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I couldn't resist and wanted to throw it out of my system, when people cheat, which is very common, they do that with acquaintances, not random strangers.

How to find a job or an employee if you are an employer
Try registering in a governmental or private agency that finds you one.
Or you can try through LinkedIn or through websites such as https://ergodotisi.com or https://bazaraki.com
Newspaper ads or Facebook groups with ads are also a means.
You can also google for jobs and apply directly to positions on the companies' websites. Send to them your CV, even if they don't have open positions.
Finally, you can try through word of mouth.

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To reset your PC, go to Start > Settings > Update & Security > Recovery > Reset this PC > Get Started. Then, select Keep my files, choose cloud or local, change your settings, and set Restore preinstalled apps? to No.

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Don't have the time to study at a physical university?
Try a distance learning degree!
Then, you can take the exams at your local British Council center!
Open University Courses

Here's a good book to read: 
Manual of conduct and treatment in Intensive Medicine
Author: ALEXANDRO DE BRITO MOURA JUNIOR DIGITAL

After the bath, wipe your body off with a towel well and dry your hair with cold air.
Don't shampoo your hair every day.

The 15/01/2024 was a special day: 1 + 1 + 5 + 2 + 24 = 33, 1 + 1 + 5 + 2 + 2 + 4 = 15, +357 95 100 590 = 44
On that day, I finished my book, exactly 33 chapters.

Always have a full stomach and drink water before taking your medication.
It minimizes side effects.

All you have to do to get a trademark in the USA and other countries, too, is to append the symbol '‚ĄĘ', next to your word.¬†¬†

You need to do business under it, selling goods or services. You can get the trademark, even if you are offering the above for free!

To get a copyright, be sure to have something original and creative to say and to write it down, whether on paper or electronic media. Be sure to write your name on it, too.
You can also register your work with the Library of Congress online, it's cheap. Worldwide protection is conferred.
That way, you can make money with your work and request DCMA acts from Google or proceed to lawsuits if someone violates your copyrights.
Be sure to save a copy of your work at https://archive.org.
Know though, that not all countries respect copyrights.
You should be able to prove when you first published it, if the need arises.

With warm/hot/cold reading you can even learn everything you want to know about a person!  
How cool is that?

When you write something on paper, make sure it has an introduction, a middle, and a conclusion.  

Each paragraph should stand alone. When you have something new to say, write a new paragraph.

If you need to get your message across to a lot of people or advertise your product or service, try advertising on Facebook!
For a few euros, you'll reach thousands of people!
A 10% of those is expected to convert into sales!
How cool is that?

If you created a new product, patent it! Also, it's a bit expensive to do that admittedly.

A married woman with a child is less likely to leave her husband for somebody else, as she believes the other man won't be as kind to her child as the biological father?

If you like pubs and bars, to meet a woman, buy her a drink.
Then, once you meet her for a while, ask for her Instagram!

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Be smarter than the modern-day scammers! Be aware of SMSes of unknown origins or tech-support scams that ask you for access to your computer device!

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Dark chocolate is good for your health, as long as you eat a piece once a week. 

I think you are pretty much free to request most of the medical records from your hospital. Mental health records, for reasons of manipulation, are only available during court proceedings. There might be online governmental portals in your country, ask your primary physician for access, where you can see the diseases from which you are currently suffering. Likely, your doctors never informed you what illnesses you are suffering from. They just give you pills. 

Anyone can press charges against a crime to the police against a culpurator, not just the victim, as a crime is considered a crime against society and the state. 

You can first initiate criminal proceedings or first civil proceedings or both at the same time. Any evidence provided to the police can automatically be used in civil proceedings, too. 

Generally speaking, a trial can end quickly or drag on for many years. 

If you can't find any doctor to testify against a medical malpractice case locally, you can always find someone from abroad! If you don't have money to pay for one, the state will pay for that, along with lawyer costs, if you can't afford one.

An estimated 26% of Americans ages 18 and older -- about 1 in 4 adults -- suffers from a diagnosable mental disorder in a given year.
Approximately 9.5% of American adults ages 18 and over, will suffer from a depressive illness (major depression, bipolar disorder, or dysthymia) each year.
So, everyone is diagnosed. Is there anyone that escapes this medical fad?

Olive oil is pretty damn good for your health! 
But don't consume more than one tablespoon of olive oil per day and don't eat more than six olives per day! 
Also, don't eat more than six walnuts a day! 

If you want super memory, create stories (this is an example of mnemonic techniques) that contain clues to the main ideas of the large text you want to remember. Combine that with repetition and you get an unbeatable memory!

Audio Games: Exploring 6 Videogames for the Blind and Visually Impaired 
Pacman Talks. Pacman Talks is a downloadable Pac-Man-style audio game for Windows. 
Camel. Camel is a simple text adventure game by now-defunct audio games company Braillesoft. 
BlackJak. 
Blindfold Hearts. 
Drowning In Problems. 
Sonic Zoom.

Don't be intimidated! Nobody can decide if you will be locked up somewhere. 
Only the police first decide if they will proceed with the requests of whoever demands such a thing and even then you will have the chance to speak to the judge. 
Also, if you do get locked up, companies call the police, it's open records and if you have been locked up, you should forget your dreams of ever securing a decent job!
Plus, the stigma in the local community means you will never marry.

