New professions to appear in Polish IT industry by 2025
As forecasted by the Ministry of Digitization, in Poland, by 2025, as many as 200,000 jobs will be created in the IT sector in Poland, according to a report by the Warsaw Business Journal.
Some of these new jobs will emerge in what we call tomorrow's jobs. What competencies should IT specialists aspiring to these roles have? Multi-talented, interested in various directions, constantly caring about self-development. Knowing several programming languages, and also foreign languages. Only such people will be able to apply for positions in the field of AI or data science, business analytics, or IT project management. It is especially important in pandemic conditions – whoever develops increases his / her value in the labor market.
"Especially in pandemic times, being agile is an effective method of working. Both an IT specialist employed in the organization and an IT specialist must be up to date with market trends, with what is happening in their environment and in the entire industry. And it's not just a pandemic. The "Y" and "Z" generations, people born after 2000, are now entering the IT market. These are generations that find themselves in an environment that requires multitasking, open to new things, easy to learn, adapting to changes, and knowing foreign languages. In such a competitive environment, an open mind and an attitude of continuous development seem to be the key not to fall out of rhythm. Here, the experience that builds the way of thinking and acting becomes valuable from the perspective of older generations. Each experience is valuable – not only for the purposes of an entry in the CV but also in everyday work, it strengthens us, shapes us, and gives us a sense of valuable time spent on exploring a given matter, which undoubtedly gives satisfaction, a sense of fulfillment and makes us happy," Dagmara Modrzejewska, a specialist in the field of IT in Capgemini and an accredited ITIL trainer in versions 3 and 4, said.
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