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What Are The World’s Most Searched-For Jobs?

By Peppermonkey Media

Revealed: The World’s Hottest Job Searches

Do you know which jobs are most popular right now? Can you guess what topped the charts as the most searched-for job in the entire world? The result might surprise you!

  • Vincent Iachetta Jr., president of Peppermonkey Media, reveals which jobs have been the most searched for across the globe.

Global Searches

Rank Job Title No. Searches
1 Amazon Job 889,000
2 Virtual Assistant 217,000
3 Data Analyst 71,000
4 Flight Attendant 46,000
5 Delivery Driver 33,000
6 Software Engineer 32,000
7 Receptionist 31,000
8 HR 27,000
9 Administrative Assistant, Real Estate 21,000
10 Personal Assistant 19,000

USA

Rank Job Title No. Searches
1 Amazon Job 694,000
2 Virtual Assistant 101,000
3 Flight Attendant 33,000
4 Data Analyst 30,000
5 Receptionist, Software Engineer 18,000
6 Delivery Driver, HR 16,000
7 Administrative Assistant 15,000
8 Server Job, Personal Assistant 10,000
9 Real Estate 9,400
10 Truck Driver 8,700

Amazon Workers

In top position on both tables are jobs working for the American multinational giant Amazon. Vincent says, ‘A lot of these people are likely searching for side hustles they can do from home. These include being an Amazon selling partner (FBA), customer service associate, or affiliate partner. For the full-timers, there are warehouse roles and delivery jobs, plus positions in marketing, finance, IT, and HR.’

Virtual Assistant 

This is another job that appeals to home workers and those conversant with computers, as it requires you to perform various administrative or technical tasks for one or more companies simultaneously. This type of work is great if you want flexible hours combined with the interest of working on several different projects at once.

Data Analyst 

Data analysts compile data, clean it, identify trends, and solve problems. They work in a vast range of industries ranging from finance and business to the government. Besides learning statistics and math, they need to be competent with database tools and programming languages.

There’s a growing demand for intelligence analysts, market research analysts, and healthcare analysts, with data analysis skills being highly valued in all positions, even those not explicitly titled ‘data analyst’.

Delivery Driver

Vincent says, ‘If you enjoy being out and about, why not deliver things to customers? You’d do lots of packing and unloading at the warehouse and various destinations.’ Delivery drivers’ main tasks are to follow preset routes and obtain delivery confirmation from their customers. These workers need to be competent drivers with a good sense of direction. They also need timekeeping skills, communication skills, and the ability to work independently.

With the rise of global giants like Amazon and the vast popularity of online shopping, delivery drivers are more and more in demand, so now could be a great time to into the business.

Software Engineer 

These engineers work with network systems, operating systems, web applications, and mobile apps. They design systems from scratch as well as perform troubleshooting tasks and upgrades on existing systems. Vincent says, ‘If you’re considering this line of work, you’ll need to have core computer science knowledge and be conversant with programming languages.’

Vincent says, ‘Other top global searches are for receptionist roles and jobs in HR and real estate. The key is to find out what necessary skills and training you need for each role, and cultivate the will to succeed.’

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