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The AI Revolution: Unleashing a Surge in Tech Hiring
Fortune 500 Companies' ambitions to accelerate their AI plans will intensify the labor market tightness for technical talent.
Despite significant layoffs in the tech industry over the past year, the unemployment rate for technical jobs remains remarkably low at 2.3%, as reported by the US Bureau of Labor Statistics. This tight labor market poses a challenge for employers as they struggle to find the skilled talent they need.
Fortune 500 companies have already invested in accelerating their plans to incorporate Artificial Intelligence (AI) into their organizations and products. As a result, there is an anticipated surge in hiring to support these AI initiatives.
To effectively implement their AI plans, organizations are following key phases:
Currently, most companies are in either phase 1 or 2 and have not reached the stage of hiring in large numbers. However, in the second half of the year, many organizations are expected to enter phases 3 and 4, leading to an intense competition for AI talent.
If you’re thinking of making a career change, now may be a good time to learn some AI-specific skills. If you’re a software engineer or data scientist who hasn’t worked in AI – you can either a training course that provides a certificate or you can enroll in a post graduate program.
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