These are the top in-demand tech roles in 2023

Employers are still in need of IT professionals for digital shift.

High demand for both junior and professional tech workers continues as companies undergo digital transformation in the post-pandemic era.

For this sector, Randstad said three areas have the largest talent demand:

• Mobile applications developers to build and improve digital platforms and solutions and create more opportunities for personalised connections with users.

• Data science professionals to help companies make sense of the glut of data available to us today – from planning financial strategies to understanding complex consumer behaviours.

• Cyber risk & compliance professionals especially at the middle to senior levels, to help digital banks navigate local regulations such as data protection, as they prepare to launch virtual banking services.

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