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IT Skills in Demand

Post by VenkatRN » Mon Mar 25, 2019 2:08 pm

Hi,

What are the IT Skills that are in Demand for a Software Professional in Ireland, which will help a dependent visa holder can get back to Professional life again.

Visited job portals like linkedIn, Monster but unable to conclude on the same.

I greatly appreciate your help.

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Venkat

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Re: IT Skills in Demand

Post by balac_m » Tue Mar 26, 2019 3:02 pm

All IT skills are in demand. You have to approach the right company.

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Re: IT Skills in Demand

Post by VenkatRN » Thu Mar 28, 2019 5:41 pm

Hi Bala,

Thanks for Encouraging answer.

A little more insightful answer could add more help. For example: I am from Bangalore and here skills with high demands as per my knowledge is experts with Telecom(protocol), IOT, Analytics with Statistics background, Cloud Automation skills. (This does not mean other skills does not have opportunities, but members with this skills has higher chances to get placed quickly).

My intention of this post is: in generally ICT dependent can not directly work in Ireland. So, dependent should get sponsorship. As per my understanding this is challenging. So, any hotskills in that particular place will help the member to get job with sponsorship.

Kindly can you also throw some insight towards the same.

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Venkat

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Re: IT Skills in Demand

Post by Megastar » Fri Mar 29, 2019 9:31 am

As per my knowledge following are in demand and there is huge skills shortage in Ireland.
Data Analytics
Performance testing
Machine learning

As always good Java developers are also in demand.

Hope this helps!

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Re: IT Skills in Demand

Post by balac_m » Fri Mar 29, 2019 10:56 am

Along with the information from Megastar's post, the following are in most demand

1. Cloud automation
2. DevOps
3. IT Security.

Even IT administration skills and .net development are still in demand.

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Re: IT Skills in Demand

Post by VenkatRN » Sun Mar 31, 2019 9:34 am

Hi Megastar and Bala,

Thank you very much for the inputs. These are valuable.

will it be possible to you to add if you have any inputs/suggestions to get a job for a person who is coming as dependent of Inter Company Transfer Visa. Whose Primary skill set includes C, Unix, Partially Database Person. (Being ICT dependent is not allowed to work by default)

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Venkat

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Re: IT Skills in Demand

Post by rahman » Fri Apr 05, 2019 3:15 pm

C, C++ are rare to find now a days and there are job here too. Try you may crack something.

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Re: IT Skills in Demand

Post by VenkatRN » Mon Apr 22, 2019 5:45 am

Thank you all for the inputs.

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Re: IT Skills in Demand

Post by cricketworldcup » Mon Apr 22, 2019 8:03 am

Top 5 IT Skills in Demand

1. Cloud Computing
2. Artificial Intelligence
3. Analytical Reasoning
4. People Management
5. UX Design
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Re: IT Skills in Demand

Post by tarung121 » Tue Apr 23, 2019 5:31 am

any performance testing opening company who can sponsor me?

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Re: IT Skills in Demand

Post by VenkatRN » Thu Apr 25, 2019 11:10 am

Hi @cricketworldcup and all,

Reg.people Management that was mentioned in your previous post, how about the opportunities for Scrum Master positions. I am Certified Scrum Master.

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Venkat

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Re: IT Skills in Demand

Post by DV2802 » Sat May 04, 2019 10:55 am

Megastar wrote:
Fri Mar 29, 2019 9:31 am
As per my knowledge following are in demand and there is huge skills shortage in Ireland.
Data Analytics
Performance testing
Machine learning

As always good Java developers are also in demand.

Hope this helps!
Hello,
I have been going through discussion threads on this forum to understand the Employment chances my spouse would have in Ireland.

I am having ICT work permit and my spouse is coming as my dependent. I can understand she can't get default work authorization for being my dependent in Ireland.
She has 6 months of work experience in analytics and machine learning domain.

I just want to understand the scenario in Ireland: whether it's all about applying through different job portals and wait and watch if any employer shows interest?
Does having some experience in niche skills can give some hope for quicker employer turn around?

I have been following various discussion threads in this forum and can understand that cost of living in Dublin is very high and thus very much keen in understanding the prospect of having job for my spouse also.

Thanks in advance!

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Re: IT Skills in Demand

Post by balac_m » Sun May 05, 2019 9:20 am

DV2802 wrote:
Sat May 04, 2019 10:55 am
Megastar wrote:
Fri Mar 29, 2019 9:31 am
As per my knowledge following are in demand and there is huge skills shortage in Ireland.
Data Analytics
Performance testing
Machine learning

As always good Java developers are also in demand.

Hope this helps!
Hello,
I have been going through discussion threads on this forum to understand the Employment chances my spouse would have in Ireland.

I am having ICT work permit and my spouse is coming as my dependent. I can understand she can't get default work authorization for being my dependent in Ireland.
She has 6 months of work experience in analytics and machine learning domain.

I just want to understand the scenario in Ireland: whether it's all about applying through different job portals and wait and watch if any employer shows interest?
Does having some experience in niche skills can give some hope for quicker employer turn around?

I have been following various discussion threads in this forum and can understand that cost of living in Dublin is very high and thus very much keen in understanding the prospect of having job for my spouse also.

Thanks in advance!
Yes, that's the only way to save some money. You have to approach the right company for the jobs.

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