It’s interesting to see how demand changes for the various IT skills in the job market. In an update to a similar slideshow from November 2010, Dice.com offers this insight into the jobs of today. Click through to see some of the most in-demand skills and their growth on the site in the past year.
Click through to see some of the most in-demand skills and their growth over the past year.
JDE-related postings have increased dramatically over the last 12 months. As of Oct. 1, 2011, there were 2,253 jobs listed on Dice.com, an increase of 312 percent.
Siebel postings increased 134 percent over the past year, with 2,707 jobs listed.
Though there’s much debate over exactly what this encompasses, postings that mention these skills grew on the site by 124 percent, with 2,643 jobs posted.
These skills grew in demand by 123 percent, with 4,723 jobs listed on Oct. 1.
The number of listings grew by 95 percent, with 3,923 jobs posted.
Listings for Android increased 93 percent, with 1,319 jobs posted on Oct. 1.
Mobile application postings also increased 92 percent, with 1,162 jobs listed.
The open-source Web framework, Ruby On Rails, showed an increase of 67 percent over the last year, with 1,880 jobs posted as of Oct 1.
SaaS-related listings increase 66 percent, with 1,326 jobs listed.
This area remains hot, with 2,406 jobs posted at the start of October — a growth of 61 percent.
Fifty-three percent more postings sought this programming language, with 10,357 jobs listed.
Postings related to Apple’s iPhone increased 53 percent over the last year, with 1,158 jobs posted.
Demand for skills with this technology grew by 52 percent, with 3,216 jobs posted on Dice.com on Oct. 1.
Job postings for Cisco Certified Network Associate increased 52 percent, with 1,267 jobs listed.
Postings related to Cascading Style Sheets increased 51 percent over the past year, with 6,623 jobs listed on Oct. 1.