This video discusses the pandemic-related job losses and how individuals can get back into the workforce now that there are more professional jobs hiring now. For a long time, the unemployment numbers skyrocketed. There seems to be a recent boom in certain job markets.
The healthcare market is one of the areas where jobs have become more abundant over the past year. This is because the healthcare field has created new jobs that people can get hired for. Covid contact tracers and Covid resource coordinators are two examples of positions that did not exist before the pandemic. Some jobs have come up in other fields, too.
Personal shoppers have become in high-demand positions. These are people who go to department stores and grocery stores to purchase items for other people who need them but do not want to leave their homes. More food delivery positions are available as well, for the same reasons. People would rather have someone deliver the food from restaurants to their homes than go out into the public to pick it up.
Safety managers and other safety positions have opened up in a variety of fields also. These people spend their entire shifts making sure that the workers follow all the necessary Covid 19 protocols.