Census Shows Electronics And Semiconductor Jobs On The Down Low

JobTech's 3Q 2017 Online Jobs Census across its nine key industry sectors shows a sequential quarterly growth of 5.8% as compared to 2Q 2017 data. Electronics & Semiconductor registered its first negative growth in online jobs growth since 4Q2016, when JobTech's Online Job Census technology started monitoring Singapore jobs. This could point to a possible weakening in the manufacturing output growth in the coming quarters.

 

Healthcare has observed the strongest growth in the number of online jobs, registering a 15% quarterly growth in 3Q 2017, followed by Marine at 12.8% and Banking and Finance at 9.8%.

 

3Q 2017 Online Jobs Growth by Sector

Healthcare

15.2%

Marine & Offshore

12.8%

Banking & Finance

9.8%

Logistics

8.6%

Government

7.0%

InfoComm Technologies

1.5%

BioTech & Pharmaceuticals

(0.4%)

Electronics & Semiconductor

(2.1%)

Energy & Chemicals

(6.2%)

 

As the Singapore job market heads into the last calendar quarter of 2017, JobTech has expanded its Online Jobs Census to cover 30 industry sectors in the Singapore online jobs market, scanning and de-duplicating more than 100,000 online jobs each quarter to provide an accurate view of the online jobs market in Singapore. From the JobTech 3Q 2017 Online Jobs Census, covering 30 sectors in the Singapore economy, JobTech reveals digital skills needed to access more than 20,000 Singapore jobs.

 

Digital Skills Required For >20K Jobs in 3Q

Digital Skills

No of Jobs

%

Programming Languages
(E.g. C, C++, Java)

>10,500

24%

Data Management / Statistical Software
(E.g. SQL, R, Oracle Database)

>5,500

19%

IT / Security Architecture
(E.g. IDS/IPS, System Integration, Configuration Management)

>3,000

8%

Software / Web Development
(E.g. Agile, E-commerce, .NET)

>3,000

8%

Quality Assurance / Quality Control
(E.g. Sampling, Quality Audit, System Testing)

>2,500

7%

 

In order to provide real-time access to Online Jobs Census data, JobTech has developed two data APIs (Application Programming Interface) for its strategic government and industry partners to acquire up-to-date and structured jobs market data automatically. The APIs will allow users to obtain sectoral data for both the de-duplicated job counts as well as the top skills demanded in real time, from the JobTech database which has more than 50 million data points

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JobTech will continue to provide flash reports covering different sectors in Singapore, with a focus on highly sought-after skills and labor market trends. In this regard, JobTech is using its Big Data Analytics and Artificial Intelligence capabilities to provide visibility and analysis of the online jobs market in Singapore to support companies and decision makers there.

For more information on the full version of JobTech Analytics Reports (Quarterly Sector Reports) and Real Time Analytics, visit http://analytics.jobtech.sg/

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