profile (may not be a .NET developer)
Thats 0.3 active candidates to openings (and could be lower)
Then they compared that to PHP:
Roughly 47,000 openings for PHP developers (6 month period)
Roughly 6,700 candidates with PHP on their profile (likely to be a developer)
Thats 0.14 active candidates to openings
These are NATIONWIDE stats, and scary for a technical recruiter, because there are not a lot of candidates out there.
Good post and something that needs to be mentioned to clients. A lot of clients I work with who are more passive searchers are still thinking the economy will find them a candidate cheaper than I can. Good luck if you think that.…
ions are disappearing from the US to overseas.
Bottom line is we've lost roughly 5 million corporate sector jobs since 2001 and created roughly 3 million overseas--and those are conservative estimates I've read. Shows the US, and Western Europe, don't appear to be the end destination of where upper and middle class jobs will be created.…