Over 4,000 expert opinions on what will be the most in demand skills, training, and technology.
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When the world came to a screeching halt in early 2020 we knew that the job market would go through significant changes. From the advent of Zoom interviews to the adoption of fully remote workplaces, finding a job looks significantly different now than it did ten months ago.
With that in mind, we set out to poll experts across industries and fields on how they see the job market changing. Specifically, we were interested in:
After months of work, we now have aggregated over 4,422 expert opinions across 23 industries and 806 job titles.
Aubrie Adams Ph.D.
What experience really stands out on Public Relations Manager resumes?
Chair, Associate Professor
Assistant Professor of Acting/Directing
Nebraska Wesleyan University
Angela Grotto Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Management
Tim Keenan Ph.D.
Assistant Professor Biomaterials Engineering
Johannes Moenius Ph.D.
William R. and S. Sue Johnson Endowed Chair of Spatial Economic Analysis and Regional Planning and Director of the Institute for Spatial Economic Analysis (ISEA) at the University of Redlands School of Business
University of Redlands
Magdy Farag Ph.D.
Professor and Chair
California State Polytechnic University, Pomona (Cal Poly Pomona)
Professor of Exercise Science
Kentucky Wesleyan College
We know that recent graduates are going to face additional headwinds graduating into the worst job market in a decade, so we asked our experts for additional guidance for young professionals.
While most experts don't see the impact of the pandemic lasting more than a few years at most, a few years can feel like an eternity – especially early in your career.
The experts provided thorough breakdowns of the pandemic's impact by industry to help you understand what you can do to jump start your career.