To provide data and statistics showing how job search behavior has changed since COVID-19 (starting from March 17, 2020) by job type/industry. Specifically, answer the following questions:
- What are the before and after changes in job search behavior (specifically, increase/decrease in job searches and if job seekers are still searching by location) pre-and post-COVID-19 pandemic within the US (separately), Canada (separately), and globally, broken down by the following industries: Healthcare, Retail-Hourly, Hospitality-Hourly, Administrative, Banking/Financial Services, Sales, Oil & Energy, Insurance, Manufacturing/Operations, Med Tech, Pharma, Technology/Software Engineering, Industrial Automation, Aviation/Aerospace, and Defense & Government.
- Have searches for "remote", "telecommute", and "work from home" increased?
- Which industries have seen the biggest shift in job seeker search behavior?
- Which industries have had the most companies come out publicly stating their new policies for remote work?
This information will help in providing strategic recommendations for building career websites. It will also inform changes to a technology that powers job search capabilities for career websites.