Editorial Team

Udemy, a leading destination for learning and teaching online, today released the “July 2021 Workplace Learning Skills Index,” which identifies the most in-demand skills consumed by organizations globally in July. With access to workplace learning activity generated by learners on Udemy’s corporate product, Udemy Business, Udemy believes it is well positioned to identify skills as they gain momentum and provide timely courses employees need to stay ahead of the curve.

GRE (795%), Cellular Networking (265%), and Google Cloud Pro Architect (264%) were named as the top 3 trending skills in the country.

Talking about the monthly report, Irwin Anand, MD, Udemy India, said, “As the workplace is rapidly evolving and increasingly becoming hybrid, the expectations of employers are changing. These monthly reports highlight the top skills as per market trends, helping organisations and their employees prepare for the future and better position them for success.”

The top 10 skills in India for the month of July 2021 were as follows:

1. GRE – 795%

2. Cellular Networking – 265%

3. Google Cloud Pro Architect – 264%

4. CCNP Enterprise – 248%

5. Oracle Developer – 212%

6. WebdriverIO – 197%

7. Helm – 184%

8. RHCSA – 184%

9. Microsoft Exchange Server – 181%

10. TensorFlow – 159%

The UFB (Udemy Business) group analyses and shares data based on what employees all around the world are learning at work. It helps ascertain the relevant skills needed for the workplace by examining data points culminated from these learners.

The 2021 July Workplace Learning Skills Index is based on data from the learning behaviour of thousands of companies across the globe using the Udemy Business platform. Skills data compares the consumption of courses in the Udemy Business collection from June 2021 to July 2021. All courses are associated with topics, with each course having up to five topics. These topics are what you see as the trending skills within the report. For courses with multiple topics, consumption minutes are divided equally across all topics associated with those courses.

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