Not only in 2021, forever for the future.

This is my “Aaahaa” moment for me as a writer. Simultaneously, I started understanding, just over the last 2 or 3 months, don’t be too ruthless to acquire skills. Have a look, what is the requirement?

Consciously writing, I am not blind-folded by the skills acquisition. But let’s have a look, what is going on and what are the changes required from 2020 to 2021 beyond at some point forever too. And what we need to change.

Whether it could work/apply to your profession or you could have a wider passion to learn something more skills.

I do have some procedure to start when it comes to sharing the skills that I started doing every year or from my most of the recent posts. These are skills which I gonna share from few multiple sources.

I purely hate to put a word by stating, “Disclaimer” as a writer to my readers. I more often would sincerely suggest and fairly, even more wisely to my readers. I am not disrupting my readers by giving the skills. If you (readers) in your profession is, so far, too good. Fine. I congratulate. Please Go-Ahead.

If you are interested to look further the skills below which I sorted. Please have a look.

Here we need to look, this era, digital and data economy are far more booming. I have an opinion to my readers, there are some of the skills that we should learn, not from the strategic point of view. Certain hard and softs skills sometimes works in our profession or in any vantage point in our profession.

To me personally, the above scenario has been working. Along with my sincerity in writing, precisely, I do engage more and more in Economics, Entrepreneurship, Linguistics, Statistics and Data Science and Machine Learning. Here I’m not gonna say most of the skills I must learn. Rather some of the required skills/mandatory skills that supposed to work such as communication, writing, critical thinking, leadership, collaborativeness, intensive research, data handling, math and statistics and programming.

Not finally, I would say we should have the innate mind-set/skill is being open-minded and adapt to learn whatever new stuff and arising critical questions and giving smart solutions is the most required too.

The reality is, I too deeply struggle from the aforementioned lines.

So, we should take a project/case studies and we need to apply the above skills in order to evaluate our own results. I think, this is the practical way we can start from our own companies/organizations by asking voluntarily or if you are a freelancer, please make your own initiative.

All right. Skills comes here.

I will paste the sources links down below. I would sincerely encourage you all to read full post and visit further.

The research surveyed 23,000 respondents and uncovered the skills which organisations are most in need of over the next 12 months. These are:

Communication and interpersonal skills (needed by 55%)

Ability to adopt change (53%)

Problem-solving (45%)

Flexibility and adaptability (43%)

People management skills (41%)

Despite these skills being most in demand by employers, they differ considerably to the skills which employees want to develop in order to progress their career. These are:

People management skills (37%)

Communication and interpersonal skills (29%)

Critical thinking (29%)

Negotiation (27%)

Judgement and decision-making skills (26%)

Only communication and interpersonal skills make it into both lists, highlighting that there is a clear mismatch between the skills organisations are in need of and those employees want to develop.

Don’t Forget Soft Skills as You Plan for 2021 and Beyond

Here are some other soft skills to consider refining as you solidify your career:


Ambiguity Acceptance

Asking for Help




Risk Approach (or Courage)

Deepening Your Soft Skills

Most in Demand Tech Skills for 2021 and Why You Should Learn Them

Top Tech Skills That Can Boost Your Career

1. Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning.

2. Cloud Computing.

3. Cybersecurity.

4. Full Stack Development.

5. AR and VR.

6. Blockchain.

Cybersecurity Skills: Which Ones Are Needed For 2021?

Now, heading into 2021, which are the cybersecurity skills that matter the most, and which ones can offer professionals an edge—whether it’s getting a job, applying for a promotion or looking to for a pay bump? Here’s a look at some of the most prominent:



Cloud Skills

Speaking of Hackers…

Soft Skills

IT careers: 10 critical skills to master in 2021

Looking to make the right investments in your IT career? We asked IT leaders and career experts to share the tech and core skills most likely to be in high demand in 2021

It’s always wise for IT pros to keep learning and advancing their skills, but how do you make the right investments in your career when you don’t know what the future holds? We asked IT leaders and career experts to share the skills that are most likely to be in high demand in 2021. Development in these areas is a smart bet for IT career advancement in the year ahead.

1. Core leadership skills.

2. AI and machine learning.

3. Video conferencing.

4. Communication.

5. Cybersecurity and data science.

6. Core skills (a.k.a. soft skills).

7. Project management.

8. Data skills.

9. Virtual collaboration.

10. Digital transformation-related skills.

Top Hard Skills to Put on a Resume (And How to Improve Yours)

Employers often look for particular hard skills when reviewing resumes and interviewing candidates for an open position. Knowing how to successfully portray these skills on your resume and in the interview can increase your chances of getting the job. Here we discuss the top hard skills to put on a resume, how to highlight them and how to improve yours.

The following are examples of a few of the most in-demand hard skills broken down into individual categories:

Communication skills

Computer technology

Data analysis


These are the top 10 job skills of tomorrow – and how long it takes to learn them


Reimagining the future of skills: what do young people think?

1. Modern skills, not old fashioned curricula.

2. Soft skills are key.

3. Digital connectivity and digital learning

4. Reach vulnerable communities.


With respect.

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