Jobs Tips: Here It Becomes Harder To Get A Job
Both graduates and unskilled going tougher times ahead. Fewer job vacancies provide more job applicants on the same leg, and the number of unemployed youth increased.
An inventory of job advertisements Rubric have picked out for NRK shows that job seekers have significantly less to choose from now than just a year ago.
The total for all industries, the decline from June last year to June this year at 17 percent.
The first thing that happens when companies are thinking about downsize, it is that they stop hiring new people. Sectors such as administration, finance, and construction is going to think carefully before they announce new positions, said Taylor.
See table of which sectors announces fewer positions further down in the article.
Fewer jobs in sales and finance:
He points out that the typical office jobs often disappears streamline ingens name. Already standing 6666 office workers listed as unemployed in Navs statistics, which is an increase of 14 percent compared to last June.
In administration, human resources, accounting, sales and marketing are noticeably fewer job vacancies than before. According to Taylor will primarily affect those graduates who have to compete with job seekers who already have experience in the industry.
It is quite clear that those who go out of management and economics studies will notice that the job market is extremely much tougher now than they were just a year ago, said Taylor.
Those who applied for a job in administration, office and personnel in June this year, had 43 percent fewer jobs to choose from than in the same period last year.
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Advertised vacancies in customer and personal services fell by 53 percent from June last year to June this year, shows the outline of Rubric. For positions in finance and accounting, the number of job postings by 30 percent, while the number of ads for vacancies in sales and marketing decreased by 14 percent.
Consultants and others with so-called "liberal professions" must put up with fewer demands their expertise. The decline is 49 percent if one compares job postings from June last year to June this year.
Nor those with education or experience in the IT and telecommunications has as many jobs to choose from as before. Number of job vacancies in IT fell according Rubric by 20 percent from June last year to June this year.
Taylor call the IT sector market for a "milk and bread industry," and points out that there will always be a need for employees who master IT and internet.
There will always be an ongoing need. Programming is an excellent trait to have in today's job market, he says to NRK.
Meanwhile, figures from Rubric that it is not only typical office work in finance, consulting and administration disappearing.
Hundreds of applicants at one store position:
Number of job vacancies in the retail sector fell by 16 percent from June last year to June this year.
The decline means that those who manage the centers can pick and choose among applicants. Tuesday told NRK about a Kiwi shop in downtown that received over 840 applicants for one part-time position as a store employee . Also Nav office report between 400 and 500 applicants for store jobs.
At the same time unemployment statistics from Nav that the number of unemployed in retail and sales have increased by 14 percent from June last year to June this year.
Nothing suggests that it is easier to get a job "at checkout" at the grocery store with the first. 16 percent of the retail and service industry says it will cut the number of employees , the new economic survey.
Taylor also believe builders and contractors will think very carefully before they look around for new employees. Just over the past year is over 1,100 more construction workers registered as unemployed, according to figures from the Nav. While showing the outline of Rubric that those who have already lost their jobs have fewer jobs to apply for.
For sector crafts, construction and engineering, the decline in the number of job vacancies from June last year to June this year at 39 percent.
We see it clearly in the figures, there is a significantly lower speed in construction now than just a few months back, said Taylor.
Engineers and journalists struggling:
Also graduates or unemployed engineers must make do with fewer vacancies than before. While our office had 1,023 engineering positions out in June this year, the figure was 1,321 the same month last year. In one year's decline thus 23 percent. Navs statistics show the same trend: It becomes more difficult for engineers to find a job. Under the heading "engineering and ICT subjects" are 871 more people registered as unemployed in the last year
But engineers still far more jobs available to search than journalists and communicators. In June this year registered our office only 118 job vacancies under Media, information and public relations, while in June last year were 176 jobs available. This is a decrease of 33 percent.
Graduates who want to enter the media industry is clearly those who have it hardest, said Taylor.
The oil industry has declined by 35 percent, while those applying for jobs in industry and manufacturing had 20 percent fewer jobs to apply for in June this year compared with last June.
Public Sector Lights Out:
Although the total number of job advertisements on our office has fallen by 17 percent over the past year, there are some areas that have more vacancies now than last summer.
In education and research, the number of job ads increased by 26 percent from June 2015 to June 2016.
The greatest growth in public services and administration. While at least 924 such posts lay out in June last year, the figure was up in 1358 in the same month this year.
There are also several vacant jobs in the arts, culture, sports and music. From June last year to June this year Rubric registered an increase of 41 percent.
Those in search of jobs in banking, finance, real estate and insurance have more to choose from today. Number of job vacancies has increased by 14 percent from June last year to June this year, the figures show Rubric has brought out.
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Here is the decline in job vacancies greatest:
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More young adults without job:
People who offer their labor to the labor market, in that they either already employed or seeking employment, constitutes the our country people workforce.
In recent years, the labor force remained stable at around 70 percent of the population. When the number of advertised jobs decreases, while the labor force remains relatively high, it becomes harder to find work.
According Nav is 2.7 percent of what is called the labor force without jobs today.
In all, 73,458 people unemployed in our country at the end of June 2015. Compared with the same month last year means an increase of ten percent.
There are also several young adults who do not have jobs. Figures from NAV show that there were 10,278 unemployed in the age group 20 to 24 years in June this year. In the same month last year was 9804 persons in that age were registered as unemployed. Growth in the number of unemployed between 20 and 24 is thus closer to five percent.
However, there are people aged 40 to 59 years who have the greatest unemployment growth. Nav has registered 14 percent more unemployed in the age group.
For those between 30 and 39 years is 13 per cent were registered as unemployed in June this year compared with June.