United States | March 2019
U.S. Hiring Continues to Soften. Evolving Nature of Work.
United States | March 2019
U.S. Hiring Continues to Soften. Evolving Nature of Work.
United Kingdom | February 2019
This month’s UK Workforce report reveals that hiring declined in December in most of the UK’s regions and sectors, but continues to be stronger than it was a year ago.
United States | February 2019
Ongoing instability may cause a public sector brain drain. Federal employees are open to new opportunities. Mild slowdown of national hiring may have bottomed out.
United Kingdom | January 2019
This month’s UK Workforce report reveals that hiring declined in November across the UK, and in all sectors, but was stronger than a year ago as the UK’s employment boom continues.
United States | January 2019
U.S. hiring slows modestly. Business skills surge in importance in traditional finance hubs. Coastal workers are meeting in the middle.
United Kingdom | December 2018
This month’s LinkedIn Workforce Report for the UK reveals that a return to strong hiring number in London lifted the national figures in October, despite hiring being down in most of the UK’s regions Month on Month. Hiring is up significantly on a year ago, but talent continues to leave the UK.
United States | December 2018
U.S. hiring levels off in 2018. A tightening labor market leads to significant skills shortages. Austin and Denver topple Seattle as cities attracting the most workers.
United Kingdom | November 2018
This month’s LinkedIn Workforce Report for the UK covers the September peak in graduate recruitment, so we’ve taken the opportunity to dive in deeper to how new graduates are contributing to the UK’s labour force.
United States | November 2018
US hiring levels off. San Francisco has the nation’s largest skills gap. Austin, Denver, and Nashville continue to attract workers.
United Kingdom | October 2018
Hiring fell in August in the UK, in line with expectation for a month that sees many workplaces reduce activity, but compared to 2017 hiring remains strong, backing up the very high level of employment in the UK.
India | 2018 H1
Today we are delighted to launch the inaugural LinkedIn Workforce Report – Professional Edition for India. The report is a half-yearly look at the key trends in the Indian professional workforce, as represented by member activity and job postings on the LinkedIn platform.
United States | October 2018
US hiring growth shows signs of leveling off. Nashville, Charlotte, and Las Vegas surpass Seattle as top destinations. Cities on the rise show growth in tech and retail.
United Kingdom | September 2018
September’s LinkedIn Workforce Report includes a deep dive into Financial Services in the UK. Ten years on from the collapse Lehman Brothers the UK financial services workforce has changed in behaviour and nature: Fintech’s rise means the banks are not the first choice employer, the sector is hiring more lawyers, and more software engineers, but fewer people from other countries.
United States | September 2018
Agriculture hiring is growing. Retail on the rebound. They’re not in Wichita, Kansas, anymore.
United Kingdom | August 2018
LinkedIn’s nineth UK Workforce Report has found that the UK Hiring Rate was up in June, with IT Hardware and Legal Services showing the largest increases, but London lags behind the positive trend across the regions, and the UK continues to lose talent to other countries.
United States | August 2018
Summer of strong hiring continues through July. Austin’s job market has never been hotter. Demand for data scientists is off the charts.
United States | July 2018
Despite dip, June hiring remains strong. Chinese retaliatory tariffs may exacerbate job losses in cities already losing workers. Finding bright spots in the dimming telecommunications industry.
United Kingdom | July 2018
LinkedIn’s eighth UK Workforce Report has found that the UK experienced a significant dip in hiring in May. Hiring fell in 10 out of the 12 UK nations and regions, and the UK continue to experience a net loss of overseas talent.
United States | June 2018
Oil industry turns up the heat on hiring, and Houston’s skills surplus is tightening accordingly. When a city is synonymous with a single industry, boom and bust cycles have outsized impact.
United Kingdom | June 2018
June’s LinkedIn UK Workforce Report confirms that the UK continues to see a net loss of international talent and London also is seeing a net outflow of professional talent to overseas for the third month running. Meanwhile, the Hiring Rate is up, with April 2018 seeing significantly more hires that April 2017.
