The Spanish job market has changed, 2020 weakened it, and despite the fact that it still reflects a deep recession, we can see tentative signs of recovery.
Businesses, which still face a situation of uncertainty, are striving to analyse what they need in order to stay active and competitive.
Within this panorama, an effective and efficient use of every resource available to us will result in great opportunities for our future.
One of the big questions is: what jobs will be needed the most as of 2021?
According to Adecco’s latest report , employers will be looking to hire Clinical Research Associates or CRA, electromechanical fitters, renewable energy operators, data analysts, commercial technicians for banks, audiovisual controllers, packaging specialists for distribution and food companies, and telemarketeers.
Environment, information and communication technologies (ICT), and tourism are the three sectors that will have a growing impact on employment over the next few years, even though technology will be present in all branches.
All fields of Engineering, from Civil to Systems and Software, as well as Environmental Engineering, will continue to demonstrate growth.
A recent LinkedIn report titled Job on the Rise, concluded that the pandemic has accelerated digital strategy and brought new skills and technology into sharp focus.
Researchers, engineers and specialists in machine learning are profiles that promise to show the most rapid growth.
This report by the popular social network underlines the importance of profiles in marketing and digital content creation, which require SEO, social media and marketing skills.
The rising demand for web developers will continue as a consequence of digital transformation initiatives by businesses since remote working and hiring have become another distinctive characteristic of these times.
A new era of globalisation and digitalisation is dawning in the world of employment, where languages will play a fundamental role along with translators and interpreters, who are required in order to respond to these new needs.