Not surprisingly, in a year that was quite robust for tech start-ups, programming abilities were a huge draw. However, the number one was "social media marketing." Add that to your profile, stat. It's not a lie...you spend hours on Facebook, right?
Mad social media skills was followed by mobile development, cloud and distributed computing, Perl/Python/Ruby, and statistical analytics and data mining. While many of the entries on the full list are very computer-science based, it's interesting to note which other skills wormed their way into the top spots. In addition to social marketing, business development/relationship management, user testing, and PR were listed as skills that made employers look twice. So, basically, if you're not so good with code, you better be a people person.
Check out the full list over on LinkedIn, then try and update your profile with this info before everyone else beats you to it.