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JavaScript, CSS, HTML Top List Of Most In-Demand Tech Skills

CRN breaks down the top 15 most sought-after technology developer skills employers are seeking, based on a new report by on-demand employment website Upwork.

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Top 15 In-Demand Tech Skills Being Sought In 2020

There’s a growing demand for programming and developer expertise from businesses that are having difficulty finding people with the technical skills needed to keep up with the pace of digital transformation.

Santa Clara, Calif.-based Upwork, one of the world’s largest work marketplaces that connects millions of businesses with independent workers, has released a report using its massive database to find the top 15 most in-demand skills wanted in today’s IT market.

Mike Paylor, vice president of engineering and product at Upwork, said an Upwork survey found that 51 percent of hiring managers plan to rely on independent contract web, mobile and software developers in 2020 to better stay on top of their IT needs. “This means building a virtual talent bench that can contribute diverse skills and deep knowledge to solving highly technical problems,” Paylor said in a statement. “From JavaScript, to Python and HTML, these highly sought-after skills also show there is opportunity for independent talent to grow their businesses and build valuable relationships with high-quality clients from around the world.”

Here are the top 15 most in-demand IT skills for independent web, mobile and software developers, according to Upwork’s new report, which sourced data based on Upwork’s gross services volume from April 1, 2020 to Sept. 30, 2020. The skills are ranked from No. 15 to No. 1 based on the demand for each, according to Upwork.

 
 
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