Hiring For Future In The Mining Sector Expected to Increase
When compared to the same month last year, the proportion of mining sector operations and technologies businesses hiring for future work-related positions increased, with 43.5% of the companies in the analysis recruiting for at least one such position.
This latest figure was higher than the 40% of companies that were hiring for future work-related jobs a year ago, but it was lower than the 52.5% figure in the previous months of 2022.
In terms of the percentage of all job openings that were linked to the future of work, related job postings fell – with 2.4% of newly posted job advertisements being linked to the topic.
This latest figure was higher than the 1.9% of newly advertised jobs that were linked to future employment in the same month a year ago.
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Hiring for future: a key disruptive force companies will face
Many researchers have detected the future of work as a key disruptive force that companies will face in the coming years. Companies that excel in these areas and invest in them now are better equipped for the future business landscape and better equipped to deal with unforeseen challenges.
It is perhaps promising to note that mining industry operations and technology firms are currently hiring for future work positions.