same way to AI,” and machine learning engineers, with twelve times growth year-over-year. For the latter ‘roles‘, LinkedIn names deep learning, machine learning, tensorflow, Apache Spark and linguistic communication processing as major needed skills.
As reported earlier, 645 vacancies labelled with the words “blockchain,” “Bitcoin,” or “cryptocurrency” were printed on LinkedIn earlier in 2016. By 2017, the number surged to around 1,800 and to 4,500 vacancies by period of this year. As of recently, LinkedIn’s search system displays 13,816 records associated with blockchain and around 2,479 records associated with cryptocurrency.
Another Report ‘published‘ by job review web-site named ‘Glassdoor’ shows that as of August 2018, U.S. corporations had posted around 1,775 vacancies associated with blockchain technology, that is almost 3 times a lot more compared to the previous year. 79 % of the vacancies are targeted within the fifteen largest major American cities, while the most saturated demand regions show that New York along with San Francisco account for about 24 % and 21 % of the overall range of ‘crypto-industry‘ job offers.
Social network Facebook listed 5 new blockchain-related jobs on its careers page in the past 3 weeks. Within the description for blockchain engineer at the Facebook Blockchain data Engineering team, the ad characterizes the position as technically and intellectually difficult work, that “will have huge global impact.”