Over the last several years, new tools have made programming and data analysis accessible to users with far less training and technical expertise than ever before. This has had a democratizing effect on these fields, with technical and analytical functions no longer the exclusive domain of “experts” but rather undertaken within a range of business and marketing roles. A new class of hybrid jobs, which combine programming skills and “offline skills” such as analysis, design, or marketing, have emerged or assumed increasingly important functions in the digital economy.
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New technical roles are emerging for which there aren’t any formal educational programs. Many of these roles are high-salaried and in high demand. The future will favor those who can learn and relearn . . .