Top remote roles for 2022 will likely leverage adaptability and efficiency

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A new report is out, listing the most in-demand skills predicted for 2022.

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HR services industry company Randstad Canada has released its annual career predictions for 2022, including the fastest growing roles, top 10 remote roles and highest paying roles for 2022.

The lists reflect the changes Canadians have experienced in their professional and personal worlds since the pandemic began in March 2020.

“Adaptability, efficiency and responsiveness are the key themes that will permeate throughout 2022 and will be important for organizations to embrace if they are to stand out from their competition and retain their competitive advantage,” said Patrick. Poulin, Group President, Randstad Canada.

“Again this year, we anticipate that job seekers will be spoiled for choice if they have the skills employers are looking for.”

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For job seekers who want to continue working from the comfort and safety of their home, the top 10 remote jobs to look for in 2022 require a range of different skills, from sales and marketing to software development, call center representatives, IT and administrative support, project management and accounting.

Top 10 remote work roles in 2022 will be call center representative, senior software developer, accountant, accountant, digital marketer, social media manager, data analyst, manager project manager, an administrative assistant and IT support.

The highest paying jobs in Canada in 2022 are expected to be Software Developer and Engineer, Financial Controller, Plant Manager, Application Programming Manager, Marketing Manager, Business Development Manager, Architect cloud computing, the director of IT operations, the electrical engineer and the construction project manager.

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The report says the fastest growing job roles in 2022 have changed as a result of the pandemic, and employers are looking for employees with both hard and irrelevant skills pre-COVID-19.

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Employees have adapted and now expect flexibility such as working from home from the employer, while some have a hybrid approach by coming to work a few days a week.

“Before the COVID-19 pandemic, remote work and flexible hybrid approaches tended to be benefits included by employers to sweeten job offers or offset salaries that weren’t quite competitive on the market. market. But the pandemic has changed how everyone views remote jobs,” Poulin said.

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“We’ve seen that companies can make these environments work. During the pandemic, companies have invested resources in developing processes and systems to enable and improve remote working. Workers and business leaders want to be able to work from home to stay to some degree. »

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