These are the most in-demand professions, according to Randstad: HR manager, mechanic and IT specialist

Due to the enormous shortage on the labor market, there are more and more professions with a high chance of a job. This is reported by the Randstad employment agency in its annual list of promising professions. This year, the HR manager, IT specialist, landscaper, installer and technician are high on the list. There is also a high demand for pedagogical employees, health care psychologists (GZ psychologists), delivery staff and customer service employees.

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Randstad expects that with the current shortage on the labor market, also due to strong economic growth and an aging population, more people will get moving. The content of the work and the remuneration are important motivations for changing jobs. Many developments affect job prospects

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According to Randstad, employers will “have to pull out all the stops” to find or retain staff. According to the broadcaster, the development of the coronavirus also plays a role.

But developments in the field of technology, climate and politics may also have a major impact on the job prospects, according to Randstad. In doing so, the temporary employment group refers to the agreements contained in the coalition agreement, but also to the growing importance of cybersecurity and the commitment required for the energy transition.

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According to Randstad, most vacancies are structurally open in technology, ICT, healthcare and education. Furthermore, the pandemic has created a high demand for dedicated personnel such as testers, customer service representatives and delivery drivers. The question is whether this is temporary. According to Randstad, it is also important to bring supply and demand better together.

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Author: Jobly