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banking and accounting
Finance and accounting jobs remain strong moving into 2022, and the trend should continue beyond next year. Employers of all types are looking for accounting professionals who can help manage bottom lines, ensure regulatory and tax compliance, and handle day-to-day tasks like paying invoices on time.
Even before the pandemic, STEM shortages made it difficult for employers in engineering sectors to find talent that matched their needs, and that trend is set to continue. As a result, employers are investing in initiatives to upscale workers, hire qualified immigrants and connect with talent outside of their own corner of New Zealand.
Customer support jobs remain strong after a period of post-lockdown recoveries. Many businesses are tracking lessons learned from the pandemic and making plans to reduce losses and disruption should another widespread event occur. To that end, qualified customer service reps may find remote work is more open to them in 2022 than it ever was before COVID-19.
Educators across the sector have been impacted by the lockdowns caused by COVID-19, it's been a difficult few years. Now with lockdowns, nearly a thing of the past, schools, pre-schools and daycares are open once more. This has caused a sharp uptake in demand for a number of roles in early education and schools.
Those with experience can quickly find new positions and even those coming into the sector can find training pathways that can help quickly develop careers in education.
government and public sector
The COVID-19 pandemic has thrown the world into turmoil. State governments, which are responsible for administering healthcare and education, are working around the clock to ensure Kiwis have access to essential services.
Public service workers are needed in areas such as benefits administration, social services, public health, education, and IT development, to maintain access to critical services and connect New Zealanders with the support they need during this difficult time.
Information technology jobs remain in demand as businesses across all sectors turn to tech to support growth. The COVID-19 pandemic pushed this sector to the forefront of employer thinking as companies were forced to respond to lockdowns by applying creative, tech-based solutions to make remote work and other new processes work.
the five super skills that can land you your dream job
In a world that’s changing before our eyes as a result of digital transformation, innately human capabilities such as adaptability and problem-solving are more prized by employers than ever.
So, what are the top five ‘super skills’ that can help you stand out as a candidate in 2022?
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is hybrid working a boon or bad news for jobseekers?
COVID-19 has changed the world of work forever by accelerating the shift to hybrid working – part of the time in the office, part of the time working remotely from home and maybe other times on the move.
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