Some thoughts about what skills are becoming more valuable:
The best jobs are getting more cross-functional: know business, marketing, product, design, stats, AI. You don’t need to know all at expert levels, but being ignorant stops you from delivering.
AI - knowing enough about stats and machine learning to know how to structure a problem, pitfalls, and enablers. Knowing a problem is a bad fit (not enough data to predict) is a good start.
Knowing a technical skill, and bringing to it knowledge of sales, relationship management, storytelling, and /or business strategy, is a compelling combo.
To the point above, as much automation as there is today, enterprise and consumer business both are ultimately serving and selling to a person. Being able to understand that person’s needs, and persuade them, is a key skill. On the receiving end of enterprise sales, there are not enough people with a great combo of technical depth and sales depth to go around.