10 tech skills employers want to see on your resume in 2018

By tcavadias Staff ·
With the economy holding strong and unemployment staying low, employers are having a tougher time acquiring high-quality job candidates, according to Monster. Employers are looking for candidates with specific tech skills, and the right people aren't handing in applications.

Here are the top skills employers are looking for, ranked by the percentage of job postings in the US within the tech category which contain each skill.

Java (18.72%)
JavaScript (15.99%)
SQL (13.29%)
.NET (11.77%)
HTML (11.32%)
Python (11.18%)
CSS (9.40%)
Microsoft SQL Server (9.39%)
Oracle (9.29%)
Amazon Web Service (8.54%)

Do you have any of these skills? Which skills do you think is most important? Let us know in the comments below!

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by arysondc In reply to 10 tech skills employers ...


Along with the above-mentioned skill set in technology know how, below are some of the skills required:
Front-end Development
Backend Development
Mobile Development
Cloud Computing
Network Structure & Security
Data science knowledge
Programming knowledge
Applied Machine learning
Digital transformation

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by thp1234 In reply to 10 tech skills employers ...

I'm very surprised Java is top. We never prioritised java when recruiting

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by hilleug61 In reply to 10 tech skills employers ...

Web Development,
UX-UI Designing,
Full Stack Development,
Mobile App Development,
Data Warehousing,
Database Administration,
Data Science,
Big Data,
Internet of Things,
Artificial Intelligence,
Machine Learning,
Augmented Reality,
Virtual Reality,
Shell Scripting,

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tech skill in 2019

by fyinka47 In reply to 10-tech-skills-employers- ...

Search Engine Optimisation Specialist
Video Animation
Graphics design and web design
Artificial Intelligence and robotics.
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