Unvaccinated people don’t need to apply – Jobs requiring Covid Jab Skyrocket



Top line

Jobs requiring the Covid-19 vaccination have exploded since the United States Food and Drug Administration granted full approval to the Pfizer-BioNTech shot in August, according to LinkedIn data provided to Forbes, as employers step up pressure on workers who still refuse to get the jab.


The number of jobs on LinkedIn that include vaccine requirements has increased 20-fold in the past two months, a spokesperson for the platform said. Forbes.

There has been a “particularly dramatic increase” in the number of announcements requiring vaccination since August, the spokesperson added, suggesting that “companies are waiting” for full FDA approval to institute warrants.

Although unable to provide Forbes with specific numbers, LinkedIn said food production, IT services, biotechnology, marketing and advertising, and law were the industries with the most ads requiring vaccination.

The regions with the most assignments requiring vaccination were New York, Boston, San Francisco, Fayetteville, Arkansas, and Washington, DC

This trend is reflected in postings on other job boards like Indeed, where the number of postings requiring vaccination, although still relatively small compared to the total number of postings,flew 242% in August and show no panels to stop.

Key context

Patience with the unvaccinated is wear thin at many levels of government, in American businesses, and among vaccinated Americans. While most vaccinated Americans blame vaccine laggards for the increase in coronavirus cases and continued restrictions, few unvaccinated people feel responsible for the dire state of the pandemic. This chasm in understanding and behavior – polls suggest the unvaccinated are less likely worrying about Covid-19 or following precautions like wearing a mask to stop its spread and more likely to engage in normal activities – now permeates all aspects of life and her immunization status is growing most important. The vaccinated eliminate unvaccinated friends and family, who find themselves increasingly unable to travel, eat out, go to college or work. Tensions are high, with many unvaccinated angry to restrictions, exclusions and, at times, perceived discrimination and many vaccinated uncomfortable spending time or accommodating holdouts.

What to watch out for

Many companies are still Struggle With with warrants. Looming deadlines in the early adoption healthcare sector are a sign of things to come, however, and there are fears of shortages as hospitals begin to lay off staff who still refuse the shots.

What we don’t know

It is difficult to get precise figures on the number of jobs requiring vaccination. LinkedIn, although used by hundreds of millions of people around the world, is first and foremost a social network for professionals. Its job postings reflect this demographics and purpose and do not constitute a holistic view of the labor market. Indeed, aggregates web publications and offers a different picture of this market, although both illustrate the general trend. Other sites and search engines, like Adzuna, are also showing an increase in ads looking for fully vaccinated candidates, according to to the the Wall Street newspaper.

Further reading

The rise in hiring (and layoffs) according to vaccination status (Axios)

These are the American companies that are demanding Covid vaccines for their employees (Bloomberg)

Anger of “Vexcluded” Rises as Businesses Tackle Unvaxxed (Bloomberg)

Unvaccinated Americans blame everyone but themselves – children, vaccines and not wearing masks – for wave of Covid, poll shows (Forbes)

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