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Jobs on the Rise on LinkedIn

LinkedIn identified the fastest growing positions globally after 2020 with the research conducted for the Future of Jobs Report. It enlightened us more about the types of jobs that employers are looking for. They announced 100 roles known as “Jobs on the Rise” that are growing consistently and globally.

Employment Impact of New Sectors: ILO and OECD Data

ILO and OECD data show that new sectors that enter our lives employ more people. “Jobs on the Rise” data also points us to specific types of businesses experiencing significant growth.

This data organizes the 100 jobs on the rise by broad types:

1- Rising Roles in the Participation Sector

At the top of the list is the Participation sector with 22 out of 100 roles. The inclusion of roles such as Sales Development Representatives, Director of Growth, and Customer Success Engineer in this group means an increased focus on expanding customer groups and growth models. In addition, these business groups are of strategic importance for companies to strengthen their customer relations and reach new markets. This shows that businesses are paying more attention to customer satisfaction and growth strategies.

2- Human Resources and Talent Acquisition

Human Resources and Talent Acquisition roles are the second most popular. Most of these are related to: Talent Acquisition and Recruitment, with Information Technology being a specific role for Recruitment. HR and talent acquisition have gained importance with digitalization and technological developments. Specific roles such as Information Technology Recruiting reflect the impact of technology on human resources management. Talent Acquisition and Recruitment roles play a strategic role for companies to attract and retain qualified employees.

3- Technology and IT Related Roles

It shows that technology and IT-related roles account for 16 of 100 jobs on the rise, the third highest among all job groupings. The high number of roles in this category shows the impact of digital transformation and technology on the business world. This shows that the demand for professionals specialized in areas such as software development, artificial intelligence, data analytics is increasing. Companies that want to adapt to technological developments need talented individuals in these fields.

Sustainability and the Environment: Focus on Social and Environmental Responsibility

There are roles related to “Sustainability” and “Environment” from the groups below the list. The fact that these roles are among the rising jobs reflects companies’ greater focus on environmental and social responsibilities. This shows that the demand for sustainable business practices and environmentally friendly strategies is increasing.

These data also provide us with an important perspective to understand the changes in the business world and future employment trends. It is possible to predict that in the future, individuals and companies specialized in these fields will play a critical role in adapting to changing conditions and creating sustainable business models.

Business Trends in Turkey: Impact of Global Trends and Local Dynamics

Based on general trends and global data, certain roles are likely to see similar demand in the Turkish market.

It is possible to say that the demand for professionals specialized in areas such as the participation sector, technology and IT-related roles, human resources and sustainability is increasing in Turkey. The Turkish economy is moving towards a growing structure with digital transformation and technological developments.

However, considering the special demands and sectoral characteristics of the Turkish market, it is important to remember that these trends may be shaped according to local dynamics. Factors such as skill and competency demands in the labor market, the development of the economy, cross-sector changes and company strategies can affect business trends in Turkey.

In order to evaluate the specific demands in Turkey and understand the place of these roles in the market in more detail, it is necessary to additionally examine sources such as Turkey-specific job market reports, sector analyzes and workforce trends.