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Infographic: Top Job Sites Worldwide (Jan. – Jun. 2018 vs Jan. – Jun. 2017)

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Continuing with this worldwide infographics series, in this case you will find which are the leading job sites in the current job market.

In this highly detailed infographic, Job Market Insights has gathered the volume of offers per site and the variation compared to the same period of 2017.

When we have to decide on a strategy we need to have in depth knowledge about the business environment. And that is where Job Market Insights through its Big Data analysis helps you make insightful decisions. Not only do we have main job sites, this big data tool also provides you information about which are the important companies that publish on each job board, which are the locations with highest volume of offers and which are the most in demand job positions. Not to speak of many other features…

Contact insights@jobisjob.com and discover how Job Market Insights can help you to orient your decisions and grow your business.

TOP JOB SITES - WORLDWIDE (Jan-Jun 2018 vs Jan-Jun 2017)

Infographic: The French Labour Market – October 2017

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Job Market Insights is a big data tool that analyses data from the different markets where Jobisjob is present and throws light on some interesting facts about the labour market. Jobisjob has carried out an overall analysis of the French market in October. The following infographic includes the most relevant issues and outlines different market trends for you in a matter of seconds.

As we can see in the graphic, in the Job boards category job, Meteojobs has the most published offers in October with more than 15% of the market share. Job Market Insights allows you to evaluate how many companies are posting and how many offers are being posted. This information can be personalised according to your preference. We can also become acquainted with which are the most important recruitment agencies on an international level, such as Adecco or Randstad and on a national level, such as Completude. We can also see the cities with the highest number of job offers.

Finally, some of the most interesting data we can access with Job Market Insights is the hard-to-fill positions, meaning those offers most demanded, but not covered by anyone. The top 3 sectors leading this category are Computing, Commerce and Industry. We can also learn about top job titles, those with the highest number of offers, which in this case would be the Hôtellerie-Restauration section, Commercial Adviser, Cook and Maintenance Technician.

These results are based on the analysis of more than 820k offers published across France and offers a privileged 360ª view of the labour market. For further in-depth information, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us.

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Nous vous présentons une infographie avec des données extraites par notre outil Job Market Insights sur le marché du travail français au cours du mois d’octobre. Cette analyse nous permet de tirer des conclusions sur les tendances du marché et nous permet de connaître des données pertinentes, comme par exemple les localités où la plupart des offres sont concentrées géographiquement. Job Market Insights est un outil qui vous permet de personnaliser vos critères de recherche en fonction de vos intérêts et offre des résultats issus de l’analyse de toutes les informations que nous possédons, et ce grâce à la détention de plus de 85% des offres de chaque pays où nous sommes présents.

Dans le document, nous pouvons observer les plus importants sites d’emploi en France, comme par exemple Meteojob, Beepjob et Leboncoin. Il fournit également les agences de recrutement les plus puissantes sur le marché, ainsi que le nombre d’offres publiées par chacun d’entre eux.

Le document nous donne aussi des informations sur lesintitulés d’emploi les plus populaires sur le marché au cours du mois d’Octobre, avec le nombre total correspondant à chacun d’entre eux mais également la catégorie la plus intéressante et la plus pertinente à prendre en compte: les postes difficiles à pourvoir. Il Indique les secteurs de l’emploi pour lesquels les postes vacants sont les plus difficiles à combler, là où il est le plus facile de trouver du travail et là où les entreprises insistent le plus pour chercher à occuper leurs postes.

Si vous souhaitez obtenir plus d’informations sur l’outil ou sur le marché du travail français, n’hésitez pas à nous contacter!

Job Market Insights Infographics France

8 Ways to Make the Job Search Easier

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The job search is difficult. We’re here to make it a little easier.

When finding a new job or changing careers, it’s important to have an open mind. This infographic touches on 8 topics that will help you facilitate the job searching process.

8 Ways to Make the Job Search easier JobisJob

Making the job search easier


If you’re not happy with your current job, change it! It is a risk and you’ll embark on uncertain territory, but if you’re unhappy with where you are now, it’s never too late to change jobs or even careers.

Find a job that will motivate you and one where your skillset will be used every day. Your options are limitless and companies look for candidates with a wide variety of talent.

You’re comfortable in your town but perhaps the perfect job is across the country.  Don’t be afraid to uproot and begin a new adventure! The United Kingdom is full of opportunities, limiting yourself to one destination will only make it harder to find a job.

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Show Me the Money, This Year’s Top Paid Sectors

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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.

JobisJob best paid sectors 2015 UK

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The Mobile Job Search | How Smartphones Are Changing the Way We Find Work

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We know technology and mobile phones are changing the way we do things. We know that today, an entire computer system can fit into our pocket or around our wrist. Wherever we are we can catch up on the news, share our photos, download a song, order lunch, buy a flight, book a hotel, order dinner, etc. etc. It’s getting hard to imagine how life was before our smartphone. Though there are controversial views on the dependence we’ve developed on our mobiles, there is one thing we can’t complain about: it’s facilitation to the job search.

JobisJob Mobile Job Search

The job search has transformed drastically over a short period of time. It started with flyers and classified listings and then moved to the World Wide Web with online job boards, job aggregators and social media network sites like LinkedIn, and now, finally, to the mobile device.

The facts


Here at JobisJob, our Big Data team has been tracking the mobile job search evolution; the results were impressive and have helped us fully comprehend the capability (and power) of the mobile job search.

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Job searches from desktop computers and laptops are gradually decreasing while mobile searches are increasing at a rapid pace! Currently 46% of UK JobisJob users are searching from their mobile phone, compared to 28% in 2013. Today, 14% of users search from their tablet. Desktop users have fallen from 63% in 2013 to 41% in 2015.

Check out the full infographic with data from 22 countries worldwide.

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