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Jobfeed report: The online job market in Q1 2015 - Germany, France, the Netherlands

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What are the similarities and in what way do job markets differ across Europe? To answer this question, Jobfeed publishes an infographic laying out side-by-side key data gathered in the first quarter of 2015 in Germany, France and the Netherlands. The results presented here are based on the analysis of millions of jobs posted online and collected by Jobfeed between 1 January and 31 March 2015 in the 3 countries.

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Jobfeed report: The online job market in Q1 2015 - Germany, France, the Netherlands

  1. 1. Jobs published in Q1 2015
  2. 2. Top 3 regions with the most jobs The distribution of jobs across regions is more even in Germany and the Netherlands than it is in France. Jobs published in the top 3 regions in Germany and the Netherlands amount to more than 50% of all jobs posted, with each region accounting for a least 15% of this figure. In France the top three regions represent only 41.8% of all job published, with the Île-de-France region accounting for more than half of the total.
  3. 3. Top 3 profession classes
  4. 4. Top sectors in Q1 2015 The Trade/retail sector recruits the most in France and the Netherlands, whilst Manufacturing leads in Germany. Those two sectors both rank among the countries’ top 3 sectors. Aside from those, each country has a specific sector among its top three: ICT is the second biggest sector in Germany, Hospitality ranks third in France and in the Netherlands the Healthcare sector comes second.
  5. 5. Share of part-time/full-time jobs Germany and France have a comparable distribution of full-time/part-time jobs. The share of part-time jobs is much higher in the Netherlands and has grown by 3% within the past 12 months. The share of part-time jobs is also up 1.6% in France compared to Q1 2014 but fell 2.5% in Germany.
  6. 6. Source Numbers come from Jobfeed, the labour-market analysis tool of Textkernel, which collects and categorises all online jobs and makes them searchable. For this analysis, millions of jobs posted between 1 January 2015 and 31 March 2015 have been analysed, categorised and de-duplicated. The resulting list of unique jobs, excluding internships, summer/temp jobs, volunteer work, freelance jobs and franchises, is the source on which these analyses have been performed. Free test account Jobfeed offers a current and historic overview of all online jobs in Germany, France and the Netherlands and proves itself to be a valuable source of information and a unique analytical and acquisition tool for recruitment agencies, job boards, mobility and research organisations. Request a free trial via www.textkernel.com/jobfeed . Jobfeed is an product of Textkernel BV, technology supplier of CV parsing, job parsing and semantic search and matching solutions. www.textkernel.com | www.jobfeed.com | info@textkernel.com Source
  7. 7. Press and publication For more information and a look at the country specific Q1 2015 data, visit the links below: DE: Der deutsche online Arbeitsmarkt in Q1 2015 FR; Etat des lieux de l’offre d’emploi en ligne – Q1 2015 NL: Infographic: De online arbeidsmarkt in Q1 2015 Press The infographic and report are free to be published and distributed under the condition Jobfeed is mentioned as a source. For more information on this or additional data, visit jobfeed.com/press or send an email to press@jobfeed.com.

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