These 15 jobs are on the rise, according to LinkedIn

Some career categories exhibited especially robust hiring rates between April and October 2020.

The unemployment numbers may be dismal, but there are still jobs to be had. In fact, if the pandemic taught us anything, it’s that companies that pivoted to provide essential services (and not just in healthcare or retail—although those are important) have created hundreds of jobs.

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