Online job ads on the SEEK website in February grew by 2.2% over the previous month, the online job site says, adding that this made the year-on-year rise 35.8%.
Online jobs advertisement portal SEEK says October saw the highest number of ads posted in a month during its 23 years of operation.
Online job advertisements posted on the portal SEEK increased by 6% month-on-month in September, the first such increase since April this year, the site says in its monthly report on online employment opportunities in Australia.
Job advertisements on the online portal SEEK in August were down by 5.3% month-on-month but up 55.9% year-on-year, the company says.
Online job advertisements on the website SEEK fell by 4.1% month-on-month in July, but were up by 67.9% year-on-year, the company says.
Online job advertisements on the site SEEK in March showed a rise of 75% year-on-year, the company says, offering a reminder that March 2020 was the month when the pandemic first had an effect on the job market.
Online job advertisements on the site SEEK rose by 8.6% month-on-month in November and showed a 1.0% rise year-on-year, a statement from the site says, adding that this was the first year-on-year increase in new ads since the pandemic.
Job advertisements in the two weeks ending 25 October are at 90% of pre-COVID levels, according to a new report on the SEEK employment marketplace.
Online jobs on the SEEK employment marketplace fell across the nation by 2.0% in August month-on-month, figures released on Thursday show, with the year-on-year drop a much bigger 29.1%. However, the year-on-year difference was the smallest since the beginning of the cornonavirus pandemic.
Online job advertisements on the SEEK website have shown a minor positive trend in July, rising 2.3% compared to June, but on a year-on-year basis the figures have not been encouraging, with a decline of 30%.
Jobs advertising levels across Australia are up by 41.5% month on month according to the latest employment report from recruitment firm SEEK.
Job advertising volumes levelled out nationally with a slight increase of 1.3% in the two weeks from 22 June to 5 July compared to the previous two weeks, with volumes in Victoria down slightly, according to the latest employment report from recruitment firm SEEK.
Online job advertisements published by the website SEEK rose by 39.7% in May month-on-month, the company says, adding however that for year-on-year the total postings were down by 52.5%.
Job advertising increased markedly in May, with South Australia showing the largest job ad growth out of all states in the month, according to the latest jobs advertising report from recruitment firm SEEK.
Unsurprisingly, the number of online job advertisements have taken a mighty tumble in April, with the website SEEK reporting that ads fell 65.5% year-on-year and 49.9% compared to the March 2020 figures.
National job listings on the online site SEEK declined by 65.3% during the week that ended on 5 April, the company says, adding that it had decided to issue data about ads out of its regular monthly schedule due to the massive decline that was happening due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Online job advertisements on the site SEEK fell by 7.4% in February year-on-year, the company's latest figures show, but three sectors bucked the trend and showed increases.
Online job advertisements portal SEEK has seen a fall in ad volume of 6.5% year-on-year in January, and 6.4% year-on-year for December 2019.
Online job advertisements published on SEEK fell by 8.4% year-on-year in November, the company says, adding that community services and development was the sector with the highest ad growth, showing an increase of 14.6% year-on-year.
The number of jobs advertised across Australia in the 12-months to the end of October declined by 7.8%, but in better news for employees salaries grew across every state and territory, apart from the Northern Territory.
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