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State of the UK Online Labour Market – 2018 Year Analysis

Amsterdam, 02/11/2019

Textkernel’s recent year analysis of the UK Job market revealed 9,265,785 unique jobs posted on non-government sites.

The data used for this report comes from Jobfeed, Textkernel’s searchable job database for lead generation, competitive insights and labour market analysis.

Key Highlights:

  • There were 1.67% fewer jobs posted in 2018 when compared with 2017
  • Sales and Trading experienced the largest movement, dropping by 1.49%
  • Customer Service Agent has taken the top professional spot over Nurse, reflecting strong growth in the Administration and Customer Service category
  • Nurse, Sales Manager and Trainee all peak in number of posting during Q2 of 2017, after which they decline through to the end of 2018
  • Large retail store chains including TESCO, Asda Stores and Sainsbury’s are in the top 5 direct employers by number of online postings

The full report contains even more insight and can be downloaded here.

Fill in your details to receive your free copy of the State of the UK Labour Market in 2018 report, powered by Jobfeed.

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State of the UK Labour Market – Q3 2018

Amsterdam, 10/29/2018

Textkernel’s recent Q3 2018 analysis of the UK Job market revealed 2,360,570 unique jobs posted on non-government sites.

The data used for this report comes from Jobfeed, Textkernel’s searchable job database for lead generation, competitive insights and labour market analysis.

Key highlights of the report include:

  • Customer Service Agent was the top profession, followed closely by Nurses
  • Healthcare is the top Job category in the UK, despite declining 0.4% compared to Q3 2017
  • Information and Communication Technology and Insurance and Finance both grew market share by 0.5%
  • England accounted for 91.2% of the online jobs posted
  • Full-time positions accounted for 90.8% of all vacancies posted

You can learn more about the state of the UK Labour Market in Q3 2018 by reviewing our infographic below, and downloading the full report.

This report looks at vacancies posted on commercial, independent job sites; Governmental vacancy websites are not included in this analysis. Franchise jobs, side jobs, internships, volunteer work, freelance positions and apprenticeships are excluded from the analysis.

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Boost your strategic decision-making – Jobfeed US gets Insights and updated EMSI analytics

Amsterdam, 10/10/2018

Jobfeed, the HR big data tool for competitive insight, labor market analytics and lead generation, has been updated! Our US customers can now gain even greater understanding of the labor market, both the supply-side and demand-side, with the following updates:

Everything you need to know in less than 4 minutes

What’s new – Insights

Analyze the demand side of the job market with Insights

The new Insights tab offers users a visual representation of the jobs data they’re working with via charts to better analyze the demand side of the market. These insights update based on the current search form users currently customize for their queries and offer insight into top employers and agencies, top professions, job boards, median posting duration, salary offered, distribution by state and more.

*Example of the new job posting insights

What’s new – Revamped EMSI Analytics

Gain supply-side insight into the market with EMSI Analytics

The enhanced EMSI Analytics tab provides data from the US census bureau and other sources to offer insight into the supply side of the market. This is available per profession and is customizable down to the county level. EMSI is perfect for investigating the number of employees in a specific profession, their typical regional earnings compared to the national earnings and the number of people hired per month versus the number of job postings per month.

*Example of earnings data for Legal secretaries on the improved EMSI tab

Create customized charts using the search form you are already familiar with

The many filters and search criteria that you’re already using on the Jobfeed portal for searching jobs work automatically with the data visualization on the Insights tab. This makes it a great way to turn a search you’re already busy with into an analysis of market demand and supply.

Overview of the complete Insights page, filtered by role and location

Actionable, interactive charts link directly to the job data

Most of the charts are interactive and link directly to the job details. Interactive charts are an intuitive way to explore and analyse data on a high level while still allowing you to immediately inspect the specific jobs, roles or companies behind this data.

 

Example of inspecting jobs at Employers and Agencies (intermediaries) for a search

Extensive data provides historical records as well as future trend prediction

The new charts available in Insights include job posting data since May 2016, while the EMSI Analytics section has labor market data stretching from 2001 to 2023 (future trend prediction). This information is ideal to support strategic decision making and adapt your focus and services to the needs of the market.

Create a visual overview about a specific role or company in minutes

The charts available on both the Insights and EMSI Analytics tabs can be changed to focus on a company or role depending on the data in the search form. This provides the information needed to spearhead existing conversations with customers or prospects about their unique situations.

Overview of the complete EMSI page, filtered by role and location

Immediately available – and we’d love your feedback

The new Jobfeed features are immediately available; we’d love to hear your feedback. Please get in touch with your account manager, or mail us at info@jobfeed.com with any questions, comments or suggestions you have.

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