Friday, June 01, 2007

Monster Online Job Index Increases in May

From Monster's online job availability report for May, "The Monster Employment Index rose three points in May (see chart above), suggesting U.S. online recruitment activity and related demand for workers has stabilized at the end of the busy spring hiring season. Overall, 13 of 20 industries and seven of 23 occupational categories tracked by the Index registered increases of varying degrees last month. Year-over-year, the Index’s annual growth rate dipped slightly to 13%, but showed a moderate improvement over the slower pace recorded in the first quarter of
this year.

The Monster Employment Index is based on a real-time review of millions of employer job opportunities culled from more than 1,500 different Web sites, including Monster®.

Here are the top ten states in terms of per-capita online job availability during the month of May:


At 6/01/2007 7:27 AM, Blogger juandos said...

I can see why at least seven of the listed states are looking for employees...

People left the states due to high income tax rates...LOL!

At 6/01/2007 7:49 AM, Blogger juandos said...

A follow up to my previous post...

The Tax Foundation has the following: State Individual Income Tax Rates
As of December 31, 2006
that you may want to peruse...


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