The list of the hottest jobs is out. At the top of the list is the job of a field scientist in the agriculture and agrochemicals space. This is followed by the role of EV technical expert in the automobile and allied industries. Other hot jobs on the list, drawn up according to a research, are that of KYC analyst in the banking, financial services and insurance (BFSI) space, digital marketing manager in the e-commerce and tech startups segment, curriculum developer in the educational services sector, food technologist in the fast moving consumer goods space (FMCG) and SaaSops engineers in information technology (IT) and knowledge services sector.
Specialists or experts continue to be most sought after. The growth rates in the super specialised job roles have gone up.
The top-ranking super specialised jobs are that of automation engineer (in IT and knowledge services) at 10.7 per cent, followed by consultant content writer (in e-commerce and tech startups) at 10.11 per cent, and research and development (R&D) analysts (in the healthcare and pharmaceuticals space) at 10.07 per cent.
With hints of normalcy appearing across sectors, the demand for the IT function remains high and rather critical, and so is sales. Not surprisingly, sales and IT roles remain dominant.
The top sales profiles are that of sales consultant, manager – presales, quality officer and product specialist. In IT, on the other hand, the top profiles are that of IT consultant, network engineer, senior project manager and digital strategy consultant.