The current global job market is being rapidly reshaped by artificial intelligence (AI). It is predicted that AI might eliminate almost 85 million jobs by 2025. However, the 97 million new AI-related jobs that are expected to be created will more than offset this job displacement. Most likely, there will be a new set of technical skills needed for these jobs, so people must become educated on this technology in order to be hired, or risk becoming unemployed.
As of August 2023, there were an astounding 75,685 AI-related job advertisements in the United States, placing the US in the top spot for AI recruiting. AI job vacancies make up at least 1.5% of all job ads in every U.S. state. However, California and Texas have the highest demand out of all the states, with tens of thousands of AI job postings.
Data scientists, software developers, and computer and research information scientists are among the key occupations that are expected to experience significant increase in the realm of AI-related jobs. In order to become prepared to obtain these jobs, it is necessary that applicants have a solid technological education that includes understanding machine learning and natural language processing.