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  • [New] Biden's American Jobs Plan further lists semiconductors as a field of focus in its call for an investment of another US$50bn in the National Science Foundation. / Global Trade Review (GTR)
  • We have seen how there will be a lack of data science jobs in the next five years because companies will be adopting the automated pipelines of data science. / KDnuggets
  • The US Bureau of Labor Statistics estimates 11.5 new jobs in data science by 2026, implying bright prospects for a data science career. / Medium
  • By 2020, there will be around 2.7 million job postings in Data Science and Analytics in the US alone. / Updated [August 2020] | ACTE
  • Annual demand for the fast-growing new roles of data scientist, data developers, and data engineers will reach nearly 700,000 openings by 2020. / GFF
  • 47 percent of current middle-class American jobs could be lost over the next two decades as computers take over cognitive tasks in areas such as management, finance, medicine. / EdCircuit
  • UK accounting and financial services will have high demand for science, technology and research based skills in 2023. / EDF Energy
  • It's expected around 16% of jobs in the USA will be replaced by automation by 2025 - with the possible creation of 9% new roles in positions such as data science and robot management. / The Indian Wire
  • The Harvard Business School calls data science the sexiest job of the 21st century, and McKinsey projects that AI could deliver an additional $13 trillion GDP to the global economy by 2030. / Google
  • By 2022, the Bureau of Labor Statistics projects there will be more than 9 million science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) jobs, making it difficult for employers to find qualified talent and keep up with new positions that are being created. / Deloitte United States
  • Guided by science, the UK will invest in a green recovery which creates sustainable jobs and addresses the urgent and linked challenges of public health, climate change, and biodiversity loss. / GOV.UK
  • Guided by science, the UK's COP26 presidency will promote a clean, inclusive and resilient recovery from Covid-19 which creates sustainable jobs and addresses the urgent and linked challenges of climate change, biodiversity loss and public health. / UK Government
  • In terms of job opportunities, the boom in tech companies around the globe spells opportunities for individuals with advanced computer science degrees. / Study International
  • The demand for Data Scientist will increase by 28% by 2020, with nearly three million job openings for data science professionals. / Big Data Made Simple - One source. Many perspectives.
  • Whether the title of data scientist will remain the "sexiest job of the 21st century," will become more specialized, or will become a set of skills that most working professionals are simply required to have is unclear. / HBR
  • 69% of employers will demand data science and analytics skills from job candidates by the year 2021. / TrainingZone.co.uk
  • Future jobs growth in UK life sciences is expected to be driven by the expansion of specialist fields such as gene therapy. / PharmaTimes
  • Data Science is one of the fastest growing sectors that is predicted to create 11.5 million jobs by 2026. / IBPS Guide

Last updated: 01 August 2021


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