Alcoholic drinks such as beers and wine are good for your health and well-being, as long as you don't overdo it consuming them.

MEGA is cloud storage and is free up to a certain number of Gigabytes of hard drive space and offers military-grade encryption. Nobody can get in, not even the company that hosts MEGA.
Just be sure to write down somewhere the passphrase that confers access if you forget the password.

We tend to believe our behaviors are due to the circumstances, but other people's behaviors are due to their character.

You have the right not to accept medical treatment, including surgery and medication, and if you wish to seek alternative treatment.

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If ever in trouble and someone attempts to make you appear crazy, there is an all-around psychological test that proves your sanity. You take the test at governmental facilities, it lasts around an hour and it costs around 400 Euros.

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There are WI-FI modems that don't need a landline to connect them too, they plug directly into current, electricity sockets. 

Avoid chatting to random strangers on Facebook, they can spot your IP and hack you. 

To increase concentration, avoid distractions. 

You can print any document hosted on your computer device, such as a smartphone, wirelessly, as long as it supports WI-FI and your printer also supports WI-FI. You can buy very cheap printers that support WI-FI and also function as photocopiers, scanners, and fax machines. 

You can easily transfer files from one computer device, such as a smartphone or desktop PC via Bluetooth. If your desktop PC doesn't have Bluetooth, buy Bluetooth in a USB stick. You can also buy WI-FI in a USB stick for your desktop PC. 

Don't get me wrong, but the filthy rich and powerful might find shelter in bunkers at the end of times. I wouldn't call this proper existence and freedom, but hey, what can I say, it's their life! 

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If you are to take blood tests, take them early in the morning. Make sure you had adequate sleep the day before and that when you take them, you are stress-free.
Then, you will get more accurate results.

Exercise, diet, and good sleep correct hormonal imbalances.

Be aware of WhatsApp, Facebook, or Viber messages promising you the moon. It might be a scam.

To find housing, give relevant Facebook groups a chance!

Affirmations are a form of suggestion, so when applied to one's self or others, they have a positive, helpful psychological effect.

Just seeing life positively doesn't help much. Seeing it realistically is a much better option.

Results suggest that a regular yoga practice may increase the flexibility and balance as well as whole body measures of male college athletes and therefore, may enhance athletic performances that require these characteristics.

                         
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Journey                         
MindShift                         
Chat Smith (uses ChatGPT)                         
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CURRENT Medical Diagnosis and Treatment 

Activity Scheduling: What It Is, Examples, & Effectiveness (choosingtherapy.com)
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Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy: Benefits & Techniques (verywellmind.com)
mindfulness-based cognitive therapy   

Spending time in parks and forests does wonders for your mental well-being and health!

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Embracing change is good for your brain! Going to a different route to work once a while or learning a new skill or language does wonders! 

