As the world becomes ever more digital and new technologies drive changes across all industries, tech jobs continue to be in demand. The top jobs in this sector require skills and experience relevant to data and security, scrum and agile development and e-commerce. An overall shift to remote and hybrid work is a perk for many of the best jobs in technology, and the reliance on these models for all types of positions increase the need for tech professionals adept at supporting cloud computing. 

Skills shortages continue to emerge, which may drive up salaries in the sector in the coming year. Discover more about the best jobs in technology for 2022 below.

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top logistics skills

1. project management professional (PMP)

PMP certification is popular because it lets employers know you have the knowledge and skills necessary to lead or support a variety of projects. The certification includes a variety of approaches, including agile.

2. certified information security professional (CISSP)

CISSP certifications are granted by the International Information System Security Certification Consortium. You need five or more years of relevant experience and must pass an examination and complete an endorsement process.

3. certified scrummaster (CSM)

Certified ScrumMaster certification is fairly entry-level. You don't necessarily need a lot of experience to add this certification to your resume, and it demonstrates to employers that you have a good working knowledge of how scrum development projects work.

4. certified information security manager (CISM)

A CISM certification helps demonstrate for potential employers that you have the right skills, experience and knowledge to safeguard their systems. You do need relevant experience and have to pass an exam to get this certification. 

5. cisco certified network associate (CCNA)

A CCNA credential on your resume tells employers you can hit your feet running when it comes to Cisco network tasks. The exam is fairly robust and requires a wide range of networking knowledge, making it a good differentiator among applicants.

6. certified information systems auditor (CISA)

A CISA certification indicates that you are prepared to design and implement technical audit strategies for an organization. Since only around half of all test-takers pass this exam, getting it on your resume can help you stand out among other candidates.

7. information assurance management (IAM)

This certification is often a mandatory requirement when employers are looking for security analysts or others who will work with the security of data and networks.

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