Internet search queries such as work from home jobs and online courses, how to sell online and certificate courses were the highest search words on Google. It had the highest growth and research in India during 2020 compared to 2019, This was in the report for Google’s annual ‘Year in Search for the year 2020.
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There was 140 percent growth in work from home job searches all across the nation in the year 2020. Remote working becoming a habitual norm during the initial phase of the Covid pandemic. Searches such as certificate courses had 50 percent on-year growth and how to sell online was over 65 percent increase in searches.
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On March 25, 2020, last year All the global government implemented a lockdown that forced companies to shut their offices, and the staff had to compulsory work from home. Many employees lost their jobs had to confine in their four walls of the homes due to the lockdown which resulted in an increased surge in search queries for “work from home jobs” on Google.
During the year 2020, the term “work from home jobs” witnessed the highest interest and search in India in the states of Telangana, followed by Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh, Pondicherry, and Maharashtra. Specifically, when it came to the cities web users in the Maharashtrian city of Mira-Bhayandar had the highest number of searches for “work from home jobs” along with places such as Secunderabad, Thane, Hyderabad, Pimpri-Chinchwad, Ghaziabad, Bengaluru, Navi Mumbai, Visakhapatnam, and Mysuru.
Even interest in the search phrase “online course” rise during April, The google interest came from Thane, Salem, Noida, Kanpur, Gurgaon, Pimpri-Chinchwad, Coimbatore, Ghaziabad, Vadodara, and Navi Mumbai.
According to Google, Google Search such as connected devices saw a huge demand with ‘second-hand laptops’ which resulted in a 60 percent rise in search queries. People also searched for comfort and convenience for smooth transacting online options with more than 60 percent searches such as how to pay online, which was flat in the last year.
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