Exercise Physiology rising to #2 in Australia

Linkedin recently released a report showcasing the fastest growing job titles over the last five years in Australia and it is not a surprise to see Exercise Physiologist as #2. A post by GPTQA creator Graham Dudley.

In my experience, the impact of technologies and focus on injury prevention (physical and mental) has been boiling for the last decade but seemed another 8 to 10 years away before it would really make and impact however the fall-out of the pandemic has just accelerated this in the workplace and day-to-day life so it is not a surprise for me to Exercise Physiologists making such a rise in the space of holistic well-being.

The to 20 roles increasing in demand in Australia:

  1. Technical Program Manager
  2. Clinical Exercise Physiologist
  3. Site Reliability Engineer
  4. Sales Development Representative
  5. Platform Engineer
  6. Growth Specialist
  7. Claims Adjuster
  8. Machine Learning Engineer
  9. Sustainability Manager
  10. Enterprise Account Executive
  11. Cyber Security Analyst
  12. Crime Analyst
  13. Data Engineer
  14. Job Coach
  15. Cloud Engineer
  16. Customer Success Manager
  17. Client Associate
  18. Business Development Representative
  19. Health Assistant
  20. Service Desk Engineer

Looking through this list it is interesting to note that only 2 are within a health and well-being sector and only Clinical Exercise Physiologist (2) as a proactive allied health care intervener. Let’s be honest though, ten of these titles are IT and data specialists (1, 3, 5, 7, 8, 11, 12, 13, 15 and 20), six are revisions of a sales representative (4, 6, 10, 16, 17, and 18), Job Coach is HR and it is nice to see Sustainability Manager ranking with a focus on more environmentally aware organisational change.

Great EP’s such as the team at My Inspiration Never Dies are certainly innovating in the new-age of applied technology and making preventative care a real thing that is deliverable and manageable in the community.



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