LinkedIn job ads – market analysis (Week 11)

Full Week 11 Market Signals report showing winners: BENELUX, Belgium and Losers: Northern Europe, Norway

Full Week 11 Market Signals report showing winners: BENELUX, Belgium and Losers: Northern Europe, Norway

Market Signals – where do they come from?

We started by monitoring the number of LinkedIn job ads in 18 European countries in Week 13 of 2020 (mid-March) – and extended our observations to ultimately 38 countries in Europe since Week 15. This allows us to measure a KPI that gives quite a good feel of the overall trend on the global job market.

Career Angels analyze the collected figures and complement the quantitative data with detailed and personal statements & insights of CEOs, HR Directors, investors, board members, candidates and headhunters that we know personally. We observe if and what kind of trends there are to leverage them into better candidate management & more effective job search methods.

These are not usual times, so we decided to share our market signals by the end of each week. If the country / context is important, we’ll add them. Otherwise, we’ll keep it general for confidentiality.

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#44 Oh Really? “Dream Employer” contest organized by Brief.pl

Career Angel was invited to the Program Board of the "Dream Employer" contest organized by Brief.pl

“Dream Employer” contest organized by Brief.pl

We are proud that Anna Zadrożna was invited to the Program Board of the “Dream Employer” contest organized by Brief.pl.

Dream Employer is a contest for employers who understand the changes that are happening on the job market in the broad sense: multigenerational workplace, dispersed teams, changes in human resources management models, new expectations of their employees”.
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Job market – supply & demand of candidates

Job market - supply & demand of candidates

Job market – supply & demand of candidates

A year ago we started monitoring the job market with a focus on LinkedIn – we track the number of job ads published there weekly in 38 European countries (and 80 globally!). To have a deeper understanding of how the market has been reacting to the COVID-19 crisis, we decided to compare our data with the official unemployment rates provided by Eurostat. Our conclusions?

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LinkedIn job ads – market analysis (Week 10)

Full Week 8 Market Signals report showing winners: Iberia, Spain and Losers: Western Europe, Belgium

Full Week 10 Market Signals report showing winners: Iberia, Spain and Losers: Western Europe, Belgium

Market Signals – where do they come from?

We started by monitoring the number of LinkedIn job ads in 18 European countries in Week 13 of 2020 (mid-March) – and extended our observations to ultimately 38 countries in Europe since Week 15. This allows us to measure a KPI that gives quite a good feel of the overall trend on the global job market.

Career Angels analyze the collected figures and complement the quantitative data with detailed and personal statements & insights of CEOs, HR Directors, investors, board members, candidates and headhunters that we know personally. We observe if and what kind of trends there are to leverage them into better candidate management & more effective job search methods.

These are not usual times, so we decided to share our market signals by the end of each week. If the country / context is important, we’ll add them. Otherwise, we’ll keep it general for confidentiality.

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LinkedIn job ads – market analysis (Week 9)

Full Week 9 Market Signals report showing winners: Northern Europe, Denmark, and Losers: Benelux, Italy

Full Week 9 Market Signals report showing winners: Northern Europe, Denmark, and Losers: Benelux, Italy

Market Signals – where do they come from?

We started by monitoring the number of LinkedIn job ads in 18 European countries in Week 13 of 2020 (mid-March) – and extended our observations to ultimately 38 countries in Europe since Week 15. This allows us to measure a KPI that gives quite a good feel of the overall trend on the global job market.

Career Angels analyze the collected figures and complement the quantitative data with detailed and personal statements & insights of CEOs, HR Directors, investors, board members, candidates and headhunters that we know personally. We observe if and what kind of trends there are to leverage them into better candidate management & more effective job search methods.

These are not usual times, so we decided to share our market signals by the end of each week. If the country / context is important, we’ll add them. Otherwise, we’ll keep it general for confidentiality.

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Online & Flexible in 2020

Career Angels is a digital, premium career services boutique for experienced managers and executives, mainly in Europe. Our team has embraced technology and the life & work style that consequently is possible.

While logistically nothing changed in our day-to-day work in 2020 (we’ve been remote since 2013!), it did change what we did (and could do) after work. As you will see, some of our team members struggled to adapt to the “new normal” and for many, it was an opportunity to (re)discover their surroundings. View our presentation to find out how we usually take advantage of our flexible work style and what changed for us in 2020.

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Stats: LinkedIn Reports for experienced managers and executives

LinkedIn Reports for experienced managers and executives

LinkedIn Reports for experienced managers and executives

Taking care of your online presence, especially your LinkedIn profile is paramount! It’s very likely you were excluded from not one, but many recruitment processes based on your LinkedIn profile without even knowing you were in it. That’s why experienced managers and executives entrust us with their LinkedIn profiles. They allow us to review them confidentially and objectively. And some of them then decide to ask us for help to fix them.

Are you interested in receiving feedback on your LinkedIn profile? Fully non-binding – no strings attached! Email Bichl.Sandra@CareerAngels.eu with the subject: LinkedIn Report

If you want to read more stats, download our Job Hunting Report for 2020 (Spoiler: a lot has changed for candidates!)

LinkedIn job ads – market analysis (Week 8)

Full Week 8 Market Signals report showing winners: Benelux, Netherlands and Losers: Southern Europe, Spain

Full Week 8 Market Signals report showing winners: Benelux, Netherlands and Losers: Southern Europe, Spain

Market Signals – where do they come from?

We started by monitoring the number of LinkedIn job ads in 18 European countries in Week 13 of 2020 (mid-March) – and extended our observations to ultimately 38 countries in Europe since Week 15. This allows us to measure a KPI that gives quite a good feel of the overall trend on the global job market.

Career Angels analyze the collected figures and complement the quantitative data with detailed and personal statements & insights of CEOs, HR Directors, investors, board members, candidates and headhunters that we know personally. We observe if and what kind of trends there are to leverage them into better candidate management & more effective job search methods.

These are not usual times, so we decided to share our market signals by the end of each week. If the country / context is important, we’ll add them. Otherwise, we’ll keep it general for confidentiality.

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How to hack LinkedIn? (video)

How to hack LinkedIn? (video)

In this short video, you’ll see a sneak peek of “How to hack LinkedIn?”. This video was recorded during one of the 16 webinars we produced last year that attracted over 1000 participants from all over the world who have spontaneously sent us feedback like this one: “The webinars made me realize how important it is to be precise when creating your LinkedIn profile and CV. […] Looking for a job is not only stressful, but it also requires a lot of diligence, determination and persistence.”Senior Advisor

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