Annual Infographic Report: The Polish Labour Market – 2017

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What happened in the Polish labour market during the last year? Job Market Insight, our Big Data tool keeps you abreast of all the information and trends related to vacancies, top locations and main agents of the labour market. All this summarised in a single infographic! Data is knowledge and our data will help you grow!

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If you are interested in other countries you can find the whole series here

 

 

Annual Infographic Report: UK Labour Market – 2017

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2017 has been an interesting year for the labour market in the UK. After our previous infographics and reports by categories, let’s look back and see the whole picture. As usual you will find all the information about vacancies, salaries and job titles summarised in the next infographic. Stay abreast in the era of Big Data with Job Market Insights, the only tool that offers you the knowledge for growing!

Job Market Insights Infographics UK 2017

Infographic: The Polish Labour Market – November 2017

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After the South African and French labour markets, now we take a look at the Polish Labour Market. This infographic series shows data from Job Market Insights, our Big Data Tool for the analysis of the job posting market trends. As in the previous insights, information covers job boards and recruitment agencies with the highest market share, locations that concentrate the biggest amount of job vacancies, job titles with plenty of job opportunities and also those vacancies which companies are desperately looking to fill.

Moreover, all this information just scratches the surface! Job Market Insights Infographics Poland

Christmas Job Trends in the UK 2017

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As Christmas is almost here, many of you will be probably looking for a job related to these special days. Christmas always represents an opportunity to get a job, since brands create campaigns and a bigger workforce is required. Either if you are a student looking for earning some money or you just want to get more experience, retail, customer service or logistics are growing sectors which have plenty of vacancies waiting for you. So, in order to help you achieving this aim we have summarised some relevant information of the Christmas Job Trends 2017*. Read on and start the New Year with some dosh in your pocket. Edinburgh-Christmas-Market Continue reading

Hard-to-Fill Positions Analysis in United Kingdom – October 2017

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This article presents a brief summary of the hard-to-fill positions during October 2017 in the UK. To extract and analyse the data, we have used our big data technology tool Job Market Insights, which provides us with an in-depth picture of the job market trends and the hard-to-fill positions in the jobs market.

About Hard-to-Fill positions. Hard-to-fill positions are vacancies being posted multiple times on paid sites with periods of up to 2 weeks in-between.  These are hot leads, positions that are being paid for by companies and are in desperate need of qualified candidates.

Firstly, we are going to give details of the the hard-to-fill positions from a general point of view at a national level.  We will also show the characteristics of these types of vacancies based on the data from the city or cities that register a representative amount of job offers in each of the regions.

HARD-TO-FILL POSITIONS IN THE UK – GLOBAL VIEW

In October 2017, the total number of hard-to-fill positions (10,884) accounted for 1% of the total vacancies published. In the sections that follow, we are going to provide information from different perspectives, looking at: the most frequently requested job title, salary range, location and issuing company.
If we analyse in terms of the most frequently requested job title, we can see that vacancies from Social Services and Sales sectors come out on top. From a salary perspective, almost 55% of the hard-to-fill positions are in salary ranges of less than £40,000 and around 28% have salaries less than £20,000.  Generally speaking, these are vacancies that are demanding customer service jobs with low salaries.
London is the location with the significant majority of hard-to-fill positions, accounting for 21% in total. We can see that the company ranking is dominated by large companies and organisations from the commodities and Health sectors.

UK – Oct’17 Hard -to -fill positions by Job Title

UK – Oct’17 Hard -to -Fill positions by Job Title

UK – Oct’17 Hard -to -Fill positions by Salary.

UK – Oct’17 Hard -to -Fill positions by Salary

UK – Oct’17 Hard -to -Fill positions by Location

UK – Oct’17 Hard -to -Fill positions by Location

UK – Oct’17 Hard -to -Fill positions by Company

UK – Oct’17 Hard -to -Fill positions by Company

 

HARD-TO-FILL POSITIONS BY LOCATION

ENGLAND

England maintains the total of 1% of hard-to-fill positions as a proportion of the total number of job offers in the market. The proportion of vacancies by location is similar both in terms of the global distribution of job offers and the distribution of hard-to-fill positions. The main yet subtle difference is in Birmingham, which is the third-placed city in England in terms of its total number of job offers published, but at the bottom of the top 5 in terms of its hard-to-fill positions.

England Oct ’17 – Distribution of Hard-to-Fill positions by Location

England Oct ’17 – Distribution of Hard-to-Fill positions by Location

England Oct ’17 – Distribution of total job offers by Location

England Oct ’17 – Distribution of total job offers by Location

 

London – Hard-to-Fill Positions in October’17

Around 24% of England’s hard-to-fill positions are concentrated in London. This percentage is significantly higher than that of the other cities that have published large numbers of job offers.  Manchester, Bristol, Leeds and Birmingham account for only 9% of England’s total number of hard-to-fill positions.

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