Are you a digital nomad wanting to visit another country, or an employee looking for a digital role? With the great resignation continuing into 2022, now is the time to think about a career change, or a change of scenery!
The number of digital jobs has exploded in the past decade, with more than 3.3 million search results for ‘digital jobs Europe’ generated on Google in less than a second2! In addition to this, Finland, Sweden, and Denmark topped the list of digitalization in 20203. In other words, employees are spoilt for choice!
Taking it upon themselves to find the most popular digital jobs per country, VoiceNation can reveal the countries where you are most likely to find an abundance of certain digital roles, from Web Developing and UX designers, to Digital PR Experts and Content Writers.
The most popular digital jobs based on the number of hiring ads online in every country are:
Italy is one of the best places for Social Media experts
Are you a creative thinker wanting a career in Social Media and are thinking about moving abroad? Italy and Greece are the countries with most social media roles available. There, you can both work and enjoy the sun!
If you are an SEO Specialist looking for the best places to work, the UK or France might be the countries for you. Out of all the digital roles available, there were most SEO Specialist roles available there. For aspiring project managers, look no further than Germany, the job beating SEO, IT and Web Development!
Sweden turns out to be a hotspot for people looking for a role within AI Engineering. If you’re looking to soak in the sun while working, you don’t need to look far! Spain and Portugal are two of the best places to look for an online customer service role, with this digital job beating Web Development and SEO as the digital role companies are hiring the most for.
Commenting on the study, a spokesperson at VoiceNation said,
“We wanted to make it easy for job applicants to find the best places to apply for certain digital roles, and took the extra step to create a fully fleshed out map of digital jobs in Europe, suiting both natives and internationals who want to explore more of other countries while working within their field.”
To read more about the study and its findings, please visit VoiceNation’s blog here.