In just a matter of weeks, the U.S. saw its record-low unemployment change drastically due to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. How have various industries been impacted? What key jobs and skills have grown in demand during the crisis? These are some of the questions explored in Randstad Sourceright’s U.S. COVID-19 talent impact analysis report.
“With this analysis, organizations can gain a detailed, data driven picture of the skills landscape during the pandemic,” said Sue Marcus, regional president at Randstad Sourceright North America. “We’ve also taken a qualitative look at the mindsets and behaviors of candidates working in these job families to provide companies with a more complete talent picture and help them shape their recruitment strategies.”
According to the report, the demand for clinical research associates and trial managers has risen by 46%, driven by efforts from pharmaceutical firms to develop a coronavirus vaccine. The demand for assistant store managers has also increased, as retailers have to ensure that essential goods are well stocked.
Read the full article in HR Daily Advisor for additional insights on the changing talent demand in the United States. You can also get your exclusive copy of “How is key talent in the US impacted by COVID-19?” for more data on the different job families, roles and skill levels to help you make smart hiring decisions over the next few months.
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