Experts predict that coding will be the most important skill for jobseekers. But this essential skill is no longer just for employees at Google or Apple; companies across the spectrum, from hospitals to space organisation to retailers, are seeking out capable coders—and will pay big bucks for them, too.
Data Analysts- Big data is transforming the business world, and it has reshaped the expectations for roles like business analysts, financial analysts, and data analysts. Data Analysts use computer programming to analyze data and solve problems in business and finance. Common coding tasks include estimating how much money a company will earn or determining how many of a particular item a store should put on the shelves.
Engineers - Including mechanical engineers, civil engineers, and engineering technicians, use programming to design and test new products and conduct research on how to solve practical technology problems.
Scientists - use computer programming to analyze the results of their experiments and create simulations of real world events. The specific roles would include chemists, environmental scientists, and medical researchers.
Space Exploration - Coding is an integral part of modern space exploration and educational pathways could help aspiring scientists enable tomorrow's missions with artificial intelligence, machine learning and more.