1 May 2011
The Totaljobs Barometer statistics for the first quarter of the year reveal mixed fortunes for jobseekers. While job growth is on the rise, jobseeker activity has been accelerating at an even higher rate, and in January reached a level never seen before.
Meanwhile, the growth in jobs is surprisingly being helped in no small part by the public sector and graduate markets, which showed some of the biggest percentage increases in new vacancies when compared to this time last year.
Read more from our quarterly Barometer report
What does the totaljobs.com Barometer include?
- A summary of our key data
- Sectors and regions with the highest growth or biggest decline
- Wider market analysis and context
The data covers the number of jobs posted by advertisers, the number of job details viewed by jobseekers and the number of applications to those jobs by jobseekers. All of the data is updated at the beginning of each month and reports are published every January, April, July and October; once registered, you will receive these reports by email as soon as they are published.
All data from the Totaljobs Barometer is sourced from the totaljobs.com website.