The job search trends in 2012

The year 2012 may have portended towards bad things to happen according to the Mayan calendar, but when it comes to employment opportunities and job search, there’s good news. Research reports have stated that the labor markets are on the uprising and that point towards the creation of more and better jobs. There might be a global economic meltdown lurking in the dark corner, but companies in the IT sector are going on a recruitment spree to ensure that the productivity in the market stays stable and solid.

  • Healthcare rules the roost – According to many research reports and statistical analysis findings, the healthcare sector seems to be the major industry creating job opportunities in 2012. This is certainly good news for those who are weave dreams of becoming doctors, nurses and advanced medical practitioners. The European and Asian markets are the biggest benefactors of this surge in job opportunities in the health care sector.
  • Mobile technology and social media a close second – Social media is one sector that completely dominated the year of 2011. And it looks like the same scenario is going to take place in 2012 as well. Social media jobs and mobile technology employment vacancies are expected to be on the rise in 2012. Some of the job positions for which interviews are likely to be held are software engineer, web developer, iOS developer and systems administrator.
  • Retail and IT – As mentioned earlier, jobs in retail and IT are still expected to be favorable among the masses as giant IT and retail firms are going on a crazy recruitment spree to collect the best professionals for their top jobs. Asian markets like India and China are also showing sustained increase in the job trends in these sectors.

The year 2012 is looking to be good especially for those who will be passing out from colleges. It is hoped that recessionary and meltdown trends will recede to boost the labor markets.

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  1. Cleaner Jobs says:

    Nice article regarding job search trends in 2012!