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Las 15 áreas metropolitanas del país con más oportunidades laborales

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En estos tiempos tormentosos por la crisis del Covid-19, 15 áreas metropolitanas del país se destacaron en 2020 por ser los sitios donde hubo más oportunidades laborales, según un estudio de LinkedIn.

Los cinco primeros lugares de la lista que publicó la red social de negocios la encabezan Seattle, Austin, Boston, San Francisco y Raleigh-Durham.

Para el estudio se analizaron las condiciones del mercado laboral en 182 áreas metropolitanas de Estados Unidos.

El análisis se centró en dos medidas clave, ajustadas al tamaño demográfico, explicó LinkedIn.

De acuerdo con el informe, la primera medida es el volumen medio de ofertas de empleo en LinkedIn y la segunda es la cantidad de personas en cada área que son contratadas, según lo rastreado por las actualizaciones de sus perfiles.

El estudio señala que el éxito en 2020 no fue fácil: “La robusta economía de hace un año (solo 3.5% de desempleo en febrero) colapsó en la primavera cuando las restricciones económicas relacionadas con Covid-19 dejaron sin trabajo a millones de personas. La tasa de desempleo de abril del 14,7% fue la peor en muchas décadas”.

Estas son las 15 ciudades del país con más oportunidades laborales en 2020:

  1. Seattle, Washington
  2. Austin. Texas
  3. Boston, Massachusetts
  4. San Francisco Bay Area, California
  5. Raleigh-Durham, Carolina del Norte
  6. Denver, Colorado
  7. Washington DC
  8. Nashville. Tennessee
  9. Richmond, Virginia
  10. Madison, Wisconsin
  11. Fayetteville, Arkansas
  12. Charlotte, Carolina del Norte
  13. Provo, Utah
  14. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
  15. Chicago, Illinois

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#10- Maria Duzon Teal

Transforming culture through leadership

Age: 31

Title: Senior Relationship Manager

Name of Organization: LinkedIn

Close friends of Maria Teal know that she loves her job. Her career has jumped from social service to corporate sales, yet with each new venture, she embodies a passion for building great teams and cultures.

Maria launched her career as Head of Marketing at the nonprofit, InnVision Shelter Network (now LifeMoves), in Silicon Valley. When the company doubled in size through a merger, Maria spearheaded a “unity team” to connect employees through a shared vision of ending homelessness. She later took her passion for business leadership to Chicago, pursuing her MBA at the Kellogg School of Management. Maria stayed engaged in public service through Kellogg Board Fellows, and has since joined the board of Umoja Student Development Corporation, an education nonprofit supporting Chicago youth.

After graduate school, Maria joined LinkedIn and partnered with companies to assist them with attracting talent to showcase their employment brands to prospective candidates. As a champion of LinkedIn’s transformative culture, Maria led the Chicago Culture Committee, spearheading monthly events to invest in employee development. She also founded and sings in a company rock band, which debuted at the LinkedIn talent show in front of 3,000 peers. Maria is thrilled to find a home for her greatest passions; culture, leadership, and music, all in one place.

Maria holds a BA from Stanford University and an MBA from the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University. She lives with her husband Solon in Chicago, where they love hosting dinner parties and traveling whenever possible.

 

Words of Wisdom:

“A great company culture is transformative. It empowers you to transform yourself, your community, and your world.”