With that in mind, we look to a report on the jobs that grew leaps and bounds over the past five years. These fast-growing jobs—as tracked by LinkedIn, a jobs and careers-focused media platform—give us an indication of what the future may hold for our workforce. An important topic, as the Bureau of Labor Statistics estimates that the U.S. economy will add 11.5 million jobs by 2026. When LinkedIn looked at the skill sets that the machine-learning engineers its platform had, it noticed that some were more prevalent than others. The most prevelent skills listed were, in order of prevalence: machine-learning , research, algorithms, software, and deep learning.