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Submission + - Job Postings for Python, NoSQL, Apache Hadoop Way Up This Year (dice.com)

Nerval's Lobster writes: Dice (yes, parent company, etc.) collects a ton of data from job postings. Its latest findings? The number of jobs posted for NoSQL experts has risen 54 percent year-over-year, ahead of postings for professionals skilled in so-called "Big Data" (up 46 percent), Apache Hadoop (43 percent), and Python (16 percent). Employers are also seeking those with expertise in Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) platforms, to the tune of 20 percent more job postings over the past twelve months; in a similar vein, postings for tech professionals with some cloud experience have leapt 27 percent in the same period. Nothing earth-shattering here, but it's perhaps interesting to note that, for all the hype surrounding some of these things, there's actually significant demand behind them.
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Job Postings for Python, NoSQL, Apache Hadoop Way Up This Year

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