LinkedIn lists blockchain developers as top emerging job
Blockchain developer has been ranked as the number one profession on LinkedIn’s emerging jobs list for 2018.
LinkedIn’s recently released report, which places blockchain development at the top, shows 33x growth in the number of blockchain developers, 12x growth in machine learning engineers, 8x growth in application sales executives, and 6x growth in machine learning specialists and professional medical representatives.
Guy Berger, the chief economist at LinkedIn, said that growth can also be seen in data science roles as the industry is expanding and developing more specialised roles.
Berger said: “It’s no surprise that we’re seeing an explosion of machine learning roles and continuing growth of data science roles. In fact, we started to see glimmers of this in last year’s report; however, both fields are starting to see more specialised roles emerge. It also may not shock you that Blockchain Developer is topping the list following this year’s surge in interest around blockchain and cryptocurrency.”
Though the year 2018 was a bright year for blockchain developers, it is worthy to note that they did not mention the profession in the previous year’s LinkedIn report. As for the job roles of machine learning engineer, assurance staff, and sales development representative, they all made the list again despite substantial growth in 2017.
It is also important to note that despite being in a brutal bear market, blockchain developers still topped the LinkedIn’s emerging jobs list – hinting towards a positive future.
Blockchain is expected to be a long-standing trend in the job market in 2019.
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