Job Applicants Flock to Remote, Flexible Positions
These positions are attracting seven times the applicants than in-person roles
Even as pandemic restrictions ease and more people return to the office, flexible and remote jobs are more popular than ever.
New research from CareerBuilder found that jobs allowing employees to work from home full or part-time saw seven times more applications than in-person roles last month. The jobs span industries and experience levels: Tax manager, Spanish tutor and therapist were among the most popular positions.
"People are not going to return to work the way they have in the past," said Kristin Kelley, chief marketing officer at CareerBuilder. "Flexibility is the new norm and expectation from employees — we're going to see this trend continue in the months ahead."
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