RBI Jobs Sites – User Profile Survey 2012: New Scientist Jobs UK   Our AudienceUser Profile Survey 2012  New Scientist Jobs
RBI Jobs Sites – User Profile Survey 2012: New Scientist Jobs UK Two thirds of respondents are actively looking for a job ...
RBI Jobs Sites – User Profile Survey 2012: New Scientist Jobs UK    Half are currently in permanent roles, while nearly a ...
RBI Jobs Sites – User Profile Survey 2012: New Scientist Jobs UK   Around 40% work in the commercial industry sector      ...
RBI Jobs Sites – User Profile Survey 2012: New Scientist Jobs UK   Around a third of respondents work in pharmaceuticals  ...
RBI Jobs Sites – User Profile Survey 2012: New Scientist Jobs UK   20% of respondents are managerial level or above       ...
RBI Jobs Sites – User Profile Survey 2012: New Scientist Jobs UK   Around a third specialise in Biological Sciences       ...
RBI Jobs Sites – User Profile Survey 2012: New Scientist Jobs UK    94% have a first degree or higher                     ...
RBI Jobs Sites – User Profile Survey 2012: New Scientist Jobs UKRespondents are 35 years oldon average                    ...
RBI Jobs Sites – User Profile Survey 2012: New Scientist Jobs UK Around 40% are from the South                      Greate...
RBI Jobs Sites – User Profile Survey 2012: New Scientist Jobs UK 16% of respondents have had an interview as a result of N...
RBI Jobs Sites – User Profile Survey 2012: New Scientist Jobs UK 14% of those that have used NatureJobs.com and 9% that ha...
RBI Jobs Sites – User Profile Survey 2012: New Scientist Jobs UK   Science industry job sites are considered most useful  ...
RBI Jobs Sites – User Profile Survey 2012: New Scientist Jobs UK   Jobs.ac.uk and totaljobs.com are the most commonly used...
RBI Jobs Sites – User Profile Survey 2012: New Scientist Jobs UK   77% of respondents feel the new site is better than the...
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  1. 1. RBI Jobs Sites – User Profile Survey 2012: New Scientist Jobs UK Our AudienceUser Profile Survey 2012 New Scientist Jobs
  2. 2. RBI Jobs Sites – User Profile Survey 2012: New Scientist Jobs UK Two thirds of respondents are actively looking for a job I am a jobseeker, actively looking for a job 67% I am a browser. I look at jobs, but Im not actively 33% Potential job seekers applying I am an employer / recruiter looking for candidates Excluded from subsequent analysis Q. Which of the following best describes your job seeking status?Base: all respondents (832) 2
  3. 3. RBI Jobs Sites – User Profile Survey 2012: New Scientist Jobs UK Half are currently in permanent roles, while nearly a fifth are unemployed Permanent - working full time (30+ hrs per week) 45% Unemployed 17% Temporary / Contractor 12% 50% are in permanent roles Permanent- working part time (less than 30 hrs per week) 5% Student / Recent graduate 18% Retired 0% Other 2% Q. What is your current working status?Base: all respondents (832) 3
  4. 4. RBI Jobs Sites – User Profile Survey 2012: New Scientist Jobs UK Around 40% work in the commercial industry sector Commercial Industry 41% Education 23% Healthcare - Public 13% Government 11% Healthcare - Private 9% Charity 3% Q. Which of the following sectors do you work in?Base: all working respondents (517) 4
  5. 5. RBI Jobs Sites – User Profile Survey 2012: New Scientist Jobs UK Around a third of respondents work in pharmaceuticals Pharmaceuticals 31% Food, drink, tobacco 10% Chemicals 10% IT Information (Information Technology) 5% Retail, wholesale, trade 4% Media 4% Agriculture, forestry, fishing 3% Gas, water, electricity, nuclear 3% Transport, communications 3% Oil and Gas 3% Renewable/Cleantech 2% Banking/Finance 1% Mining, quarrying, petroleum 0% Medical Health (e.g. MD/Physician) 0% Education 0% Computer Science 0% Other 19% Q. What is the main business of your organisation?Base: all working respondents in industry (210) 5
  6. 6. RBI Jobs Sites – User Profile Survey 2012: New Scientist Jobs UK 20% of respondents are managerial level or above Chief Exec/MD /Owner/Partner 2% Director 1% 20% managerial level or above Senior Manager 3% Manager/Team leader 14% Employee (without managerial responsibility) 36% Researcher 30% Graduate/Postgraduate 5% Self employed/Freelance 4% Trainee 1% Other 4% Q. What is your position within your company/organisation?Base: all working respondents (517) 6
  7. 7. RBI Jobs Sites – User Profile Survey 2012: New Scientist Jobs UK Around a third specialise in Biological Sciences Biological sciences 32% Chemistry 21% Medicine related science 13% Earth sciences/environment/energy 6% Biotechnology 6% Engineering 4% Computer/IT related 3% Physics 3% Clinical 2% Operational 1% Mathematical science 1% Other 9% Q. What is your main area of specialism?Base: all working respondents (519) 7
