The 25 Hottest Skills of 2014 on LinkedIn

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LinkedIn, the biggest social media network for business and for recruiting new employees, post the top 25 hottest skills of 2014 on LinkedIn. There are a lot of new LinkedIn skills if you compare this 2014 top with the hottest skills that got people hired on LinkedIn in 2013.

As they said on their blog, with this top 25 hottest skills of 2014, the guys from Linkedin tried to answer the question: “Who’s getting hired and what are they doing?”

Below the 25 hottest skills of 2014 on LinkedIn, you can see a SlideShare with top skills in several countries like: United States, United Kingdom, Canada, Brazil, Australia, France, India, Netherlands, South Africa and United Arab Emirates.

 

The 25 Hottest Skills of 2014 on LinkedIn

 

1. Statistical Anlysis and Data Amining
2. Middleware and Integration Software
3. Storage Systems and Management
4. Network and Information Security
5. SEO / SEM Marketing
6. Business Intelligence
7. Mobile Development
8. Web Architecture and Development Framework
9. Algorithm Design
10. Perl / Python / Ruby
11. Data Engineering and Data Warehousing
12. Marketing Campaign Management
13. Mac, Linux and Unix Systems
14. User Interface Design
15. Recruiting
16. Digital and Online Marketing
17. Computer Graphics and Animation
18. Economics
19. Java Development
20. Channel Marketing
21. SAP ERP Systems
22. Integrated Circuit (IC) Design
23. Shell Scripting Languages
24. Game Development
25. Virtualization

 

Which of this 25 hottest skills do you already have on your LinkedIn profile?

 

See also: Tips on Getting the Most Out of Your LinkedIn Profile

 

Adi Domocos is the Founder of Hot in Social Media. After working for several years in different international companies from Marketing Manager to Country Manager, he decided to launch a site in a field he really loves: Social Media Marketing. He’s a social guy who tries to help and cheer up those around him. You can follow him on Google+ , Twitter and LinkedIn
  • Andrij Harasewych

    This post did nothing but repeat exactly what the LinkedIn blog had up. Original content is the way to go, not regurgitated content.

  • Andrij, I appreciate your criticism spirit but, this post is not meant to be a long story, is just a simple and interesting news for people who have a LinkedIn account, in special.