The Worldwide Technology Employment Impact Guide examines technology employment from the perspectives of the job role, skill requirements, transformation type, industry, and geography. This comprehensive database, delivered via IDC's Customer Insights query tool, allows the user to easily extract meaningful information about the technology employment and skills by viewing data trends and relationships and making data comparisons.
This product covers the following segments of the technology employment
- 9 regions: The United States, Canada, Japan, Western Europe, Central and Eastern Europe, the Middle East and Africa, Latin America, PRC, and Asia/Pacific
- 19 industries: Banking, insurance, securities and investment services, discrete manufacturing, process manufacturing, construction, resource industries, retail, wholesale, professional services, personal and consumer services, transportation, healthcare provider, federal/central government, state/local government, education, telecommunications, media, and utilities
- 2 digital transformation types: DX and non DX
- 7 job groups: Applications, cybersecurity, data management/analytics, IT infrastructure, IT leadership, other IT/technical, and technical support
- 37+ job roles: Cyber/information security engineer/analyst, security management specialist, business intelligence analyst, business intelligence architect/developer, data engineer, data scientist, data warehousing specialist, database administrator, database architect, IoT designer/developer/engineer, network engineer/architect, network/systems administrator, social media manager/administrator, computer systems architect/analyst, telecommunications engineering specialist, operations engineer/technician, graphic designer/desktop publisher, multimedia designer/animator, web designer, webmaster/administrator, IT project manager, network/systems support specialist, and more
- 15+ skills: Application management, blockchain, business acumen, business process management, C and C++, data mining, database administration, extensible languages, machine learning, network protocols, project management, scripting, software quality assurance, SQL, technical support, and more
This spending guide is delivered on a semiannual basis via a web-based interface for online querying and downloads. The following are the deliverables for this spending guide. For a complete delivery schedule, please contact an IDC sales representative.
- Annual five-year forecasts by job role, skill, industry, geography, and transformation type that are delivered twice a year
About This Spending Guide
IDC's Worldwide Technology Employment Impact Guide provides guidance on the expected technology opportunity around this market at a regional and total worldwide level. Segmented by industry, use case, and technology component, this guide provides IT vendors with insights into this rapidly growing market and how the market will develop over the coming year.