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Looking for a job? Here are sectors seeing increasing demand for workers

One sector is healthcare.

In the last three months, there has been an increasing demand for professionals in the healthcare sector and the hospitality and tourism field,  job portal Indeed has found.

Since May, job postings for physicians and surgeons have increased 52.6%, whilst those looking for nurses rose by 11.7%. 

Meanwhile, postings in the hospitality and tourism sector are up by 16.1% over the past three months. 

Other sectors that have seen a rise in hiring are insurance (+13.0%), veterinary (+10.5%) and real estate (+10.4%). 

From the new postings, Indeed observed a decline in remote opportunities.

By the end of August, the percentage of postings indicating or explicitly mentioning phrases such as "work remotely" or "work from home" was at 5.2, a decline from the 11.1% seen in early December.

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