According to a report by the world-famous LinkedIn platform, blockchain has risen to the top of the list of the most sought-after and hard-to-find occupations of companies.
A new study published by LinkedIn, the professional business platform, basically examined which features users were most likely to hire. Experts concluded that blockchain is the most difficult job to find and easiest job in the United States by 2020. The same is true for France, Germany and Australia, as well as the United States. Aside from revolutionary blockchain technology, several of the most sought-after occupations appear to be artificial intelligence, user interface design, scientific computing.
Blockchain had also been on LinkedIn's related list in 2019, but its failure to lose first place to anyone in 2020 is proof that technology is continuing to speed up. The study said there were too many people criticising this technology, but the business community was not decrying progress on blockchain. Many giant businesses, including IBM, Oracle, JPMorgan Chase, Microsoft, Amazon and American Express, are now actively looking for blockchain experts, which can also be viewed via LinkedIn.
Once known only as the infrastructure of cryptocurrencies, it was actually predicted that blockchain would achieve such revolutionary growth. The breakthroughs of giants such as IBM and Microsoft, in particular, may have accelerated the process.