Last year, Monster noted the busiest month for job hunting was January; it typically is. Of course, everyone is looking for something different but Indeed has reported that certain search terms repeatedly came up throughout the year. The research found that user searches of “tech and software” grew by 467 percent from the previous year, “remote/work from home” by 385 percent and “no experience required” by 1140 percent.
Experts believe “no experience required” searches may point to the fact that it is a strong labor market and candidates know they can be trained on the job for many careers. “Remote/work from home” searches show just how valuable a career with a flexible schedule is to job seekers. Moreover, a report from Monster that named the 10 most frequently posted jobs validates that tech jobs are popular. Both applications software developer and computer user support specialist made the cut.
To discover other popular job search terms and learn how to be recognized among jobseekers looking for the same career prospect as you, read NBC News’ original article “What 2017 Search Trends Tell Us About the Current Job Market.”