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Hiring For Recruiters: Where Exactly and How Much?

Wanted Analytics brings us the following: During the first half of 2011, we saw the hiring demand for Recruiters increase steadily. However, at the end of 2011, we saw the volume of job ads for staffing professionals decline. We were hoping this was a seasonal trend, and that hiring would increase again in 2012. It looks as if it may be starting. In January, more than 6,100 jobs were advertised online – that’s a 26% year-over-year increase compared to January 2011.  It is also close to the 2011 high which was seen in August 2011 when just over 6,300 ads were posted online. Many times we watch hiring trends for Recruiters because it can signal that companies are gearing up for more hiring – do you think this increase in demand for Recruiters means there is more planned hiring in 2012?

 

Hiring Demand for Recruiters – 4 Year Hiring Trend Nationally

 

Hiring demand for Recruiters 4 year hiring trend 

Source: WANTED Analytics

 

The majority of job ads were placed by direct employers, accounting for 55% of all recruiting job ads. Staffing firms placed the remaining 45% of job ads. The top 5 employers that placed the most corporate recruiting jobs included Amazon.com, Insight Global Inc., PDS Technical Services, Microsoft and Capital One.

 

The 10 metropolitan areas with the highest volume of Recruiter job ads are below. 9 of the 10 saw increases when compared to January 2011. Despite seeing the most hiring demand, the New York metro areas was one of the few cities nationwide that saw a decline. Of these 10 locations, hiring for Recruiters grew the most in Seattle with a 92% increase. Atlanta was close behind in hiring growth at 90%.

 

10 Metropolitan Areas with the Highest Volume of Job Ads for Recruiters – January 2012 vs. January 2011

 

10 Metro Areas with Highest Volume of recruiter Job Ads 

Source: WANTED Analytics

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