The number of skips in your average street is said to be a good indicator of fluctuating economic times. With this in mind, we decided that the number of jobs in construction advertised on JobisJob would also be a fairly good barometer of the 2013 UK economy. Take a look at what we found, or, if you prefer, read our summary on the topic instead.
Taken from a sample size of 44,000,000. Download this PDF here.
Our regional labour market report is a bit different this time. We’d always known London was an exception to the rule, but it was only really when we got down to analysing the London hiring market in significant detail that we realised just how unquantifiable the British capital is. For that reason, this week’s white paper (which you can download here) is somewhat shorter than other regions. Same rules apply, however – don’t hesitate to ask any questions, or make any comments or suggestions you may have.
Once again, it’s time for us to zoom into the labour market trends of one particular region of England. Having already looked at North-East England and the West Midlands, this time the JobisJob camera will be panning down to the South-East, where we’ll be looking at employment trends over 2012-2013. You can also download this document to read in your own time, if you wish.
This PDF file contains a guide to labour market trends in the West Midlands (and Birmingham), taken from statistics from the JobisJob database and other sources (see inside for more information). You can download it to peruse at your leisure, or see our infographic or article for a shorter overview. Published July 2013.
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Too much information? Download this PDF to read later, or alternatively see our visual or text summary.