Jobs at food makers tied to digital media were online less time in the first quarter than a year earlier, the data showed. Positions rose on average for eight days before going offline, a decrease
Jobs at food makers tied to digital media were online less time in the first quarter than a year earlier, the data showed.
Positions rose on average for eight days before going offline, a decrease from the equivalent figure a year earlier, indicating that the skills required for these roles have become easier to find over the past year , suggests GlobalData.
Digital media is one of the topics that GlobalData, our parent company and data source for this article, has identified as a disruptive force that businesses will face in the years to come. Companies that excel and invest in these areas are now seen as better prepared for the future business landscape and better equipped to weather unforeseen challenges.
Regionally, these positions were the hardest to fill in South and Central America, with related jobs that went offline in the first quarter having been online for an average of 12 days.
At the other end of the scale, jobs were filled fastest in Asia Pacific, with ads going offline after an average of five days.
Food manufacturers also found it easier to recruit jobs in the cloud than the broader market, with online ads for 75% less time on average compared to similar jobs in the overall market. employment.
GlobalData’s job analytics database tracks the daily hiring patterns of thousands of companies around the world, pulling in jobs as they are posted and tagging them with additional layers data on everything from how long each position has been in to whether a job is related to a larger industry. tendencies.