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“To put together this year’s rankings, we looked at LinkedIn data to calculate the job titles experiencing the highest growth rates from January 2017 through July 2021. To be ranked, jobs needed to see consistent growth across our membership base, as well as have grown to a meaningful size by 2021. (You can learn more about our methodology at the bottom of this article.) Most importantly, this list goes beyond job seekers. It’s a glimpse of what’s on the horizon: uncovering where the future of work is going and where long-term opportunities await.” – LinkedIn Talent Solutions
Coming in at # 20, Land Development Managers oversee residential, commercial or industrial construction projects from initial planning phases through completion; organizing development processes and schedules, as well as engineering tasks. | Most common skills: Residential Real Estate, Construction Management, Value Engineering | Most common industries: Real Estate, Construction | Top locations hiring: Orlando, Atlanta, Charlotte | Salary range: $68,500-$123,000 | Current gender distribution: 12.1% female; 87.9% male | Median years of prior experience: 12 | Top roles transitioned from: Project Manager, Construction Manager, Civil Engineer | Remote job availability: 0.4%
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