Undoubtedly, It is an ideal time to set your goals on technology.
Technology is the new messiah in the post-pandemic world. From delivery apps to virtual doctor consultations, there has been a sudden shift to virtual events. Technological innovations have led the way in allowing individuals and brands to function in their work and lives regardless of the recent new wave of the virus. As consumers are moving dramatically towards online channels, companies and industries have also responded in turn.
Ironically, we as a nation lack technically skilled professionals. Even though organizations are taking measures to nurture, and sustain the right skill to stay relevant in the worldwide rivalry.
Do you think you are ready for the digitally evolving world?
This observation proposes that employees who are anxious to invest energy in learning technological expertise will have the upper hand in securing some of the tech industry’s most challenging roles in 2021 and the future.
Based on the outcome of a survey conducted by OpenLabs Ghana, It has become evident that Ghanaians, especially the youth are also searching for skills and competencies that will be needed in the future job market in the ever-growing global community of the new digital world.
Over the coming weeks, we will be discussing a few of the technologies to look out for in the year 2021.
Watch out for news on some exciting technologies and the waves they are making in our next article.