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Emsi’s 2022 Talent Playbook – Technological innovations are radically changing who companies are hiring

Technological innovations are radically changing who companies are hiring. As technology involved in arenas like automation, cybersecurity, and cloud services advances at ever-increasing speeds, companies are looking for future-ready workers.

Key Takeaways

Technological innovations are radically changing who companies are hiring.

As technology involved in arenas like automation, cybersecurity, and cloud services advances at ever-increasing speeds, companies are looking for future-ready workers.

Remote work is radically changing where companies are hiring.

As large swathes of the workforce move online, companies are expanding their hiring efforts to regions well beyond their own.

Talent shortages are forcing companies to adjust compensation packages.

As the struggle to find talent continues, companies are raising wages, as well as turning to creative incentives like tuition assistance and onsite training

Top Skills

Social Impact Roles
In addition to the skills and occupations already mentioned, there have been notable trends in hiring for…

(1) Diversity/equity/inclusion (DEI) jobs
(2) Environmental/social/governance (ESG) and
sustainable finance jobs
(3) Green jobs


Chosen excerpts by Job Market Monitor. Read the whole story @ 2022 Talent Playbook – Emsi

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