This edition of the DHI Hiring Indicators introduces new labor market tightness measures for 20 job categories
that require specific software and programming skills.
Mean Vacancy Duration Fell to 27.2 Working Days in December
Recruiting intensity remains unchanged at 1.02.
DHI Releases New Statistics on Labor Market Tightness by Job Title
Job Seekers Take a Holiday in December, Return in Force in January
Small Firms Draw as Many Applications Per Vacancy as Large Firms
Job Seekers Display Propensity to Target New Vacancy Postings
Job Seeker Activity Varies Sharply by Day of the Week and Day of the Month Says New DHI Database
Mean Vacancy Duration Fell to 28.3 Working Days in June
Vacancy Duration Remains at Historically High Level in May
Mean job vacancy duration rose to 29.3 working days in April, 1.6 days above a revised duration of 27.7 days in March.
This is a new all-time high.
Mean Job Vacancy Duration Rose to 28.0 Working Days in March
The mean duration ranges from 23 to 25 days for smaller establishments (less than 250 employees) to more than 51 days for establishments with at least 5,000 employees.
Mean Job Vacancy Duration Fell to 26.4 Working Days in February
Mean job vacancy duration rose to 28.1 working days in January.
Mean Job Vacancy Duration Held Steady at 26.6 Working Days in December
Mean Job Vacancy Duration Fell to 27 Working Days in November