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    15 most in-demand jobs during the coronavirus pandemic - Business Insider

    Abstract:Nurses are really in demand during the outbreak, but not nearly as much as warehouse handlers, or truck drivers who can operate CDL flatbed vehicles.

      Job marketplace ZipRecruiter used listings on its website to identify four industries hiring more after the coronavirus outbreak: transportation, tutoring, warehousing, and healthcare.As businesses close to try to slow the spread of the novel coronavirus, many workers have already lost jobs and hours. Some experts estimate the unemployment rate, which hit record lows in December 2019, might jump to 20% during the likely impending recession.Demand for nursing jobs, including registered nurses and nurse practitioners, is up by 49%, ZipRecruiter found.Here are 15 job titles with increased demand after the coronavirus outbreak.Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories.

      Millions of US workers have either lost jobs or hours as the coronavirus outbreak continues to upend American life.But some jobs have grown over the last month.Job marketplace ZipRecruiter tracked month-over-month changes in demand for job titles and industries between February and March. The company connects millions of job-seekers to businesses on its marketplace.Through its analysis, ZipRecruiter found four industries with hiring spikes during the US coronavirus outbreak: manufacturing, tutoring, healthcare, and transportation.Demand for nursing jobs, including registered nurses and nurse practitioners, rose by 49%, for instance. Jobs for truck drivers who can operate CDL flatbed vehicles rose by a whopping 976%. And warehouse workers are the big winners. Warehouse handler roles saw a 1,677% monthly increase in March.

      Here are 15 jobs seeing rapid increases in hiring over the last month:

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