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Congratulations to our partners at Itiliti.net for launching an amazing new application that lets recruiters automatically see pay rates and trends for any job, in any city.
Excellent collaboration with our economist partner Issi Romem at BuildZoom, who produced the research for this Wall Street Journal article. Real-time labor market intelligence helps companies understand what's really going on in the market for talent. Link To Original Article
Our great partners at ENGAGE are delivering outstanding insights on what's really happening with the market for talent, using real-time market intelligence. "In this research article, we focus on analyzing one of the hottest markets: Technology Professionals. We also propose a new framework for better understanding of the real supply of professionals. The new model […]
Demand for future IT hiring in the US saw a 34 percent rise in May, according to labor market intelligence firm Greenwich.HR. This reverses a three-month declining trend, but listings for new IT jobs still remain well below their January levels. The inventory of open IT positions for US employers also rose 4.8 percent in […]
Greenwich.HR Releases April’s State Rankings for IT Pay According to Greenwich.HR’s monthly analysis of advertised pay for new IT positions, there is wide variation in IT salaries depending on the state where the position is located. While savvy managers know this intuitively, data is now available that shows these variances can often exceed 100 percent. […]
Leading indicators for IT hiring have fallen sharply, according to labor market intelligence firm Greenwich.HR. The inventory of open IT positions for US employers fell 13.1 percent in April compared to March levels. The number of new job listings for IT jobs also fell 22.7 percent for the month. And, for the first time since […]
The government reported this morning solid growth in healthcare jobs during February. And, according to market analysis firm Greenwich.HR , the forecast for upcoming healthcare hiring is getting even stronger. Demand for future healthcare positions, as measured by new job openings, increased markedly during February. For some types of jobs the demand grew by […]
New IT job postings fell 39.4 percent in February, according to Greenwich.HR. The number of days that job postings remain open also increased by an average of 20 percent. Which suggests access to IT talent is getting even tighter. Is This A Sign That IT Spending Is Slowing? “It's too early to […]
According to our newly released Monthly Job Market Report for US Healthcare jobs, clinicians with project management skills are in demand and command a 42% salary premium.