There will soon be 1 million open jobs in tech but only 500,000 will be filled with the existing labor pool. At the same time, there is a marked gender and racial disparity. Fixing the latter may very well fix the former, according to Dell Chief Customer Officer Karen Quintos. In this episode, Quintos shares how businesses can work to eliminate bias, scale up their diversity efforts, and fill the pipeline for new tech talent.
Below are five predictions about the current careers landscape for data-related roles in 2019 and beyond—and how these trends may help fix the flow of enterprise-scale data systems.
Although chief data officer (CDO) is becoming a more common C-suite title, the role—not unlike data— is continuing to evolve and grow.
These days, it’s not just data scientists and analytics teams who are being called upon to read, use, and manipulate data to make important business decisions. Employees in all roles are expected to interpret data, as well as know when to be skeptical of what’s in front of them.
Chief data officers and chief digital officers — each unique, yet both focused on data oversight, and in high demand as companies transform operations to understand, analyze, and monetize it for business purposes.
Gen Z, true digital natives born post-1996, are entering the workforce with skills and expectations that require rethinking current hiring and workforce paradigms.