High-Tech Staffing

Data is the new ‘Oil’.

High-tech industries are an essential part of the U.S. economy, providing almost 10% of all jobs, but producing more than 18% of output (in 2016). This higher output is reflected in compensation levels which are far higher in the industry compared to non-high-tech industries for nearly every type of occupation.

From 2016 to 2026, the high-tech sector is projected to gain 1.1 million jobs, which is a reason to rejoice for hi-tech recruiters and professionals alike.

“Innovation and agility have become essential competitive ingredients for any organization, regardless of industry. Companies need to take even greater advantage of cloud platforms that make powerful artificial intelligence (AI) tools and services available to broad ranges of users. These tools are helping accelerate experimentation, “democratize” innovation, boost agility, and power organizations’ digital transformation journeys.”

as per a global technology, media, and telecommunications industry leader.

The latest technology trends have made it a non-negotiable for modern-day organizations to adapt to the culture quickly paving way for hi-tech recruitments.

  • It’s all on the Cloud.

    As per a report by Deloitte, 60 percent of enterprises are expected to move their IT systems to cloud by 2019 as part of their digital transformation initiatives. This rapid deployment on Cloud is forcing organizations to take a fresh look on talent recruitments, placing digital capabilities at the top for the list of skill, mandatory for new hires.

  • Artificial is the New Real.

    In a 2018 AI Survey, 58% of respondent organizations claimed they had undertaken 6 or more full AI implementations—up from 32% in the previous year. The myth about job cannibalization thanks to AI could be up for debate but the rapid AI adaptation calls for a strategic evolution for both, the aspiring candidates and the recruiters.

  • Behold, the New Tech.

    The number of Machine Learning, Deep Learning, and Natural Language Processing implementations all grew over the past year, with Deep Learning posting the largest jump in recent times. Talent Solutions for all these technologies created the needs for even more technologically sound staffing partners.

  • Bitcoin could be dead, but Blockchain isn’t.

    Organizations are increasingly exploring the emerging technology of Blockchain. As people and devices are becoming increasingly connected, identity and privacy protection are becoming a prime concern. Blockchain and its applications promise a lucrative solution to such concerns and are en route to become one of the most sought-after job roles in times to come. Needless to say, the parameters and skills needed to find a Blockchain expert are as complex as finding the professionals themselves.

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