07 August 2009

Where the PR jobs aren't

For those in the profession, the latest (fulltime) job trends in public relations may be of interest.

I've been tracking them since November last year, through Seek and Career One.

They provide some insight into the state of the industry.

These figures do not take into account jobs that are advertised in local newspapers. And, of course, there are many jobs that aren't advertised.

There were a total of 670 jobs advertised from November 2008 up to last week. The pie chart shows the percentage distribution.

The bar chart shows the national monthly breakdown, and the trendline shows, well, trends on each city (Sydney green, Brisbane pink, Melbourne blue).


os.c said...

Very interesting.

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