Workforce and Employment

These are the jobs people want most - and least - after the pandemic

An analysis of its US job postings since the start of the pandemic shows that jobseekers’ interest in sectors such as civil engineering and IT has soared. Image: Unsplash/ Corinne Kutz

Andrea Willige

Senior Writer, Formative Content

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Total job postings on Indeed by country. Image: Indeed

Job seeker interest patterns, by sector. Image: Indeed
Some occupations are booming while others lag. Image: Indeed

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Share of jobs that can be done at home. Image: NBER

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