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January 22, 2020

5 In-Demand Careers For Tech Students



With the cost of higher education in Canada rising every year, it's important to know that you will end up with skills that will get you a job after graduation. In our world of advancing technology, careers that cater to the computer industry are in high demand with no evidence of slowing down. More students are enrolling in technological fields than ever before.



In almost every industry, there is a need for application developers, cybersecurity, and data science. Once tech students hone their skills, there is no limit to the industries that they can enter that fit their interests. Nearly every Canadian and international business is reliant on the background technicians that keep the whole thing running, and you could be that person.

If you are planning on attending college, it's important to have a clear path to avoid wasting your time and money on a career that has no future. Your Canada Education Savings Grant (CESG) can help you to get the right tech education that will provide you with a bright future. Let’s take a look at some of the most in-demand jobs for tech students.

Cyber Security

With so much valuable and private information being moved through the world of cyberspace, security has become a high priority for both businesses and individuals. Companies are invested in keeping their systems safe from hackers and protecting their customer information.

With so many connected devices and with the increase in online commerce, keeping information safe and secure online has become a priority. Online banking and commerce are the main targets of many security threats to both businesses and consumers.

Full-Stack Developer

Many companies are moving away from the traditional front and back door approach to programming. Hardware and software applications are more commonly found to use stacking as a move towards the future.

AI Engineer

Artificial intelligence can be found in almost every industry. From machines that are learning from their own mistakes to creating smart automation, the AI industry has been exploding over the past decade.

Data Scientist

Companies are investing more time and money into getting to know their customers and how they can improve their business. The need for educated professionals to help collect and analyze online information continues to grow.

Using industry and customer feedback to evaluate performance is helping many companies to perform better. Having dedicated staff to organize, interpret and analyze the incredible amount of data collected is imperative to the continued success of many companies in today’s marketplace.

Cloud Engineer

With security in mind, many companies are switching to off-premises operating systems by using the Cloud. These sophisticated data banks need to be designed to suit each business environment and monitored for threats.

The price of higher education can be overwhelming, and student debt is at an all-time high. If you are heading to college it’s important to choose a career path that can help you get a job. Jobs for tech professionals are in high demand and offer a range of opportunities to suit any passion. If you are a tech-savvy student you might want to learn more about one of these exciting tech careers.



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