SimplyHired.com – Employment Trends: Job Level
Simply Hired also publishes trend data showing a variety of managerial and executive positions compared to entry level openings.
This trending shows that executive level jobs increased 40%, but keep in mind that many sales positions have the word executive in the description. Perhaps it’s more telling that VP jobs increased 34%, while director and manager position listings increased 20% each. There is an interesting comparison to just a 20% increase in entry level jobs – this suggests that new grads may find difficulties landing entry level jobs this summer.
Chart from SimplyHired.com
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