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Though the New Year has passed, many people are still focused on professional development and gaining the skills needed to thrive in the workforce in 2021. According to The Future of Jobs Report from the World Economic Forum (WEF), technology skills will be in high demand across industries. In particular, skills related to data, artificial intelligence, and cloud computing will be sought-after in the years to come, along with business and soft skills such as analytical thinking and creativity. With this in mind, MoocLab has curated a list of courses to help learners stay professionally competitive in 2021 and beyond.

20 Courses to Take in 2021
  1. AI for Everyone: Master the Basics from IBM via edX
  2. AI for Everyone from DeepLearning.AI via Coursera
  3. CS50’s Introduction to Artificial Intelligence with Python from Harvard University via edX
  4. Introduction to Data Science from IBM via edX
  5. Big Data, Artificial Intelligence, and Ethics from UC Davis via Coursera
  6. Creative Problem Solving from the University of Minnesota via Coursera
  7. Data-Driven Decision Making from PwC via Coursera
  8. Data Analytics for Decision Making: An Introduction to Using Excel from Bond University via FutureLearn
  9. How to Manage a Remote Team from via Coursera
  10. Exercising Leadership: Foundational Principles from Harvard University via edX
  11. Project Management: Beyond the Basics from The Open University via FutureLearn
  12. Introduction to Cloud Computing from IBM via Coursera
  13. Basics of Computing and Programming from New York University (NYU) via edX
  14. Programming for Everybody (Getting Started with Python) from the University of Michigan via Coursera
  15. Computer Programming for Everyone from University of Leeds via FutureLearn
  16. Learn to Code for the Web from University of Leeds via FutureLearn
  17. Viral Marketing and How to Craft Contagious Content from the University of Pennsylvania via Coursera
  18. Introduction to Business Management from King’s College London via FutureLearn
  19. Work Smarter, Not Harder: Time Management for Personal & Professional Productivity from UC Irvine via Coursera
  20. Learning How to Learn from UC San Diego and McMaster University via Coursera