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The Education Job Candidate Report offers a concise view of the Education job market. This study highlights current employment trends and candidate activity across the United States and focuses on ...

The Education Job Candidate Report offers a concise view of the Education job market. This study highlights current employment trends and candidate activity across the United States and focuses on Education professionals and recruiters looking to hire Education talent.

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An overall look at Education market conditions and employment forecasts
A look at demographics and locations of Education talent across the United States
Insight on Education professionals and their evaluation of job opportunities

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    • SNAPSHOT:EDUCATIONU.S. Job CandidatesBrought to you by Monster InsightsDecember 2011
    • Education | Market Conditions Education Employment Trends EDUCATION FOOTPRINT: More than 444,900 Education job MONSTER EMPLOYMENT INDEX seekers have public resumes for (Source: Monster Employment Index (MEI): http://www.about-monster.com/employment/index/15) employers to view on Monster Index YoY Change Educators 41%140 20% Trainers 23%130 15% Early Child/Sp Ed 16%120 10% Administration 8%110 5% Other Educ Related 12%100 0% 90 -5% EVERY MONTH in the U.S.: (Source: Monster Internal Data, 12-month average, 80 -10% Dec ‘10 – Nov ‘11) J-11 J-11 J-11 O-11 N-10 D-10 A-11 A-11 S-11 N-11 F-11 M-11 M-11 Candidates viewed Education jobs 1.4 million times on Monster.com The Education, Training and Library MEI, which tracks U.S. online recruitment activity in related Candidates responded to Education occupations, had a weak start in 2011 but jobs 154,900 times on Monster.com recovered in March remaining mostly positive. 14,300 new Education resumes are Education Employment Forecasts added to Monster.com (Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics: Occupational Outlook Handbook, 2010-2011; Occupation Employment, May 2010) There are nearly 8 million teachers employed Top Keywords/Titles Searched in the U.S. and they are forecasted to add over 1. Education 6. Physical Education one million roles in the 2008-18 decade. 2. Special Education 7. Higher Education Self enrichment teachers are one of the top ten 3. Early Childhood Education 8. Elementary Education fastest growing occupations in the U.S. as 4. Health Education 9. Physical Education Teacher course offerings expand and individuals seek further training. This occupation is expected to 5. Special Education Teacher 10. Education and Training rise 32% or add 81,300 jobs from 2008-18. Kindergarten, elementary school, middle school and secondary school teachers hold a Top Skills and Certificates majority roles (3.5 million in 2008) in the 1. Microsoft Products 6. Project Management Education occupation. Employment is expected to grow by 13% to 3.9 million over 2. Customer Service 7. Organization the 2008-18 decade. Roles in math, science 3. Sales 8. Marketing and bilingual education are most in demand. 4. Leadership 9. Problem Solving Two other essential Education roles include 5. Communications 10. Management Postsecondary Teachers (15% rise to 2.0 million) and Teacher Assistants (10% growth to 1.5 million). Copyright © 2011 by Monster, Inc. All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system or transmitted in any form by any means, electronic, 2 mechanical, photocopying, recording or otherwise without the prior written permission of Monster, Inc.
    • Education | Seeker Demographics Education Level Career Level High Cert/Voc School Exec. Training 2% Student 9% 6% 6% Post2 Year Grad Entry-Degree/ 28% Level Some 13% ManagerCollege 31% 22% Mid- 4 Year Career Degree 41% 42% Experience Level Monster’s Education Candidates… 15+ Years 21% • 70% have a Bachelor’s 10+ to 15 Years 16% Degree or higher 7+ to 10 Years 13% • 72% are Mid-Career or Manager level 5+ to 7 Years 13% 2+ to 5 Years 21% • 37% have 10 or more years of experience 1+ to 2 Years 9% • Expect to earn a median Less than 1 year 7% of $45,000 per yearCopyright © 2011 by Monster, Inc. All rights reserved. No part of this publication may bereproduced, stored in a retrieval system or transmitted in any form by any means, electronic, 3mechanical, photocopying, recording or otherwise without the prior written permission ofMonster, Inc.