LinkedIn Jobs on the Rise 2024: The roles that are growing in demand across Europe 
The 2024 LinkedIn Jobs on the Rise list reveals the fastest-growing job titles over the past five years and the trends defining the future world of work.
The world of work is changing ‚Äď from how and where we get our jobs done, to the skills needed to get ahead. In fact, LinkedIn data shows that skill sets for jobs have changed 25% since 2015 and are projected to shift by 65% by 2030 globally. Meanwhile, the acceleration of artificial intelligence and automation have created new opportunities and challenges for professionals and companies alike looking to prepare for the future.
With many professionals looking for a new job in 2024, the new year marks an opportunity for a fresh start. That‚Äôs where our Jobs on the Rise list comes in, using unique LinkedIn data to rank the fastest-growing jobs over the past five years. The list uncovers the trends defining where the workforce is headed and insight into emerging opportunities ‚Äď whether you‚Äôre looking to make a pivot, jump back into the workforce or invest in skills to future-proof your career. (You can learn more about our methodology at the bottom of this article.)
This list is meant to serve as a resource for you, no matter what stage of your career you’re in. For each job, you’ll find insights including remote and hybrid availability, most common skills, years of experience and more. Looking for your next opportunity? Explore people you may know in each role and current job openings. Thinking about refreshing your skills this year? We’ve linked out to relevant courses so you can upskill in fast-growing areas. 
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Sales manager 
What they do: Sales managers must identify new growth levers for a company. They contact potential customers, determine their needs and negotiate contracts until they are signed. | Most common skills: Business-to-Business (B2B), Customer Relationship Management (CRM), Sales Prospecting | Gender distribution: 34% women; 66% men | Median years of prior experience: 2.4 | Remote job availability: 63.6% 
Admissions specialist 
What they do: An admissions specialist manages the recruitment of future students for a higher education institution. | Most common skills: Admissions, Recruiting, Sales Prospecting | Gender distribution: 53% women; 47% men | Median years of prior experience: 2.5 | Remote job availability: 25.6% 
Energy broker 
What they do: Energy brokers negotiate contracts and terms with energy suppliers to secure the best rates and conditions for their clients. | Most common skills: Brokerage, Sales Prospecting, Contract Negotiation | Gender distribution: 37% women; 63% men | Median years of prior experience: 2.3 | Remote job availability: 50% 
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Sustainability manager 
What they do: Sustainability managers plan, control and evaluate a company's sustainability strategy, which is in line with its values and sets measurable sustainability goals. | Most common skills: Sustainability Reporting, Corporate Sustainability, Sustainability Consulting | Current gender distribution: 55% women; 45% men | Median years of prior experience: 4 | Remote job availability: 9.7% 
Cyber security analyst 
What they do: Cyber security analysts implement security standards, identify and assess risk factors, and uncover vulnerabilities to protect their organisation from external cyberattacks. | Most common skills: Splunk, Security Information and Event Management (SIEM), IBM QRadar | Current gender distribution: 15% women; 85% men | Median years of prior experience: 3.5 | Remote job availability: 15.4% 
Public sector consultant 
What they do: Public sector consultants advise municipalities or authorities on topics such as digitalisation and budget consolidation. They also support the public sector in optimising structures and processes. | Most common skills: PRINCE2, Scrum, BPMN | Current gender distribution: 46% women; 54% men | Median years of prior experience: 2.4 | Remote job availability: 5.1% 
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Caseworker 
What they do: A caseworker is typically a public or voluntary sector worker responsible for providing social services to individuals and families in need, assessing their situations, developing plans to address and improve their well-being, connecting them to relevant resources and monitoring progress to ensure effective support and assistance. | Most common skills: Case Management, Social Services, Legal Research | Gender distribution of hires in 2023: 68% female; 32% male | Median years of prior experience: 2 | Hybrid job availability: 100% 
Learning specialist 
What they do: A learning specialist designs and implements training programmes, workshops, and resources to enhance the technical skills and knowledge of employees, fostering continuous learning and development within a company. | Most common skills: Instructional Design, E-Learning, Learning Management Systems | Gender distribution of hires in 2023: 78% female; 22% male | Median years of prior experience: 4 | Hybrid job availability: 62% 
Chief Commercial Officer 
What they do: A Chief Commercial Officer oversees and strategises the commercial activities of a company, leading efforts in sales, marketing and business development to drive revenue growth and enhance market competitiveness. | Most common skills: Business Strategy, Strategy, Business Development | Gender distribution of hires in 2023: 16% female; 84% male | Median years of prior experience: 5 | Hybrid job availability: 40% 
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Business Development Representative 
What they do: Business development representatives look for potential new customers, offering products suited to their needs throughout the sales cycle. | Most common skills: Sales, Lead Generation, B2B | Current gender distribution: 53% female; 47% male | Median years of prior experience: 2.4 | Remote job availability: 40.3% 
Artificial intelligence engineer
What they do: Artificial intelligence engineers use AI and machine learning models to develop solutions that can help businesses increase their efficiency. | Most common skills: Computer Vision, Machine Learning, Natural Language Processing | Current gender distribution: 25% female; 75% male | Median years of prior experience: 1.7 | Remote job availability: 21.7% 
SOC analyst 
What they do: SOC analysts deal with corporate cybersecurity, monitoring activities on websites, servers and databases for possible threats. | Most common skills: IT Security, Security Information and Event Management (SIEM), Network Security | Current gender distribution: 25% women; 75% men | Median years of prior experience: 2.6 | Remote job availability: 16.7% 
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Talent acquisition specialist 
What they do: Talent acquisition specialists identify and recruits top talent for organisations. | Most common skills: Sourcing, Employer Branding, Interviewing | Current gender distribution: 60% female; 40% male | Median years of prior experience: 4.3 | Hybrid job availability: 50.5% 
Data steward 
What they do: A data steward ensures the accuracy, completeness and quality of data within an organisation. | Most common skills: Data Management, Structured Query Language (SQL), Scrum | Current gender distribution: 49% female; 51% male | Median years of prior experience: 3.3 | Hybrid job availability: 50.8% Product analyst What they do: They analyse a product’s performance and make recommendations for continued improvement. | Most common skills: Data Visualisation, Tableau, A/B Testing | Current gender distribution: 46% female; 54% male | Median years of prior experience: 3.6 | Hybrid job availability: 75% 
