The most in demand occupation over the past 30 days - Computer Specialists

 The number one position that recruiters posted over the past thirty days was for Computer Specialists. There have been over 220,000 new jobs for Computer Programmers, a 26% increase from the same time period in 2010.

 

Hiring Demand for Computer Specialists by Employers – Past 4 Months: 

Hiring Demand for Computer Specialists by Employers - Past 4 Months:

Source: WANTED Analytics

 

The top three positions with new online job ads for Computer Specialists were: Computer Systems Analysts, Web Developers and Computer Software Engineers. 

 

Top Occupations for Computer Specialists:

 Top Occupations for Computer Programmers

Source: WANTED Analytics


California, with more than 30,000 ads, leads the US in job postings. San Francisco, the highest metropolitan area in California, has over 3,800 jobs.  Texas and New York, the second and third highest hiring states, have posted over 14,000 jobs each.

 

Due to the competition for this talent pool in San Francisco, recruiters will have a more difficult time filling these positions.  However, recruiters in the New York metropolitan area should find it relatively easier to fill Computer Specialist positions, as measured by the Hiring Scale™.  There are currently 1,300 individual companies recruiting for Computer Specialists in the San Francisco metro area.

 

Hiring Demand Metrics for San Francisco, Houston and New York – Computer Specialists:

San Francisco Hiring ScaleHouston Hiring ScaleNew York Hiring Scale

Source: WANTED Analytics


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Comment by Max on May 26, 2011 at 4:42pm

Surprised the post has no comments... 

[Is it because the title isn't the "most attention-grabbing"?  Read this blog-post by Scott Wintrip.]

And I just had to click the link (WANTED Analytics - no affiliation) as it looked very fascinating.
Luckily, I've stumbled upon a well-designed, user-friendly business analytics site with lots of industry insight, research and stats.

Interesting Hiring Data For US:

  • Demand for Recruiters up 27% in April, 2011
  • Hiring demand for recruiters by corporate HR departments and staffing agencies continued to show steady growth last month, up 27% over April 2010, with over 10,700 new job ads posted
  • Hiring by direct employers made up the bulk of this activity, with over 7,500 ads or 70% of overall demand
  • Demand by direct employers has also increased at a faster pace, up 35% over April 2010 vs. a 6% increase for staffing agencies
  • The top 10 corporate employers looking to hire recruiters are ADP, American Cancer Society, KPMG, Microsoft, Jefferson Wells, Ernst & Young, Capital One, Kaiser Permanente, Aspen Dental and Time Warner
  • Recruiting Agencies Posted Over 91,000 New Jobs for Computer Specialists in April
  • Top 5 Employers with Computer Specialist Job Postings are Microsoft, Wellpoint, AT&T, SAIC and Northrop Grumman
  • Top 20 Occupations by Hiring Demand are Web Developers, Marketing Managers, Computer Systems Analysts, Exec. Secretaries & Admin Assistants and Registered Nurses
  • The top 3 occupations with the best year-over-year growth rates are Financial Managers (47%), Marketing Managers (44%) and Management Analysts (37%)
  • New York City area employers posted more than 169,000 new online job ads jobs in April, up 7.4% over April 2010
  • Although a drop from March levels, metro NYC hiring demand up 79% over its 4-year low in December 2008
  • 2,000 New Social Media Jobs for Sales & Marketing Professionals
  • Recruiting agencies and employers posted over 2,000 new social media job ads for sales and marketing professionals in April
  • This is on pace with year-to-date averages for hiring demand in this field
  • Recruiters in New York, San Francisco and Los Angeles will have a relatively easier time filling these positions than their counterparts in the Seattle area, as measured by the Hiring Scale

Top 25 Metro Areas by Hiring Demand – Marketing Managers – April 2010 vs 2011

 

Not sure whether I'll get a free trial and eventually subscribe, but I'll certainly download The Hiring Scale™ WHITEPAPER created and shared by this Canadian company headquartered in Quebec City.

 

Business Intelligence for the Talent Marketplace.

WANTED Analytics™ 3.0 is the most powerful way to find real-time business intelligence on jobs, employers, and talent. The Talent tab brings together for the first time years of Hiring Demand and Talent Supply data to create a true talent intelligence platform for hard-to-fill positions.

 

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