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New era for employment

Our professor in the Master in HR Management, Pedro Navarro Rull, Technical Labor Counselor at the Andalusian Employment Service, writes to us about employment in the face of this situation we are experiencing: A new era for employment.

The labor market in the COVID-19 era is forcing us to adapt to a new reality in which we are going to have to deploy new skills that will allow us to maintain employment or look for a new one with greater guarantees.

At the same time, in order to function in this new labor market, we must develop our own personalized qualification plan and explore those employment channels that are linked to the predetermined professional objective.

From this contextualization, opting for a job requires assuming an inevitable process of reinvention (forced or sought) and research that allows us to detect which are the new sources of employment connected to that professional objective.

In this new era for employment, traditional “touched” sectors such as tourism or automobiles and others are already appearing, which are generating work. These are some of those localized sectors that will create jobs:

  • Demographics and data analysis (data analysts, data architect, etc.)
  • Green, agricultural and food distribution sectors.
  • Logistics (order management, route designer, etc.)
  • Health and social care (virtual healthcare, biostatisticians, drug and vaccine researchers, etc.)
  • Education (remote teacher, expert in new training spaces, etc.)
  • Security (surveillance, access and temperature control, etc.)
  • Cleaning services (disinfection specialists and operators).
  • Technology and communications (teleoperators, automations, teleworking application developer...)

And of course, the HR sector will be another that will generate employment opportunities. If COVID-19 has shown anything, it is that HR professionals have played a key role in taking on the challenge of managing human capital in a highly complex business and economic context.

These are some of the occupations linked to HR that will be relevant in the COVID-19 era:

  • Talent Aggregator.
  • Outplacement Consultants.
  • Coordinator of Wellbeing and Health at Work.
  • Personal Brand Advisor.
  • Teleworking Consultant.
  • Coaching Specialists.

New times, new opportunities!

Discover in our Master in HR Management, all the possibilities that we can offer you.

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