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[Report] How Has Demand in Sectors Dependent on Specialty Skills Changed Due to Covid-19?

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COVID-19'S IMPACT ON THE AMERICAN ECONOMY 2 0 1 Stuart Anderson, "H-1B Denials Remain High, Especially for IT Services Companies," Forbes, February 26, 2020. 2 Bureau of Labor Statistics, 2021. "A-30. Unemployed persons by occupation and sex." Available at: https://www.bls.gov/web/ empsit/cpseea30.htm 3 This category includes computer and mathematics occupations as well as less remote work-friend occupations such as healthcare practitioners. 4 Matthew Dey, Harley Frazis, Mark A. Loewenstein, and Hugette Sun, "Ability to work from home: evidence from two surveys and implications for the labor market in the COVID- 19 pandemic," Monthly Labor Review, U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, June 2020, https://doi.org/10.21916/mlr.2020.14. ENDNOTES 5 Burning Glass Technology gathers, cleans millions of job postings every day, allowing NAE to use the data to analyze open job trends by occupation, industry, skills desired, and certifications required. While the vast majority of jobs are captured in this data, occupations that typically do not recruit online, such as agricultural, construction, or more personal service-oriented occupations may not be as well represented. 6 Bureau of Labor Statistics, 2021. "A-30. Unemployed persons by occupation and sex." Available at: https://www.bls.gov/web/ empsit/cpseea30.htm

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