United States | May 2018
Hiring strong and stable through April. The U.S. needs 230,000 more people with marketing skills. Americans are moving from high-tax states to low-tax states.
United Kingdom | April 2018
April’s LinkedIn Workforce Report includes a deep dive into post Brexit Migration Trends, and additional research into the sentiment of recruiters working in the UK. Migration from the EU has been falling since the Brexit referendum, and the UK is now losing talent to the EU.
United States | April 2018
Hiring keeps up the pace through March. The best U.S. cities for green jobs. No, San Franciscans are not fleeing to the Midwest.
United Kingdom | March 2018
UK hiring slowed in February, and we saw the first signs of a decline in the attractiveness of the UK as destination for international workers, with the majority of UK regions, including London, losing more talent from overseas than they gained.
United States | March 2018
February hiring remains strong after January’s spike. Banks are hiring, but it’s not only where you’d expect. Growing cities need teachers.
United Kingdom | February 2018
UK hiring enjoyed a strong start to 2018. The UK continues to be an attractive destination for international workers, with most UK regions gaining more talent from overseas than they lost.
United States | February 2018
2018 is off to an incredibly strong start for hiring. Accountants benefit the most from the new tax bill. More and more people are betting on Las Vegas.
United Kingdom | January 2018
Hiring activity is down in the UK as a whole, and the Hiring Rate fell in all 12 regions and nations of the UK except for London and the South East. Most sectors saw a fall in hiring, but nine of 12 UK regions and nations gained more talent from overseas than they lost.
United States | January 2018
Houston, Phoenix, and Dallas are growing faster than New York City and San Francisco. Hiring growth doesn't always mean migration growth. Data mining, business development, and sales skills are in demand in these cities.
United Kingdom | December 2017
Seasonally Adjusted Hiring is down Month on Month in the UK, all 12 nations and regions, and the majority of the sectors.
United States | December 2017
U.S. hiring was 10.4% higher in 2017 than in 2016; in 2017, skills gaps widened in Salt Lake City, Raleigh-Durham, and Philadelphia; yes, Americans are still moving.
United Kingdom | November 2017
Brexit hit the hiring rate in July 2016 hard, but London is not over. 10 out of the 12 nations and regions that make up the UK are net importers of international talent.
United States | November 2017
Hiring continues strong through October. At tech companies and NGOs, politics skills are in high demand. In cities losing the most workers, teachers, nurses, and construction workers are last to go.
United States | October 2017
September hiring remains strong and creeps steadily upwards. The industries that experienced the biggest year-over-year increase in hiring in September were oil and energy.
United States | September 2017
Hiring remains strong through August. Tourists flock to the fastest-growing U.S. cities, drive local demand for travel and hospitality skills. Detroit is the new Chicago, with surging demand for high tech skills.
United States | August 2017
This summer’s hiring streak continues into July. Since January ‘17, demand is up for mental health professionals in big cities. New Yorkers, it’s true: all your friends are moving to LA.
United States | July 2017
Hiring this summer is red hot. A "retail apocalypse"? Not in some cities. As workers leave cities, unemployment drops.
United States | June 2017
May was the strongest month for hiring since June 2015. Fewer workers are moving to the San Francisco Bay Area. Healthcare skills are needed in every major U.S. city except for Philadelphia, Cleveland, and St. Louis.
United States | May 2017
April was the strongest month for hiring since June 2015. Growing cities attract national and international talent, while declining cities attract regional talent. Demand for manufacturing skills is strong along the coasts; not the Midwest.
United States | April 2017
After an exceptionally strong start to the year, hiring moderated two months in a row. The Northwest and South continue to attract workers. Austin replaced Houston as the city with the third largest skills gap.
United States | March 2017
January and February were the strongest consecutive months for hiring since August and September 2015. Workers continue to move from the rust belt to the sun and rain belts. Big cities need more teachers, doctors, and nurses.
United States | February 2017
Hiring up two months in a row. Employers need workers with service-industry skills. Workers flocking to cities with lower cost of living, and access to the great outdoors.
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