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The most promising jobs in 2017

Automotive Engineering: the competition for technical talent is intensifying as tech and automotive companies race to build driverless vehicles. According to Ken Kelzer, GM’s Global VP of Vehicle Components and Subsystems, many of the auto industry jobs for which demand will increase over the next several years will be focused on integrating consumer electronics – tablets, touch screens, mobile technology – into vehicles.

Tesla, Audi, GM, Google, and Uber are making meaningful progress in developing the transportation technologies of the future. Uber recently moved a big step forward by acquiring self-driving truck startup Otto, founded by Anthony Levandowski and Lior Ron, both former high-level Google employees. The move was made not only to enter the long-haul freight business and put their trucks on the road by 2017, but to reconvert technology to cars. Otto was paid 7.47M/$ per engineer, an unprecedented valuation in the industry.

In case you are an automotive engineer who still can’t code, the right moment to start might have been yesterday.

If you are looking for a new opportunity in an automotive sector, explore exciting new careers and openings at Tesla on Meritocracy:

Autopilot – Mechanical Design Engineer

Autopilot – Software Engineer

For a general new opportunity take a look at Automobili – Lamborghini openings

Internship in Aerodynamics

Pre Series Center – Interiors / Exteriors Product Engineer

 

SEM/SEO Specialist: the internet user increasing day to day and in future it will be at pic point. Each year, Google changes its search algorithm around 500–600 times. While most of these changes are minor, Google occasionally rolls out a major algorithmic update (such as Google Panda and Google Penguin) that affects search results in significant ways. These algorithm changes often leave digital marketers and search engine optimization practitioners scrambling to adapt, especially when their websites suddenly drop in Google search rankings.

In 2017 machine learning and mobile will be the focus: the two biggest changes to the algorithm in recent years has been the introduction of RankBrain and more focus on mobile. With further changes to the way search engines and Google in particular deal with mobile starting from January, it will be an area of focus for most SEOs, specifically those in the technical arena. Since Google first introduced the Accelerated Mobile Pages project at the end of 2015, the importance of speed, particularly on mobile devices, has grown with the aim to create a better mobile experiences and the 2017 will be the right year for this.

Voice search has been around for years but it’s in 2016 we really started to see its power. In 2017 we’ll start seeing the impact of voice search and the true direction it’s going. If you already got interested in SEO or started a career, 2017 may be the year in which you proved right. Read, immerse yourself in the online SEO community, and stay hungry for knowledge.

Above you can find the right job opportunities for you if you want to become a brilliant talent in Web Marketing sector:

WebRanking – Sem Specialist

GroupM – Sem Internship

Transferwise – Seo Specialist

Foodpanda – Sem Manager

Lesara – Seo Trainee

 

Information Security: fintech is one of the fastest growing industries in the world. Fintech Companies’ challenge to the outdated and traditional banking system is proving not only to be successful but to represent an enormous opportunity to develop cutting hedge technology that makes the entire industry’s regulation look outdated. Fintech is a major source of investment, in 2015 the global fintech industry grew by 75% to $22.3 billion, and the investment into European companies more than doubled by 120%.

The gap between technology and regulation is acute in fintech and particularly so with respect to cybersecurity. The business opportunities generated by Fintech, this sense, come with risks, and cyber security is one of them. There’s never been a better time to be an information security professional, and Fintech is just one of the areas where the need for Information Security Professionals is more urgent.

“The demand for the cybersecurity workforce is expected to rise to 6 million (globally) by 2019, with a projected shortfall of 1.5 million,” stated Michael Brown, CEO at Symantec, the world’s largest security software vendor. Not long before Brown’s statement, the Cisco 2014 Annual Security Report warned that the worldwide shortage of information security professionals is at 1 million openings, even as cyberattacks and data breaches increase each year.

If more staff is required, a big challenge for most companies is finding the skill sets that they need in specific locations. The only way to hire right now is to steal people from other organizations, or import them. Cybersecurity jobs are in high demand and it doesn’t seem like the need for more security professionals is going anywhere in the foreseeable future.

On Meritocracy there are a lot of Fintech companies to watch like N26, Funding Circle, Transferwise, Borsa del Credito, Onfido, Money Farm and other. Now they’re hiring:

Funding Circle – Information Security Lead

Ticket Master – Senior Analyst Information Security Compliance

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