JobisJob has carried out an overall analysis of the South African labour market for September 2017. We have summarised all the information in the following infographic. With Job Market Insights, our state-of-the-art Big Data Tool, we are able to answer multiple questions that will reveal the different market trends for you in a matter of seconds. Which are the top publishing job boards in the market? Which are the recruitment agencies with the highest market share of job offers? Which sectors have the most difficult vacancies to cover vacancies? Which are the cities that generate the highest number of job offers? What job titles are most in demand? All this along with other highly relevant data…
This study was based on +98K job offers published across the country by major job boards and recruitment agencies. It will give you a privileged 360º view of the labour market. Making informed decisions was never so easy!
As with the Job Posting Hotspots 2016 in UK, now we bring you the Job Posting Hotspots 2016 in Scotland. In this case, we dive deeper into the Scottish market so all the data shown below is related to the total numbers in Scotland.
Top Locations and Sectors
Glasgow (23,8%) and Edinburgh (22,2%) are the top locations among the 14 most important. These cities concentrate almost half of the total vacancies in the country. 1/3 of the vacancies are related to IT (12,2%), Construction (9,1%) and Finance (8,3%) which are the leading sectors among categories. IT also leads the best paid jobs with a 2,6% of the vacancies in the range over £100K followed by Health (1,6%) and Finance (1,6%). Salaries in Construction sector fall into the range from £20K – £40K (52,3%)
Salaries and job types
The most common salary range is from £20K – £40K (26%) and 7,7% of the job vacancies offer from £40K – £60K. Among the specified job types almost 1/3 of job vacancies are permanent jobs in contrast to temporary job vacancies that comprise 2,5% of the total vacancies. In comparison with 2015 permanent job vacancies have grown 3 percentage points whereas temporary vacancies remain unchanged.
Regarding the working day, full time jobs (10,2%) stay as the most common distribution. However, vacancies that fit both criteria , e.g. permanent and full time, have decreased to 0’6%. ( – 1’6 percentage points)
Lastly, Search Consultancy heads the list of recruitment agencies with 2’2% of the total vacancies in Scotland.
Source: Job Market Insights
It’s time to look back at the labour market changes from 2015 to 2016 and map out your strategy. Whether you are a recruiter or a job hunter, Job Market Insights will provide you with the complete insights into job posting trends.
You can see some of these changes highlighted in the infographic below. The Market Dashboard gives you the most important data about the Market, including the Top Companies, Top Locations and Top Categories.
Whether you are looking for a job or just want to know who the top 10 employers are, you’ve come to the right place. What are your salary expectations? The average salary in United Kingdom has been broken down yearly but also according to the top 10 sectors. And finally, the most common job types across the UK.
Put Insights into action with our Job Posting Hotspots of 2016.
Source: Job Market Insights
Take a look at the top 3 sectors worldwide.
Where are you living right now? Are you bracing the wind in Cape Town? Enduring the heat in Paris or London? Preparing for a long anticipated spring in Peru? Wherever you are, we’ve got your labour market insights covered. By knowing who’s hiring and where, you’ll be a smarter and more informed job searcher.
Using our JobisJob big data and new tool, Job Market Insights, we’ve extracted inside information about the top three hiring sectors in each one of our 22 countries worldwide.
Top sectors: What does this mean for you?
By knowing who’s hiring, you’ll know where to apply. The job search is a long and tiresome task and if there’s a way to make it easier, we’ll pass it along to you.
Let’s say you live somewhere in the UK. Right now in the UK, the IT-Telecomm, Engineering and Finance sectors are hiring like crazy. But what if you don’t have the skills or experience it takes to land one of those jobs? Not to worry. Companies, even big tech giants like Apple and Google need candidates who aren’t 100% tech savvy! Communication, writing, and creative skills are also needed in these fields. Don’t be deterred too easily, your talents and experience will be received with open arms.
Knowing which sectors are hiring, now you can check out specific companies, job titles and salaries! Using our trends tool, you’ll have an overhead view of all that’s happening in the labour market!
An inside peak into the UK’s top paid sectors.
If you’re just starting out your career in the Consultancy, IT-Telecomm, Science Research, Legal or Finance field, you’re in luck. These sectors were rated the top 5 highest paid sectors in the UK for 2015.
By using JobisJob big data, we were able to measure the average yearly salary for these jobs and the amount of offers within these sectors posted on JobisJob in 2014.
2015′s best paid jobs
The infographic also illustrates the top hiring cities and companies looking for candidates right now. Using actual job listings on JobisJob, we found the desired skills for each sector as well as the most popular job titles, which you’ll find listed within the infographic.
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