The professions assistant supermarket manager, IC nurse and bicycle courier are the most promising professions this year, according to the Randstad employment agency. Of course, this is largely due to the prevailing corona crisis. Due to the many delivery meals, there is an urgent need for more pizza bakers, for example.
Apart from the effects of corona, ICT and technology still offer more structural vacancies than other fields. There is also a continuing high demand for personnel in construction, education, analysis & research and healthcare. The list that Randstad publishes annually serves as inspiration for job seekers or job changers.
Shortages in care, technology and ICT
Despite the pandemic, the employment agency recognizes disciplines with a structurally more supply of vacancies compared to the number of jobseekers. This can offer many opportunities for job seekers.
There are staff shortages, especially in healthcare, technology and ICT. There is a demand in healthcare for carers, nurses, ICU nurses and care personnel at home. All in all, a lot of vacancies.
According to Randstad, this tension between supply and demand that occurs in some sectors will continue for the time being. In the next ten years, a shortage of about 100,000 people in sectors with shortages is expected. Furthermore, the aging population and technology also lead to a greater demand for personnel.
Most wanted professions
Are you curious which jobs are most sought after in which sectors? Then read on quickly. The three hottest jobs are listed for each discipline. In the Administrative, secretarial and HR sector, the following jobs are most sought after: technical administrative assistant, project assistant and roster maker / planner.
- Devops engineer
- Data engineer
- Security specialist
- French teacher
- Teacher of Dutch
- Teacher NaSk (Nature / Chemistry)
- Machine technician
- Cabinet maker
- Home help incl. Adl assistant (general daily life activities)
- Caregiver (individual healthcare)
- IC nurse
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