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Security Operations Centre Analyst What they do: SOC analysts are responsible for monitoring a company's computer security alerts, validating them and acting quickly to avoid a threat, as well as looking for other possible risks present on the network. | Most common skills: Security Information and Event Management (SIEM), Splunk, Cybersecurity | Gender distribution of hires in 2023: 8% female; 92% male | Median years of prior experience: 2.3 | Remote job availability: 47% 
Software engineering analyst 
What they do: Software engineering analysts are responsible for analysing and developing software components and supervising the entire creation process of this type of technology, including product testing and maintenance. | Most common skills: Java, Spring Framework, Software Development | Gender distribution of hires in 2023: 29% female; 71% male | Median years of prior experience: 2.8 | Remote job availability: 100% 
Sustainability manager 
What they do: Sustainability managers are in charge of devising, implementing and coordinating a company's sustainability strategy and responsible for preparing reports on compliance. | Most common skills: Sustainability Reporting, Corporate Social Responsibility, Sustainable Development | Gender distribution of hires in 2023: 60% female; 40% male | Median years of prior experience: 5 | Remote job availability: 10% 
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Cyber security engineer 
What they do: Cybersecurity engineers are responsible for protecting a company's computer networks and systems. They plan and implement security measures to protect sensitive data from cyber attacks, hacking attempts and other threats and risks. | Most common skills: Cybersecurity, Vulnerability Assessment, Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) | Gender distribution of hires in 2023: 13% female; 87% male | Median years of prior experience: 3 | Hybrid job availability: 74.5% 
Sustainability analyst 
What they do: Sustainability analysts evaluate and report on their company’s environmental impact. They focus on developing strategies to make business operations more sustainable, including energy efficiency measures, waste reduction, and responsible use of resources. | Most common skills: Sustainability Reporting, Corporate Sustainability, Carbon Footprinting | Gender distribution of hires in 2023: 53% female; 47% male | Median years of prior experience: 4 | Hybrid job availability: 45.5% 
Growth specialist 
What they do: Growth specialists focus on expanding a company’s customer base and revenue through marketing strategies, data analysis and innovative measures to drive growth. They identify business development opportunities and implement measures to capitalise on them. | Most common skills: Google Analytics, Digital Marketing, Startups | Gender distribution of hires in 2023: 43% female; 57% male | Median years of prior experience: 6 | Remote job availability: 23.1% | Hybrid job availability: 46.2% 
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Financial advisor 
What they do: Financial advisors assist customers in analysing their financial resources and expenses in order to create a budget and set appropriate financial goals. | Most common skills: Risk Management, Private Banking, Financial Services | Current gender distribution: 27% female; 73% male | Median years of prior experience: 4.9 | Hybrid job availability: 49% 
Human Resource Specialist
What they do: HR specialists are responsible for the development and implementation of HR processes and strategies in their company. | Most common skills: HR Management, Recruiting, Personnel Management | Current gender distribution: 80% female; 20% male | Median years of prior experience: 3-5 | Hybrid job availability: 43% 
AI engineer 
What they do: AI engineers test and manage AI software as well as models and infrastructure for various applications, for example for image and speech recognition. | Most common skills: Computer Vision, Deep Learning, Natural Language Processing (NLP) | Current gender distribution: 16% female; 84% male | Median years of prior experience: 3 | Hybrid job availability: 10% ūüá¨ūüá߬†
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Sustainability manager 
What they do: Sustainability managers oversee environmental and sustainability strategies for a company or organisation, analysing, assessing and reporting on environmental impact. | Most common skills: Carbon Footprinting, Corporate Sustainability, Life Cycle Assessment | Gender distribution of hires in 2023: 60% female; 40% male | Median years of prior experience: 1.7-6.8 | Remote job availability: 4.8% | Hybrid job availability: 55.8% 
Sales development representative 
What they do: Sales development representatives focus on finding new business leads through research, prospecting and outreach and pushing them to their colleagues to close the deal. | Most common skills: Lead Generation, Cold Calling, Software as a Service (SaaS) | Gender distribution of hires in 2023: 31% female; 69% male | Median years of prior experience: 2.4 | Remote job availability: 19.4% | Hybrid job availability: 47.2% 
Underwriting analyst
What they do: Underwriting analysts evaluate individuals and businesses to determine the risk level they pose to lenders and insurers. | Most common skills: Insurance, Reinsurance, Working With Brokers | Gender distribution of hires in 2023: 41% female; 59% male | Median years of prior experience: 2.7 | Remote job availability: 3.4% | Hybrid job availability: 77.8% 
List Methodology 
LinkedIn Economic Graph researchers examined millions of jobs started by LinkedIn members from January 1, 2019 to July 31, 2023 to calculate a growth rate for each job title. To be ranked, a job title needs to have seen consistent growth across our membership base, as well as have grown to a meaningful size by 2023. Identical job titles across different seniority levels were grouped and ranked together. Internships, volunteer positions, interim roles and student roles were excluded, and jobs where hiring was dominated by a small handful of companies in each country were also excluded. Additional data points for each of the job titles are based on LinkedIn profiles of members holding the title and/or open jobs for that title in the country. Remote and hybrid job availability is based on jobs posted from October 2022 to October 2023 flagged as ‚Äúremote‚ÄĚ or ‚Äúhybrid‚ÄĚ by the poster or containing similar keywords. Most common skills were derived from the top skills most unique to each title among members who have ever held that title on LinkedIn. Median years of experience was calculated using the median years of work experience held prior to starting in the featured title for members hired within the methodology time frame. Gender breakdown was calculated by measuring the number of members by identified gender currently in each job (provided there was meaningful gender data) as a percentage of the total members with known gender per job.¬†
Reported and proofread by: Jennifer Ryan Managing editor: Siobhan Morrin Methodology and insights by: Murat Erer (LinkedIn Economic Graph team) Special projects leads: Marina Valero, Michele Pierri (International), Juliette Faraut, Sarah McGrath and Ashley (Peterson) Botarelli (Global) Region lead: Julien Wettstein International executive editor: Sandrine Chauvin 
Honouree titles: Sales Manager, Admissions Specialist, Energy Broker, Sustainability Manager, Cyber Security Analyst, Public Sector Consultant, Case Worker, Learning Specialist, Chief Commercial Officer, Sales Development Representative, Artificial Intelligence Engineer, Security Operations Center Analyst, Talent Acquisition Specialist, Data Steward, Product Analyst, Software Engineering Analyst, Cyber Security Engineer, Sustainability Analyst, Growth Specialist, Financial Advisor, Human Resources Specialist, Underwriting Analyst. 

