With the job market in Phoenix, it can be challenging to determine what jobs are actually available, if they fit with your career path and skillset, and how to secure them. Whether you’re longing for a new job or simply curious as to what’s out there, you might need a little help navigating the Phoenix job market.
Below, Arizona employers share the high-demand jobs they’re hiring for, as well as why someone looking for work may consider that career opportunity.
In today’s climate, business development matters more than ever. Companies need business development officers who are competitive, consultative, enjoy solving problems, and building networks. If you love winning, closing deals, and live for high 5s, then perhaps it is time to look into business development opportunities in Phoenix.
Kimberly Kriewald, AVANA Capital
Client Services and Customer Support
Well, what a difference a month can make. Last month, my clients were moving forward with searches as the unemployment rate held steady at 3.5%. Last week, 3.3M unemployment claims were filed. Companies in the healthcare, insurance, and technology industries are moving forward in hiring customer service type of roles. Searching for jobs with titles like “Client Services” or “Customer Support” may produce a list of job opportunities in demand here in Phoenix.
Jon Schneider, Recruiterie
Entry Level to Director
BestCompaniesAZ in partnership with AZ@Work and Career Connectors have compiled a list of resources to help job seekers and employers navigate the workforce in light of COVID-19. There are over 80 companies hiring for 1000+ jobs right here in the valley. From entry-level part-time jobs to director level careers, there is a perfect fit for you out there.
Denise Gredler, Best Companies AZ
Several companies in the Valley are still actively hiring the best and brightest engineers to join their team. This not only includes Software Engineers but also Manufacturing Engineers. If you have the technical skills and expertise, then there are several engineering opportunities in demand.
Ryan Nouis, TruPath
As the economy has contracted, we have extended offers to Content Writers to help our company create long-form blog posts and optimized landing pages. If you can write, there’s always a need you can fill with a company. That may be a full-time role or a temporary freelance gig that can be found on services like Upwork or Fiverr.
Brett Farmiloe, Digital Marketing Company