South Africa is caught in the middle of tremendous upheaval and turmoil while dealing with the aftermath of political riots, a continuing worldwide epidemic, and a faltering economy. The good news is that there is only one way out of this situation: up. The nation will have to rebuild, and workers will be required to get the economy back on its feet once again.
A path of devastation was left behind by the rioting, violence, theft, and vandalism that tore across KwaZulu-Natal and Gauteng, damaging the livelihoods of about 150,000 merchants and generating up to R50 billion in financial damages, according to Bloomberg.
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Following the events, the considerable expatriate workforce is looking for employment in more stable nations like Australia, New Zealand, and Canada to escape the turmoil in their homeland. According to the most recent Quarterly Labour Force Survey statistics, the number of jobless individuals reached 7.83 million in the second quarter of 2021, with the unemployment rate reaching 34.4 percent, the highest rate recorded since the survey’s inception in 2008, when the rate was at 21.9 percent. Candidates that are adaptable in their approach to work will reap the benefits of this.
According to CareerJunction, employment positions in information technology, corporate management, and finance will always be in demand. Following that, positions in engineering, office support, sales, and administration will become available.
A constant need exists for qualified individuals in middle management, software development, and sales. In recent months, CareerJunction has highlighted several trending occupations, which are positions that have grown more popular in the online job market and have experienced an increase in demand in recent months, according to the company.