2014 Looks Bright for Oracle DBAs, Developers and Analysts

We know it.  You know it.  The IT landscape is going through a lot of change. As a result, hiring managers are on the hunt for new talent who can support this transformation.

According to a recent survey by Robert Half International, CIOs are more optimistic about hiring in 2014 than they were in 2013.


Source: Robert Half International

This is good news, especially for individuals who have the skills that hiring managers are seeking.  

The Bureau of Labor Statistics projects employment for DBAs to grow 15 percent between 2012 and 2022; Oracle DBAs in particular appear to be well positioned. 

John Reed of Robert Half International observed that “the market for Oracle DBAs is strong right now and I would anticipate it would at least maintain that level if not increase in values over the next 12 to 18 months.”

Research from Foote Partners also supports the growth for DBAs as well as developers and analysts. David Foote stated that in 2014 “the winners will be database developers, architects, analysts and technical specialists, especially if they know Apache HBase, NoSQL or prescriptive tools and analytics.”

Cloud Architects, Solution Architects, Administrators & Integrators in High Demand

No surprise that demand continues to rise for cloud architects, solution architects, administrators and integrators.  And the growth of mobile devices continues to generate demand for experienced and certified mobile developers.

Salary trends in the US also support good growth for these hot jobs:


Take a closer look at what’s hot in some of these recent industry reports:

•    2014 Salary Guide from Robert Half International
•    8 hot IT skills for 2014
•    Which Tech Jobs Will Win, Which Will Lose in 2014
•    Increasing Demand for Oracle DBAs
•    8 Hot IT Jobs for 2014
•    Dice.com December 2013: Special Edition, Hiring Survey

•    Hot IT Job Skills in 2014: Mobile, Web Development and Big Data 

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Comments:

i am oracle developer know i want work with web developers so tell me please which things i have necessary to learn to manipulate data effectively plez tell me the list of things to learn ...

Posted by guest on November 28, 2014 at 10:53 PM PST #

I would recommend that you start by looking at the job postings in your area to see what specific skills are being listed. We have training on many of the top product areas that hiring managers are looking to hire for be it Java or database development. You can also refer to this post for our listing of most popular Developer courses:

https://blogs.oracle.com/oracleuniversity/entry/top_oracle_training_and_certifications

Posted by guest on December 02, 2014 at 02:29 PM PST #

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