Trends & Research Articles

  • Companies Continue to Speak Up as the Conversation on LinkedIn Shifts to Injustice

    July 1, 2020

    The conversation led by companies on LinkedIn has shifted dramatically in recent months: from business-as-usual in January, to COVID-19 and remote work in March, to racial injustice in June. With a pandemic, recession, and anti-racist movement reshaping our world, companies aren’t staying quiet. They’re posting more than usual, according to LinkedIn data — and...

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    The Most In-Demand Jobs for June 2020

    June 18, 2020

    As COVID-19 lockdowns begin to lift, job seeking has surged back to pre-pandemic levels. And while hiring has only just started to recover, there’s still substantial and growing demand for a number of jobs. Learning about the hottest jobs can be crucial for employers: If you’re hiring, it’s good to know where you’ll face the most competition, and can help manage...

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    Job Viewing Returns to Pre-COVID-19 Rates, But Varies By Industry

    June 15, 2020

    Job posting and job viewing both declined sharply at the onset of the COVID-19 outbreak. While job posting and hiring rates haven’t recovered, new LinkedIn data shows job seeking surging back to pre-pandemic levels — by mid-May, job views were only 4% lower than they were back in January. With millions out of work and fewer openings to go around, the number of...

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    Most HR Professionals Say They Can Effectively Work from...

    June 11, 2020

    Not everybody has been able to shift to telework, and some of those who are working remotely still struggle with the technology,...

  • The 10 Most In-Demand Entry-Level Jobs

    June 4, 2020

    The class of 2020’s entry into the workforce has been untraditional, to say the least. In-person graduation ceremonies have gone...

  • Regions that currently have the most open jobs for nurses  1. New York City Area 2. Boston Area 3. San Francisco Bay Area 4. Los Angeles Area 5. Seattle Area 6. Chicago Area 7. Dallas/Forth Worth Area 8. Washington D.C. Metro Area 9. Detroit Area 10. Atlanta Area  *Based on LinkedIn data

    An Inside Look at Healthcare Hiring in the U.S. Right Now

    May 19, 2020

    It was early March when Shane Jackson first felt the impact of COVID-19. His healthcare staffing agency, Jackson Healthcare, was...