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LinkedIn Jobs on the Rise 
2024: The 25 fastest-growing roles in the U.S. 
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The world of work is changing ‚ÄĒ from how and where we get our jobs done to the skills needed to get ahead. LinkedIn data shows that skill sets for jobs have changed 25% since 2015 and are projected to shift by 65% by 2030 globally. Meanwhile, the acceleration of artificial intelligence and automation has created new opportunities and challenges for workers and companies alike. Such transformation is evident in this year‚Äôs Jobs on the Rise list, a data-backed ranking of the 25 fastest-growing jobs in the U.S. over the past five years. More than two-thirds (68%) of this year‚Äôs Jobs on the Rise didn‚Äôt even exist 20 years ago, our data shows, including seven of the top ten titles.
With a majority of U.S. professionals considering looking for a new job in 2024, the new year marks an opportunity for a fresh start. This list serves as a resource for those at all stages of their career wondering where emerging opportunities lie and how to best prepare for the future. For each job, you’ll find insights around remote and hybrid availability, most common skills, current job openings and more. Interested in pivoting to one of these areas but not sure if you have the right experience? We’ve linked out to people you may know in the featured jobs so you can connect and learn more, as well as free related courses to help you gain the chops you need. 
1. Chief Growth Officer 
What they do: Chief growth officers develop and execute an organization’s strategies for driving revenue, expanding market presence and ensuring sustainable growth. | Most common skills: Growth Strategies, Strategic Partnerships, Business Development | Most common industries: Technology and Internet, IT Services and IT Consulting, Advertising Services | Where the most jobs are: Washington, D.C.-Baltimore, New York City, Dallas | Current gender distribution: 27% female; 73% male | Median years of prior experience: 4.2-6.5 | Top roles transitioned from: Vice President of Sales, Chief Operating Officer, Vice President of Business Development | Flexible work availability: 33.6% remote; 25.0% hybrid 
2. Government Program 
Analyst What they do: Government program analysts evaluate the effectiveness and efficiency of public sector programs, usually through analyzing data, ensuring compliance with regulations, monitoring budgets and more. | Most common skills: Policy Analysis, Data Analysis, Community Outreach | Most common industries: Administration of Justice, Transportation Equipment Manufacturing, Insurance | Where the most jobs are: Sacramento, Calif., Los Angeles, Washington, D.C.-Baltimore | Current gender distribution: 61% female; 39% male | Median years of prior experience: 4.2 | Top roles transitioned from: Service Analyst, Licensing Analyst, Office Technician | Flex work availability: 12.5% remote; 45.5% hybrid 
3. Environment Health 
Safety Manager Can also be known as HSE Manager. What they do: Environment health safety managers ensure that companies are fostering a safe and sustainable workplace for employees, managing risk and ensuring compliance to health, safety and environmental regulations. | Most common skills: Environmental Compliance, Hazardous Waste Management, Environmental Management Systems | Most common industries: Oil and Gas, Wholesale Building Materials, Electrical and Electronics Manufacturing | Where the most jobs are: Atlanta, Houston, Boston | Current gender distribution: 25% female; 75% male | Median years of prior experience: 6.3 | Top roles transitioned from: Director of Operations, Safety Director, General Manager | Flex work availability: 14.3% remote; 22.5% hybrid 
4. Director of Revenue Operations 
Can also be known as Director of Revenue Management. What they do: Directors of revenue operations help oversee businesses' revenue generation practices, working closely with sales and marketing teams to optimize business growth and ensure overall efficiency. | Most common skills: Go-to-Market Strategy, Sales Operations, Revenue Forecasting | Most common industries: Technology and Internet, IT Services and IT Consulting, Advertising Services | Where the most jobs are: San Francisco, New York City, Boston | Current gender distribution: 39% female; 61% male | Median years of prior experience: 6.7-7.3 | Top roles transitioned from: Sales Director, Marketing Operations Manager, Director of Customer Success 
5. Sustainability Analyst 
Can also be known as Environmental Analyst. 
What they do: Sustainability analysts evaluate an organization's environmental, social and governance (ESG) efforts and identify opportunities for efficiency, responsible resource use and positive social impact. | Most common skills: Sustainability Reporting, Corporate Social Responsibility, Data Analysis | Most common industries: Business Consulting and Services, Real Estate, Food and Beverage Manufacturing | Where the most jobs are: New York City, Chicago, Atlanta | Current gender distribution: 63% female; 37% male | Median years of prior experience: 2.6 | Top roles transitioned from: Project Manager, Research Assistant, Environmental Specialist | Flex work availability: 19.6% remote; 36.8% hybrid 
6. Advanced Practice Provider 
Can also be known as Nurse Practitioner or Physician Assistant. What they do: Advanced practice providers are licensed medical professionals who provide primary care services for patients, including conducting assessments, diagnosing conditions and prescribing treatments. | Most common skills: Electronic Medical Record (EMR), Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS), Basic Life Support (BLS) | Most common industries: Medical Practices, Higher Education, Insurance | Where the most jobs are: Kansas City, Mo., Austin, Chicago | Current gender distribution: 76% female; 24% male | Median years of prior experience: 2.5-4.9 | Top roles transitioned from: Registered Nurse, Intensive Care Nurse, Clinical Fellow | Flex work availability: 0.8% remote; 3.2% hybrid 
