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Feb Seek Job Data
Feb Seek Job Data
Feb Seek Job Data
Feb Seek Job Data
Feb Seek Job Data
Feb Seek Job Data
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Feb Seek Job Data

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Brief overview of trends in Job Vacancies, showing some sectors doing much better than others!

Brief overview of trends in Job Vacancies, showing some sectors doing much better than others!

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  • 1. 2011
    All classifications report
    February
  • 2. 2 Years later the # of vacancies is back above Jan 2009
    2
  • 3. Accounting
    Still tough in Auckland for Accountants
    3
  • 4. Construction
    4
  • 5. Engineering
    Engineering Flat line!
    5
  • 6. Marketing & Communications
    Mar /Comms one of the few growth areas at nearly 2 times the Jan 2009 level
    6
  • 7. Resources & Energy
    7
  • 8. Sales
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