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20 Technology Skills Wanted By Amazon, Other Top Employers

CRN looks at the most in-demand technology skills, the top technology jobs that companies are trying to fill and which cities and states have the most tech job listings.

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Top Tech Employers In The Second Quarter

Technology companies have come to the rescue of industries including retail that needed to ramp up their digital infrastructure and user experiences to meet increased online demand during the coronavirus pandemic.

Amazon and its Amazon Web Services (AWS) cloud computing business both benefited from lockdowns and the move to remote workforces. Amazon was the top employer hiring tech workers in the second quarter, followed by Northrop Grumman, Raytheon, General Dynamics, Ramy Infotech, Charles Schwab, Infosys, Leidos, Lockheed Martin and Dell. Rounding out the top 20 were Oracle, Anthem Blue Cross, VMware, T-Mobile, Booz Allen Hamilton, Target, Boeing, Nvidia, SAIC and Blue Origin.

“The Q2 employer data suggests that both Amazon and defense contractors such as Raytheon, General Dynamics and Northrop Grumman continue to prove resilient and relevant – even amidst a global pandemic,” the Dice report stated.

Facebook is listed in the 25th spot among top-hiring tech employers, IBM is at 27, Google ranks 32nd, Wipro is at 38 and ServiceNow is number 43, with NTT Data at 44 and NCI Information Systems at 48.

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