7. Vice President of Diversity and Inclusion 
What they do: Vice presidents of diversity and inclusion cultivate inclusive workplaces through the design and implementation of policies relating to diversity, equity and inclusion within an organization. | Most common skills: Diversity Training, Community Outreach, Diversity Program Development | Most common industries: Non-profit Organizations, Higher Education, Civic and Social Organizations | Where the most jobs are: New York City, Washington, D.C.-Baltimore, Chicago | Current gender distribution: 70% female; 30% male | Median years of prior experience: 4.3-5.4 | Top roles transitioned from: Diversity and Inclusion Specialist, Vice President of Human Resources, Professor 
8. Artificial Intelligence Consultant
What they do: Artificial intelligence consultants advise organizations on the implementation of AI technologies in their business operations and product offerings. | Most common skills: Machine Learning, Deep Learning, Natural Language Processing (NLP) | Most common industries: Technology and Internet, IT Services and IT Consulting, Business Consulting and Services | Where the most jobs are: San Francisco, Boston, New York City | Current gender distribution: 26% female; 74% male | Median years of prior experience: 4.1 | Top roles transitioned from: Data Scientist, Software Engineer, Research Assistant | Flex work availability: 12.5% remote; 39.1% hybrid 
9. Recruiter 
Can also be known as Talent Acquisition Specialist. 
What they do: Recruiters source, evaluate and help hire qualified candidates for open roles within organizations. Note: Recruiters specializing in sales, legal and healthcare have seen especially high growth in our data. | Most common skills: Screening Resumes, Interviewing, Executive Search | Most common industries: IT Services and IT Consulting, Staffing and Recruiting, Business Consulting and Services | Where the most jobs are: Dallas, New York City, Los Angeles | Current gender distribution: 54% female; 46% male | Median years of prior experience: 3.0-3.9 | Top roles transitioned from: Administrative Assistant, Sales Specialist, Account Manager | Flex work availability: 31.3% remote; 24.5% hybrid 
10. Artificial Intelligence Engineer 
What they do: Artificial intelligence engineers develop, implement and train AI models and algorithms, using programming languages to create intelligent systems that can perform tasks traditionally requiring human intelligence. | Most common skills: Machine Learning, Deep Learning, Natural Language Processing (NLP) | Most common industries: Technology and Internet, IT Services and IT Consulting, Transportation Equipment Manufacturing | Where the most jobs are: San Francisco, New York City, Washington, D.C.-Baltimore | Current gender distribution: 19% female; 81% male | Median years of prior experience: 3.1 | Top roles transitioned from: Software Engineer, Computer Vision Engineer, Data Scientist | Flex work availability: 64.3% remote; 11.9% hybrid 
11. External Communications Manager 
Can also be known as Public Relations (PR) Manager. 
What they do: External communications managers oversee and execute an organization's strategic messaging to external audiences ‚ÄĒ such as the media and customers ‚ÄĒ which may include executive appearances, media pitching, crisis communications and more. | Most common skills: Crisis Communications, Strategic Communications, Media Relations | Most common industries: IT Services and IT Consulting, Non-profit Organizations, Business Consulting and Services | Where the most jobs are: New York City, Chicago, Atlanta | Current gender distribution: 75% female; 25% male | Median years of prior experience: 5.8 | Top roles transitioned from: Corporate Communications Manager, Account Supervisor, Marketing Manager | Flex work availability: 8.4% remote; 65.2% hybrid¬†
12. Product Security Engineer 
What they do: Product security engineers ensure the security of a product or system by analyzing and addressing potential vulnerabilities through risk assessments, threat modeling and protective measures. | Most common skills: Threat Modeling, Application Security, Vulnerability Assessment | Most common industries: Technology and Internet, Medical Equipment Manufacturing, IT Services and IT Consulting | Where the most jobs are: San Francisco, Seattle, Los Angeles | Current gender distribution: 19% female; 81% male | Median years of prior experience: 4.4 | Top roles transitioned from: Software Engineer, Application Security Engineer, Cyber Security Engineer 
13. Physical Therapist 
What they do: Physical therapists work with injured or impaired patients through a variety of therapeutic techniques and exercises intended to increase mobility, treat pain and improve recovery. | Most common skills: Rehabilitation, Inpatient Care, Epic Systems | Most common industries: Medical Practices, Higher Education, Primary and Secondary Education | Where the most jobs are: New York City, Chicago, Washington, D.C.-Baltimore | Current gender distribution: 74% female; 26% male | Median years of prior experience: 2.3-3.0 | Top roles transitioned from: Personal/Athletic Trainer, Sports Specialist, Medical Assistant 
14. Grants Program Manager 
Can also be known as Grants Analyst or Grants Management Specialist. 
