The most in-demand job skill in South Africa

The latest CareerJunction Index report reveals the most in-demand skill sets in the South African job market.

By - March 17, 2016 Share on LinkedIn
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The latest CareerJunction Index (CJI) report reveals that software development is currently the most in-demand skill in the South African job market.

The CJI uses data gathered from the CareerJunction website to represent labour dynamics in South Africa.

According to the report, programmers and software developers are on the forefront of market demand.

“This is especially true for programmers with dNet or C# skills, who are most sought after,” stated the CJI report.

Other skills in high demand are middle and department management in the business market, and admin clerks.

There is also a high demand for operations managers, production managers, finance managers, sales managers, and HR managers.

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