Besides the Information and Communications Technology (ICT) industry, digital technologies are used in many sectors such as agriculture, health, transportation, education, retail, automation, energy, logistics, etc. The demand for information and communications technology specialists is growing rapidly. Nine out of ten jobs will require digital skills.
Today’s teens’ future careers will depend primarily on their digital skills, so their increased interest in tech careers is perfectly natural.
Of the young people between the ages of 18 and 24 who want to work in digital fields, almost 30% would like to be programmers, 20% game designers, 25% bloggers and vloggers, 15% application designers, and 10 % cybersecurity specialists.
Young people believe in a digital future, and they are quite optimistic when it comes to the future. Many teens are confident that they will find jobs that will meet their expectations in the digital field.
If your teen is considering a tech career, help them expand their skills. Recruitment services for technical support jobs tell us that teens will need digital technical skills, but also soft skills, i.e., behavior skills. Keep in mind that there is a difference between being familiar with the online environment and having digital skills, helping them continue their digital education so that a tech career can become a dream come true.