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Tech talent crunch in 2020 likely to go up to 200,000

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  • The profiles in demand include information security analysts, cloud engineers, network analysts, cybersecurity experts, digital transformation consultants, data governance experts, digital marketing specialist, data scientists, blockchain developers and AI specialists.

Source | | Prachi Verma

New Delhi: A shortage of employees skilled in technologies like artificial intelligence, machine learning, blockchain, Internet of Things, cybersecurity and data analytics that India is facing would become acute next year, say recruitment experts.

If the shortage was in thousands in 2019, it is going to be up to 2 lakh in 2020, according to estimates by headhunters such as TeamLease, Randstad, Magna Infotech and ABC Consultants. The demand for new tech talent is across all sectors, as businesses become digitised and automated.

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