In 2020, online learning and digital skills took centre stage and Indian professionals pivoted to upskill themselves and stay productive.
LinkedIn said in a statement its data also shows that professionals from Recreation & Travel, Retail, and Corporate Services are more likely to look for jobs outside their current industry.
This new feature allows members to publish photos and videos up to 20 seconds long, which will be visible on their profiles for 24 hours, a LinkedIn release said.
One possible reason for this could be the strong support from live-in help and grandparents as well as more flexible working hours with remote working schemes.
L&T with its 20 lakh and five thousand plus followers, is the top most followed conglomerate, with Reliance Industries followed the second most at over 18 lakh, 98 thousand followers.
The top five in-demand jobs are software engineer, business development manager, sales manager, business analyst and content writer.
The company, which is part of tech giant Microsoft, has about 1,200 employees in India.
About 42 per cent millennials are concerned about commuting to work while nearly half (46 per cent) are worried about eating and sharing resting/collaborative spaces.
LinkedIn will help job seekers with the right skills to quickly find open roles by promoting them on its jobs page.
Google, Amazon, Microsoft, IBM, and Ford have also restricted or banned travel in light of the ongoing outbreak.