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6 Critical Things to Include on Your IT Resume

July 10, 2018

 

Experts predict there will be more than 577,000 new jobs in the IT field by 2026, which is a growth rate that is exponentially higher than most other professions. Because of the nature of the work, employers need to know if candidates have the skill set and technical know-how required to handle tough tasks at hand. Your resume is your first opportunity to showcase your background and demonstrate why you’re worthy of an interview. As such, it should highlight skills that are in greatest demand, which we’ve outlined below.

 

1. Artificial Intelligence (AI)

 

Amazon’s Alexa burst onto the scene with a vengeance, and has continued to increase in popularity ever since. Apple is currently developing a new AI program for the iPhone, and other tech companies are building self-driving cars. AI is extremely understaffed, and with advances in AI technology developing at a dizzying pace, it would be wise to highlight any experience you have on your resume. AI can be applied to most industries, from medical to legal. Jobs in the field are projected to increase by 60 percent in 2018.

 

2. Mobile App Developers

 

If you have made your own app, or have worked as an app developer, be sure to mention it on your resume. Employers are look for IT applicants who are familiar with building apps because companies find apps increase engagement with customers.

 

3. UI/UX Design

 

Companies want their websites and mobile sites to look good and work well across a variety of different platforms. Be sure to highlight any experience building websites. Employers want a strong website to effectively market and make themselves more accessible to clients.

 

4. Cybersecurity

 

Increased public awareness of multiple, high-profile data breaches like Equifax and Yahoo has resulted in companies seeking out applicants who can improve their digital security and protect company data.

 

5. Programming

 

If you have experience with JavaScript, Linux, Python or other programming languages, always mention it on your resume. Programming skills indicate you are versatile, and you can tackle anything from building a more secure network to fixing software issues.

 

6. Analytics

 

IBM has projected that data analytics job demand will increase 28 percent by 2020, so any experience with Algorithms, SQL, Cryptography or Parallel Programming should be highlighted in the skills section of your resume.

 

The IT field is continuing to evolve, with more and more employers in need of applicants with skills involving everything from AI to analytics. If you need help crafting the perfect IT resume, contact today.