15 growth areas according to Linkedin

Linkedin is a platform that brings together professionals and employers from various fields in a space for exchange, opportunities and trends.

Recently, the site released a list of the 15 most promising professions of the moment.

If you want to be aware of the best opportunities in the market, check out the list below!

E-commerce-related professionals

The online sales market had a 73% growth in the hiring of e-commerce professionals according to the Linkedin social network.

E-commerce is expected to grow even more in 2021 and those who work in this sector will certainly be in evidence for the high hiring demand.

Loan Specialists

The fall in interest rates and the need for loans for various sectors has caused the search for professionals specializing in lending to increase. 

Compared to 2019, there has been a 59% increase in searches for these professionals according to the Linkedin platform.

Health care team

With the worsening of a global health crisis, the search for healthcare professionals goes beyond doctors and nurses, encompassing other specialists as well.

Care teams act as a support by mediating medical care and organizing records. In this sector, the increase in searches was 34%.

Business development and sales

“Reinventing” is the buzzword of the moment, and business development and sales professionals are essential to help companies get through periods of crisis.

This explains the 45% growth in searches for these professionals according to the social network.

Diversity specialists

Political positioning has been a demand imposed by consumers that companies need to adopt every day more. 

Therefore, diversity specialists are being increasingly sought out with the aim of analyzing social contexts and advancing business plurality. 

The increase in the hiring of these professionals reached 90% in the last year.

Digital marketing professionals

There are few companies that risk continuing to operate these days without investing in digital marketing.

Therefore, professionals who work in various ways within this market are increasingly sought after and valued, and the growth in hiring has increased by 33%.


Again, the health crisis has impacted the growth in the search for health care professionals.

Nurses, who are responsible for caring for patients either in hospitals or in other spaces such as schools, companies, and special care centers, have been more in demand.

Education professionals

Although education has turned to distance learning, forcing teachers, technicians, and researchers to adapt to a new reality, the search for these professionals has increased significantly.

The demand for tutors and support professionals has also been growing, and the increase has reached 20%.

Content creators

One of the cornerstones of digital marketing, content creation is also on the rise, and with it the creators that bring consumers and brands closer together.

With the arrival of the pandemic, this interaction needed to be tightened even further, resulting in a 49% increase in demand for content creation professionals.

Career and personal coaches

Many professionals are looking for help to reinvent themselves professionally as well as personally.

As a result, the demand for people to serve as a coach for this new stage has increased by more than 50%.

IT engineers

If work, education and consumption have been able to migrate to digital media to a large extent, this is thanks to the work of skilled IT professionals.

So software developers are being sought out 25% more to optimize business processes, but also to create platforms for entertainment and messaging.

Mental health professionals

With the sudden and abrupt changes experienced in the face of the pandemic, attention must be paid not only to physical health, but also to mental health.

For this reason, the search for professionals such as psychologists, therapists, counselors, and others in this field increased by 24%.

User Experience Experts

To ensure the smooth operation and use of technological tools, usability is essential.

With the increased adoption of programs and applications, user experience professionals have become up to 20% more in demand.

Data science specialists

Data capture, storage, and interpretation is an ever-growing industry.

With the arrival of the pandemic, the search for data scientists increased even more and registered a 46% increase.

Artificial Intelligence Professionals

Finally, artificial intelligence, which was already on the rise, appears as an even greater need and accelerates the search for professionals in the area, reaching a 32% increase

By analyzing this list, it is possible to verify that the future of work is closely linked to technological advances, but some services, mainly health-related, tend to be increasingly personalized and individualized.

These innovations reflect directly on the way we work, and shared offices tend to grow more and more.

Get to know the solutions that Easy Work Space can offer you and get ready for the new work trends.