  8. 8. RBI Jobs Sites – User Profile Survey 2012: New Scientist Jobs UK 94% have a first degree or higher 29% 28% 23% 11% 3% 2% 1% 1% 0% Professional Postdoctoral PhD Masters/MSc First degree Diploma /HND / A-level GCSE / O-level Other qualification (BA, BSc) NVQ Q. What is your highest qualification?Base: all respondents (826) 8
  9. 9. RBI Jobs Sites – User Profile Survey 2012: New Scientist Jobs UKRespondents are 35 years oldon average Just over half are female 18-24 16% 25-34 42% Male Female 48% 52% 35-44 25% 45-54 12% 55-64 4% 65 or 0% Average age= 35 years old over Q. How old are you? Q. Are you …?Base: all respondents (826) Base: all respondents (825) 9
  10. 10. RBI Jobs Sites – User Profile Survey 2012: New Scientist Jobs UK Around 40% are from the South Greater London 18% South East 15% Outside UK (Europe) 14% South= 41% Outside UK (Rest of the world) 10% Midlands 8% South West 8% East Anglia 7% North West 6% Scotland 6% Yorkshire & Humberside 4% North East 3% Wales 2% Northern Ireland 0% Q. Which region are you based in?Base: all respondents (825) 10
  11. 11. RBI Jobs Sites – User Profile Survey 2012: New Scientist Jobs UK 16% of respondents have had an interview as a result of NewScientist Jobs Seen a job of interest 84% Referred a job to a friend 29% Applied on-line for a job 60% Applied off-line for a job 11% Set up an email alert/RSS 41% Got a job interview 16% Good proportion of jobseekers are successful on the site Received a job offer 8% High quality candidates *Compare to competitors on the next slide Moved into a new job 7% Q. As a result of visiting NewScientist Jobs, have you everBase: all respondents (777) 11
  12. 12. RBI Jobs Sites – User Profile Survey 2012: New Scientist Jobs UK 14% of those that have used NatureJobs.com and 9% that have used JobsinScience.com have got to the interview stage via those sitesSeen a job you would be interested 88% Seen a job you would be 84% in applying for interested in applying for Referred a job to a friend 27% Referred a job to a friend 19% Applied on-line for a job (via the Applied on-line for a job (via 47% the website, e-mail or mobile 49% website, e-mail or mobile app app Applied off-line for a job (by Applied off-line for a job (by 6% 2% letter, fax, phone) letter, fax, phone) Set up an email alert/RSS feed to 17% Set up an email alert/RSS feed receive jobs 13% to receive jobs Got a job interview 14% Got a job interview 9% Received a job offer 7% Received a job offer 6% Moved into a new job 4% Moved into a new job 1% Q. As a result of visiting NatureJobs.com, have you ever … Q. As a result of visiting JobsinScience.com have you ever…Base: all that have used NatureJobs.com (257) Base: all that have used Jobsinscience.com (86) 12
  13. 13. RBI Jobs Sites – User Profile Survey 2012: New Scientist Jobs UK Science industry job sites are considered most useful Internet - Science industry job websites (e.g. NewScientist Jobs) 30% Internet - General job websites (e.g. Totaljobs.com, Monster.co.uk) 18% Internet - Science industry-specific websites (e.g. newscientist.com) 12% Internet - Employer websites 8% Recruitment consultancies 5% Word of mouth/contacts 4% Science & Technology industry magazines 3% Internet - Other 2% National newspapers 2% Internet - Social Media websites (e.g. LinkedIn) 2% Local/Regional newspapers 1% Job Centres 1% Networking/events 1% Other business magazines 0% Other 2% Q. Which ONE of the following sources is the most useful to you when looking for a job?Base: all respondents (830) 13
  14. 14. RBI Jobs Sites – User Profile Survey 2012: New Scientist Jobs UK Jobs.ac.uk and totaljobs.com are the most commonly used competitors Jobs.ac.uk 41% Totaljobs.com 38% NatureJobs.com 37% Reed.co.uk 37% Monster.co.uk 32% Jobsite.co.uk 30% SRG.co.uk 20% Guardian 18% Fish4jobs.co.uk 16% How does this compare to 2008 FindaPhD.com 15% results? Jobsinscience.com 14% NatureJobs was top at 47%. ScienceDirect.com 14% Prospects.ac.uk 13% NatureJobs.com, Jobsinscience.com and Postdocjobs.com 9% Monster have decreased in popularity Milkround.com 9% whilst generalist job sites such as TotalJobs, Reed.co.uk and Jobsite have Telegraph.co.uk 7% gained in popularity. Careerbuilder.co.uk 7% Access-sciencejobs.co.uk 7% So whilst it looks like Jobs.ac.uk has become more popular, it has only risen Sciencemag.org 6% 1% since the last results. Workthing.com 2% Other 16% Q. Which other websites have you visited in the last 6 months to look for a job?Base: all respondents (790) 14
  15. 15. RBI Jobs Sites – User Profile Survey 2012: New Scientist Jobs UK 77% of respondents feel the new site is better than the previous version of New Scientist Jobs Much better than the previous site 36% 77% better than previous A little better than the previous site 41% About the same as the previous site 19% A little worse than the previous site 2% A lot worse than the previous site 2% Q. And, overall how would you rate the new NewScientist Jobs site compared to the previous site?Base: all excluding those that said ‘don’t know’ (602) 15

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