What they do: Grants program managers oversee the end-to-end process of grants programs, including identifying funding opportunities, managing budgets and ensuring regulatory compliance. | Most common skills: Federal Grants Management, Grant Administration, Grant Monitoring | Most common industries: Research Services, Non-profit Organizations, Business Consulting and Services | Where the most jobs are: Washington, D.C.-Baltimore, New York City, Denver | Current gender distribution: 74% female; 26% male | Median years of prior experience: 4.1 | Top roles transitioned from: Program Coordinator, Project Manager, Grants Writer | Flex work availability: 13.0% remote; 41.9% hybrid 
15. Director of Land Acquisition 
What they do: Directors of land acquisition carry out the process of acquiring real estate or land through research, negotiation and strategic relationships with brokers. | Most common skills: Real Estate Development, Entitlements, Contract Negotiation | Most common industries: Real Estate, Oil and Gas, Non-profit Organizations | Where the most jobs are: Charlotte, N.C., Dallas, Atlanta | Current gender distribution: 15% female; 85% male | Median years of prior experience: 5.7 | Top roles transitioned from: Project Manager, Director of Development, Sales Manager | Flex work availability: 2.8% remote; 10.3% hybrid 
16. Transmission Planning Engineer 
What they do: Transmission planning engineers analyze the effectiveness of transmissions systems and design plans to both increase their precision and meet energy demands. | Most common skills: Power Systems, Electrical Engineering, Power Transmission | Most common industries: Electric Power Generation, Engineering Services, Machinery Manufacturing | Where the most jobs are: Boston, Tulsa, Okla., Dallas | Current gender distribution: 21% female; 79% male | Median years of prior experience: 3.1 | Top roles transitioned from: Electrical Engineer, Power System Engineer, Project Engineer | Flex work availability: 34.3% remote; 25.1% hybrid 
17. Influencer Marketing Manager 
What they do: Influencer marketing managers coordinate partnerships with influencers and celebrities and develop corresponding marketing campaigns to drive profit and brand awareness. | Most common skills: Social Media Marketing, Digital Marketing, Brand Awareness | Most common industries: Advertising Services, Technology and Internet, Retail Apparel and Fashion | Where the most jobs are: Los Angeles, New York City, Salt Lake City | Current gender distribution: 78% female; 22% male | Median years of prior experience: 4.0 | Top roles transitioned from: Influencer, Marketing Assistant, Social Media Coordinator 
18. Director of Development Services 
Can also be known as Director of Fundraising Operations or Director of Advancement Initiatives. 
What they do: Directors of development services oversee and execute an organization's fundraising plans and tracking, ensuring revenue monitoring, prospect management and effective resource allocation. | Most common skills: Community Outreach, Community Development, Fundraising | Most common industries: Real Estate, Non-profit Organizations, Museums | Where the most jobs are: Los Angeles, Washington, D.C.-Baltimore, Dallas | Current gender distribution: 37% female; 63% male | Median years of prior experience: 4.8 | Top roles transitioned from: Project Manager, Planning Director, Economic Development Director | Flex work availability: 25% remote; 22.5% hybrid 
19. Director of Legal Operations 
What they do: Directors of legal operations oversee the administrative and business aspects of an organization’s legal department, such as technology implementation and cost efficiency. | Most common skills: Legal Technology, Legal Compliance, Contract Negotiation | Most common industries: Legal Services, Technology and Internet, Research Services | Where the most jobs are: San Francisco, Atlanta, Boston | Current gender distribution: 65% female; 35% male | Median years of prior experience: 6.2 | Top roles transitioned from: Paralegal, Attorney, Contract Manager | Flex work availability: 65.1% remote; 6.3% hybrid 
20. Workforce Development Coordinator
Can also be known as Learning and Development Specialist. 
What they do: Workforce development coordinators design and implement programs to cultivate employee retention, skill development and career opportunities within an organization. | Most common skills: Community Outreach, Program Development, Career Counseling | Most common industries: Non-profit Organizations, Higher Education, Health and Human Services | Where the most jobs are: Kansas City, M.O., Los Angeles, Phoenix | Current gender distribution: 66% female; 34% male | Median years of prior experience: 3.8 | Top roles transitioned from: Program Coordinator, Teacher, Employment Specialist | Flex work availability: 3.5% remote; 14.0% hybrid 
21. Head of Public Safety 
What they do: Heads of public safety oversee safety and security initiatives such as law enforcement, emergency response and community engagement. | Most common skills: Law Enforcement, Criminal Investigations, Emergency Management | Most common industries: Administration of Justice, Higher Education, Technology and Internet | Where the most jobs are: Washington, D.C.-Baltimore, New York City, Dallas | Current gender distribution: 21% female; 79% male | Median years of prior experience: 5.1 | Top roles transitioned from: Lieutenant, Asset Protection Detective, Sergeant | Flex work availability: 4.6% remote; 21.8% hybrid 
22. Plant Director 
What they do: Plant directors supervise manufacturing facilities, overseeing production processes and ensuring quality control and adherence to regulatory standards. | Most common skills: Lean Manufacturing, Plant Management, Cross-functional Team Leadership | Most common industries: Food and Beverage Manufacturing, Food and Beverage Services, Plastics and Rubber Product Manufacturing | Where the most jobs are: New York City, Dallas, Minneapolis | Current gender distribution: 11% female; 89% male | Median years of prior experience: 5.3 | Top roles transitioned from: Operations Manager, Production Manager, Director of Manufacturing | Flex work availability: 2.9% remote; 3.3% hybrid 
