What are the hot jobs that are likely to be in demand in 2014 and beyond? According to global executive search firm, CTPartners, executives with skills in big data and analytics are among those who will find employers queuing up for their services, while the related area of cloud services will also see significant growth.
CTPartners 18th annual Hot Jobs report also predicts that the explosion of online education in the past two years will continue as individuals and organizations leverage the massive amount of learning content available online, while cybersecurity will remain a top priority in the wake of the NSA scandal.
In financial services – aside from the ever-present impact of big data - compliance will continue to be a major preoccupation , while in asset management, rising above the noise of competitors is key as firms use an increasing number of ways to reach customers. And it's a similar story in insurance, which is only now beginning to embrace digital media and consumer research and so will be seeking executives who can drive and implement data-centric strategies around product development, customer acquisition and customer service.
The full list gives a good sense of the direction that the executive jobs market is taking.
Chief Information Officer
Board Director, Digital
Chief Digital Officer, Head of eCommerce/Omni-Channel
Chief Marketing Officer
Chief Risk Officer/Cybersecurity/Information Security Officer
Online Education Executive
VP, M-Commerce, Retail
Managing Director, Data Scientist/Data Analytics Leader
Chief Creative Officer, Media/Television
Head of Compliance
Head of Strategic & Integrated Marketing, Asset Management
Director, Alternative Products Distribution, Asset Management/Private Wealth
CFO/Finance Director, China
Chief Digital Officer/Head of Digital, Insurance
CEO/GM, Population Health Management or Integrated Care Management, Healthcare
Chief Strategy Officer
VP Market Access
Chief Human Resources Officer (CHRO)
Head of HR Analytics
HR Director, Social/Labor Relations