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As the rise ofcontinues to impact the workplace, with many employees fearing they may be , jobs in this advanced technology are more sought-after than ever. A new report from Indeed highlights the most in-demand jobs in AI, as well as the salaries that come with these positions.
To create this list, Indeed took a look at job postings, by percentage that included an "AI" term, between February 2021 and April 2021. These "AI" definitions included the following phrases: "artificial intelligence," "ai engineer," "ai research," "ai scientist," "ai developer," "ai technica," "ai programmer," "ai architect," "machine learning," "ml engineer," "ml research," "ml scientist," "ml developer," "ml technical," "ml programmer," "ml architect," "natural language processing," "nlp," and "deep learning." Then Indeed figured out the average salary of these positions, incorporating their reported salary information over a period from May 2019 through April 2021.
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Here are the top 10 jobs in AI, along with their salaries, according to Indeed:
Data scientist: $110,000
Senior software engineer: $120,000
Machine learning engineer: $125,000
Data engineer: $122,060
Software engineer: $100,000
Software developer: $95,000
Software architect: $135,107
Senior data scientist: $127,500
Full stack developer: $108,730
Principal software engineer: $155,000
Instead of worrying about AI replacing us, the data encourages a positive outlook about the technology, showing that developing sophisticated AI has been good for job creation, and that advanced technology may make room for new, higher-level roles for employees. In a recent survey by Citrix, previously, 82% of leaders and 44% of employees surveyed expect AI to create the new role of "Robot/AI trainer" in the future. And 77% of professionals said that they believe that AI will help reduce the time of decision-making at work, by 2035, and 83% of those surveyed believe that it will eliminate the need for low-level tasks.
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You'll have a better crack at that job if you highlight your experience in recruiters' most sought-after skills, according to ResumeLab.ResumeLab took a deep dive into the stats on the most sought-after skills for technology positions, researching more than 900 occupations in more than 500 industries. The information was gathered from O*NET OnLine, an aggregator of occupational data sponsored by the U.S. Department of Labor.
Additionally, 82% of leaders surveyed by Citrix said that the AI boom will mean that organizations create the role of "Chief of Artificial Intelligence" by 2035, and will also institute an AI department that oversees how the business can integrate and oversee AI operations.
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Indeed has also expected that 2021 will bring, in general, reporting that 27% of employers plan to hire more workers now, versus pre-pandemic.
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