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25% of the students registered in the certified training program

By- Sunidhi Beeliya

Internshala Trainings, the e-learning arm of Internshala, recently brought out a report highlighting young graduates' interest to acquire stock market trading and investment skills. The platform has registered an 8X increase in enrolments in their beginner's trading certification training from 2016 to 2021.

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UI designers work on websites, mobile apps, games, and other tech-driven products to create a positive visual experience for their customers.

By- Sunidhi

The field of UI/UX focuses on product development and involves roles that are both creatively and technologically driven. UI (user interface) involves the usage of images, typography, colours, and other visually appealing elements to create the look and feel of a product. On the other hand, UX (user experience) deals with the technical aspects of a product, understands the users' journey, solves their problems, and works on what happens behind the screen. While hiring experts in the field, vacancies usually list UI and UX requirements under a single role and want someone to work simultaneously on both. Although there are various similarities between the two, few additional skills are needed for a UI expert to work on UX and vice-versa. As the key focus of every business is to build a customer-centric product, career opportunities for UI/UX experts are growing rapidly. Listed below are a few interesting roles in UI/UX that can help you satisfy your passion and apply your skills for product development and secure lucrative pay in 2021.

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2025 humans and machines are predicted to spend equal amounts of time at work. Pixabay

Close to 40 percent of workers worldwide think their job could disappear in five years, six in 10 are worried that machines would take over their jobs, and by 2025 humans and machines are predicted to spend equal amounts of time at work, according to a report published by the World Economic Forum (WEF).

Based on a survey of 32,000 workers conducted by consulting giant PwC in 19 countries, Xinhua news agency quoted the report as saying on Thursday that half of the respondents were optimistic about their future. The survey also highlighted that 60 percent of the respondents were worried about the effects of automation and 56 percent thought that fewer people would obtain long-term employment in the future.

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79 percent are confident about the strength of their CVs. Pixabay

While the job market still looks bleak in India after a pandemic-hit 2020, the world’s professional network LinkedIn said on Wednesday it has seen a 10 percent growth in members with the title ‘founders’ or ‘co-founder’ on their profiles on the platform. Entrepreneurship looked up for Indian professionals last year.

“This uptick in new entrepreneurs was particularly strong in the fields of mental healthcare, e-learning, and online media,” according to the latest LinkedIn ‘Workforce Confidence Index’. “Skills are expected to become the new professional ‘currency’ this year as workers from different generations rely on learning new skills to future-proof their careers, at a time when industries continue to strengthen their remote operations,” said Ashutosh Gupta, India Country Manager, LinkedIn.

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