Still feeling that the buzz around AI is more sizzle than substance? Well, employers aren’t — at least not according to the latest LinkedIn data on paid job posts.
Demand for AI engineers grew rapidly for the second quarter in a row, suggesting that companies increasingly see recent advances in artificial intelligence as a real sea change, rather than a tempest in a teapot.
Today’s new data also reveals surging and sustained demand for in-person talent, particularly in two key sectors: retail and healthcare. Roles such as shop manager, nursing manager, retail salesperson, and registered nurse appear in either the top 10 most in-demand jobs overall or the top 10 jobs with the fastest-growing demand.
What are the most in-demand jobs right now?
Whether you’re recruiting for these roles in particular or simply curious about broader labor market trends, read on for the full rankings and reflections on the most in-demand jobs.
This story is updated on a quarterly basis to help talent professionals manage expectations, inform hiring decisions, and understand the changing landscape of the talent market.
Jobs with the fastest-growing demand: AI déjà vu
This first list is designed to be dynamic and ever-changing. Typically, you’ll see 10 new jobs on this list every quarter, as we did in the previous edition.
That’s why it’s so remarkable when a role manages to make it two quarters in a row — and even rarer for one to actually move up the rankings. And yet that’s exactly what we’re seeing with the role of AI engineer.
Jobs with the Fastest-Growing Demand (QoQ)
Roles with the greatest increase in share of paid job posts, Q3 2023 (July 1 – September 30) vs. Q2 2023 (April 1 – June 30, 2023)
- Shop Manager
- Artificial Intelligence Engineer
- Restaurant Specialist
- Dietary Aide
- Development Team Lead
- Beauty Advisor
- Nursing Manager
- SAP ABAP Developer
While AI engineer is a relatively new title that employers are hiring for, many of the skills required may be more familiar than you think — like programming proficiency in languages such as Python and C++ or natural language processing (NLP) and machine learning skills. AI educator Nisha Talagala covers this in detail in an insightful story all about the AI engineer role. (She also helpfully explains that, no, AI engineering is not the same as AI prompt engineering.)
Many of the other jobs with fast-growing demand revolve around retail (shop manager, restaurant specialist) and healthcare (dietary aide, nursing manager) — a trend we’ll see reflected in our next list, below.
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Source: LinkedIn Talent Blog, 2 novembre 2023 par Greg Lewis