23. Infection Preventionist 
What they do: Infection preventionists are responsible for strategies to prevent and control the spread of infection in healthcare centers, which may include designing and implementing safety protocols as well as educating and training staff. | Most common skills: Infection Control, Patient Safety, Electronic Medical Record (EMR) | Most common industries: Medical Practices, Nursing Homes and Residential Care Facilities, Non-profit Organizations | Where the most jobs are: Los Angeles, Houston, Philadelphia | Current gender distribution: 83% female; 17% male | Median years of prior experience: 4.2 | Top roles transitioned from: Registered Nurse, Epidemiologist, Nursing Manager | Flex work availability: 1.1% remote; 1.7% hybrid 
24. Head of Partnerships 
What they do: Heads of partnerships cultivate and manage strategic relationships with external partners and organizations as a way to expand into new markets and drive business growth. | Most common skills: Strategic Partnerships, Business Development, Partner Relationship Management | Most common industries: Non-profit Organizations, Technology and Internet, Civic and Social Organizations | Where the most jobs are: New York City, San Francisco, Los Angeles | Current gender distribution: 38% female; 62% male | Median years of prior experience: 5.7 | Top roles transitioned from: Director of Business Development, Account Executive, Sales Director | Flex work availability: 40.5% remote; 37.4% hybrid 
25. Instructional Systems Specialist 
What they do: Instructional systems specialists develop educational and instructional programs and materials for use in formal education or training programs. | Most common skills: Instructional Design, E-Learning, Curriculum Development | Most common industries: Military and International Affairs, Transportation Equipment Manufacturing, IT Services and IT Consulting | Where the most jobs are: Washington, D.C.-Baltimore, Hampton Roads, Va. | Current gender distribution: 48% female; 52% male | Median years of prior experience: 4.7 | Top roles transitioned from: Teacher, Training Specialist, Curriculum Developer | Flex work availability: 15.2% remote; 2.2% hybrid 
Methodology 
LinkedIn Economic Graph researchers examined millions of jobs started by LinkedIn members from January 1, 2019 to July 31, 2023 to calculate a growth rate for each job title. To be ranked, a job title needed to see consistent growth across our membership base, as well as have grown to a meaningful size by 2023. Identical job titles across different seniority levels were grouped and ranked together. Internships, volunteer positions, interim roles and student roles were excluded, and jobs where hiring was dominated by a small handful of companies in each country were also excluded. 
Job Insights 
Additional data points for each of the job titles are based on LinkedIn profiles of members holding the title and/or open jobs for that title in the country. 
Flexible work availability is based on jobs posted from October 2022 to October 2023 flagged as ‚Äúremote‚ÄĚ or ‚Äúhybrid‚ÄĚ by the poster or containing similar keywords. Most common skills were derived from the top skills most unique to each title among members who have ever held that title on LinkedIn. Median years of experience was calculated using the median years of work experience held prior to starting in the featured title for members hired within the methodology time frame. Most common industries are based on the industry of the companies that hired the highest number of members for each job from January 1, 2023 to July 31, 2023. Gender breakdown was calculated by measuring the number of members by identified gender currently in each job (provided there was meaningful gender data) as a percentage of the total members with known gender per job. Top locations hiring were categorized as the regions or cities that employed the largest percentage of each job title from January 1, 2023 to July 31, 2023. Most common transitions were identified by the share of transitions from another occupation into the featured job in the past 5 years.¬†
Reported and proofread by: Juliette Faraut, Sarah McGrath Managing Editor: Ashley (Peterson) Botarelli Methodology and insights by: Murat Erer (LinkedIn Economic Graph team) 
Honoree titles: 1. Chief Growth Officer | 2. Government Program Analyst | 3. Environmental Health Safety Manager | 4. Director of Revenue Operations | 5. Sustainability Analyst | 6. Advanced Practice Provider | 7. Vice President of Diversity & Inclusion | 8. Artificial Intelligence Consultant | 9. Recruiter | 10. Artificial Intelligence Engineer | 11. External Communications Manager | 12. Product Security Engineer | 13. Physical Therapist | 14. Grants Program Manager | 15. Director of Land Acquisition | 16. Transmission Planning Engineer | 17. Influencer Marketing Manager | 18. Director of Development Services | 19. Director of Legal Operations | 20. Workforce Development Coordinator | 21. Head of Public Safety | 22. Plant Director | 23. Infection Preventionist | 24. Head of Partnerships | 25. Instructional Systems Specialist

Have you completed your studies and have trouble finding work? I hate to break the news to you, but without work experience, it's pretty hard securing work.
Consider doing an unpaid internship!
Also, a lot of universities incorporate a work placement in their curriculum! That's a viable way out, too!

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