    • Education | Geography The highest volume of Education resumes are found in California, Texas, New York and Florida. Reviewing the available talent on Monster per workforce volumes shows the states with the most active Education resumes; these states include Massachusetts, Ohio, Florida, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and New York. Opportunities to obtain educators may be less competitive in these areas where job seekers are more dynamic in relation to the area’s labor pool. Highest Volume of Available Education Resumes Top 10 US States Top 10 US Markets California 12% New York 9% Texas 10% Los Angeles 6% New York 7% Boston 4% Florida 7% Dallas 4% Ohio 5% Philadelphia 4% Pennsylvania 5% Chicago 4% Illinois 4% Washington DC 3% New Jersey 4% Atlanta 3% Georgia 4% Houston 3% Massachusetts 4% San Francisco 2%Copyright © 2011 by Monster, Inc. All rights reserved. No part of this publication may bereproduced, stored in a retrieval system or transmitted in any form by any means, electronic, 4mechanical, photocopying, recording or otherwise without the prior written permission ofMonster, Inc.
    • Education | Best Practices In a recent Monster survey of more than 450 Sales professionals, respondents were asked several questions about how they evaluate a potential job opportunity. The responses reveal the importance of writing a concise and accurate job description. A well-written job posting will ideally lead to a more relevant pool of candidates. Respondents were asked what the most Sales professionals were asked about their important criteria was in their job biggest frustrations, if any, with advertised assessment process. Sales professionals Sales jobs. The greatest frustrations noted the essential criteria included: included: 1. Compensation 1. Lack of response from employers 2. Location 2. Inflated requirements 3. Reputation of employer 3. Omission of key criteria 4. Work/life balance and flexibility 4. Vague job descriptions  Include criteria which are viewed as  Eliminate potential recruiting barriers essential to job seekers within a job that job seekers/candidates’ indicate are posting in order to attract the most their biggest frustrations. relevant candidates. Respondents rated the structure of a job Sales professionals rated the following job posting in order of importance: criteria in order of importance: 1. Requirements 1. Salary, Salary, Salary 2. Qualifications 2. Quality & Security of the Company 3. Job Title 3. Location 4. About the Company 4. Whats the Work Environment Like? 5. Summary Information 5. Corporate Culture 6. Company Name (Logo/Picture) 6. Schedule/Hours - Could be PT/Flexible 7. Benefits Hours  Structure job postings in the order in  Include information that job seekers which job seekers/candidates read a deem important so that they can fairly posting so the posting has the highest evaluate opportunities. impact.Copyright © 2011 by Monster, Inc. All rights reserved. No part of this publication may bereproduced, stored in a retrieval system or transmitted in any form by any means, electronic,mechanical, photocopying, recording or otherwise without the prior written permission of 5Monster, Inc.
    • Education | Want to Learn More? Monster Intelligence offers a number of free reports and webinars that provide relevant insights into the vital issues organizations face today The information included in this snapshot is a fraction of the information Monster collects. Monster partners with thousands of companies around the globe that use Monster Intelligence data and insights to help with strategic HR decision-making from Talent Availability to Site Selection. Please see our Job Conditions Reports for a more in-depth look at: > Market Conditions: An analysis of the industry, recruiting trends, and hiring conditions > Hiring Talent: A look at talent, including their desired occupations; skills, career, education and experience level; national concentration; and current job search conditions > Supply and Demand Analysis: A comparison of talent supply and talent demand across numerous elements, helping recruiters to identify opportunity and challenge areas; analysis includes occupations, job/resume requirements, qualifications, and compensation To access a full line of research visit the Monster Resource Center at: http://hiring.monster.com/hr/hr-best-practices/market-intelligence.aspx To find out more about Monster Intelligence, contact your Monster Representative atMonster is the primary source of information for this report; 1-800-MONSTER ext. 6333 orit should only be interpreted as a definitive activity report onMonster and its subsidiaries. email: intelligence@monster.com 6
    • Monster, the premier global digital employment solution for more than a decade, inspires people to improve their lives. With a global presence, Monster works for everyone by connecting employers with quality job seekers at all levels and providing personalized career advice to consumers globally.Monster For more information visit www.monster.com or call your5 Clock Tower Place local Monster Representative.Suite 500 1-800-MONSTER (666-7837)Maynard, MA 01754