JobTech’s unique capabilities in big data analysis allows us to keep a firm finger on the pulse of the Singapore labour market.
Our technology allows us unprecedented access in uncovering hidden signals within jobs data that allow deep insights into labour trends.
Remember to check back on this page regularly for the latest updates.

Daily Job Index

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JobTech’s Daily Job Index keeps a pulse on the local labour market.
It tracks online job postings in real-time & provides a daily update on the number and growth rate of unique job postings within each sector.
This allows job seekers to identify industries of interest easily and stay ahead of opportunities and trends.
Sector Unique Job Postings Daily % Change

Local Job Market

Updated Quarterly: 2018-01-15 15:30:00


Sourcing and analysing millions of online job postings provides us with an overview of the entire local jobs market.
We further track and compare the distribution of required experience levels across various economic sectors.
Regardless of your experience level, opportunities abound.
Jobs classified under “Others” include contract and part-time jobs, and those that did not state the required years of experience.

Percentage of Technology Jobs 2017

Updated Yearly: 2018-01-31 15:30:00


From the millions of online job postings analysed, we have obtained data on the types of technology job functions demanded across a wide range of industries.
As a preview, the following chart shows the percentage of technology jobs within each of these 25 industries.
Our analysis reveals deeper insights - specific technical talents that are desirable to that industry.
If you would like access to this data and more, click here

Industry Skills Map

Updated Quarterly: 2018-01-15 15:30:00


From millions of job postings, we map and further examine the skills that are in demand from employers and the larger industry.
Our analysis uncovers the correlation between skillsets across a wide range of skills.
In the chart shown, each cell represents a correlation between one skill and another: one along the horizontal, the other along the vertical axis.
The darker the shade of color, the larger the degree of correlation between each pair of skills.
Useful information if you are a jobseeker looking to expand your skill set within a related cluster.
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Talent Skills Map

Updated Quarterly: 2018-01-15 15:30:00


On the other hand, we perform an analysis of skills being offered by job seekers, based on information extracted from our large and growing talent pool.
In the chart shown, each cell represents a correlation between one skill and another: one along the horizontal, the other along the vertical axis.
The darker the shade of color, the larger the degree of correlation between each pair of skills.
Useful information for employers looking to expand their talent diversity into related skill sets.
Discrepancies (if any) between the Industry and Talent Skills Maps will then shed further light on the gaps that exist within the labour market.
Crucial insight for educators, policy makers and any study on the labour landscape.

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