The world is changing really fast. Things that were popular just a day ago are not popular anymore, and the same goes for jobs.
Jobs that were considered good five years ago are not important now because machines took over, and now robots are taking over from machines.
Because of all these changes, the professional world is also changing. To stay successful, people need to learn new skills that match the current times.
LinkedIn, a platform for professionals, says that the skills needed for jobs have changed a lot – 25% since 2015, and they are expected to change even more, by 65%, by 2030 globally.
LinkedIn has released a list of the best 25 obs that accomplished the quickest growth in the US during the most recent five years. Astoundingly, seven of the main ten positions were completely new, and 68% of these positions didn’t exist a long time back.
Here is a list of the top 15 fastest-growing jobs on LinkedIn
1. Chief Growth Officer
Plans for a business to increase profits, expand into new markets, and maintain steady expansion are the responsibility of Chief Growth Officers.
2. Government Program Analyst
Advanced practice providers are skilled medical professionals with a license. They deal with patients by doing check-ups, sorting out medical problems, and giving therapies depending on the situation.
7. Vice president of diversity and inclusion
Vice presidents of diversity and inclusion make workplaces welcoming for everyone. They create and put in place rules about diversity, fairness, and making sure everyone feels included in a company.
8. AI consultant
Artificial intelligence consultant assists businesses in implementing AI in their businesses and products. They advise on how to use AI technologies effectively.
External communications managers are in charge of how a company talks to people outside, like the media and customers. They handle things like making sure executives speak well in public, reaching out to the media, managing communication during crises, and more.
12. Product security engineers
Product security engineers ensure that an item or framework is protected from expected issues. They do this by seeing dangers, sorting out likely dangers, and setting up defensive measures.
13. Physical therapists
Physical therapists assist injured or unable to move patients. They speed up their recovery, reduce pain, and make them more mobile through a variety of exercises and techniques.
14. Grants program managers
Grants program managers take care of everything involved in grant programs. This includes finding opportunities for funding, handling budgets, and making sure everything follows the rules and regulations.