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Job skills Jobs / Resumes Surplus Resume skills
engineer jobs - 26819
 
engineer resumes - 149617
sales jobs - 102400
 
sales resumes - 260975
assistant jobs - 32351
 
assistant resumes - 177147
staff jobs - 69336
 
staff resumes - 74477
project jobs - 53859
 
project resumes - 167782
esr jobs - 304
 
esr resumes - 29
executive jobs - 30279
 
executive resumes - 87456
office jobs - 80026
 
office resumes - 100596
service jobs - 115898
 
service resumes - 151667
technician jobs - 20884
 
technician resumes - 113532
medical jobs - 83713
 
medical resumes - 150829
fresher jobs - 3832
 
fresher resumes - 7334
developer jobs - 17375
 
developer resumes - 54689
operator jobs - 12553
 
operator resumes - 96207
customer jobs - 87481
 
customer resumes - 123759
mechanical jobs - 18437
 
mechanical resumes - 84718
nurse jobs - 34986
 
nurse resumes - 33189
engineering jobs - 41437
 
engineering resumes - 111406
marketing jobs - 61196
 
marketing resumes - 109536
management jobs - 85022
 
management resumes - 120799
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Chart explanation:
  1. These are the most popular job and resume skills.
    The chart is based on what skills PostJobFree users are looking for.
  2. Next to each skill you can see the number of jobs or resumes with that skill.
  3. "Jobs/Resumes Surplus" column shows if there is surplus of jobs or surplus of resumes.
    If jobs are in surplus, then surplus bar           bends to the left. If resumes are in surplus — then the bar bends to the right.
  4. On average PostJobFree has 2.84 resumes per job.
    We compare number of jobs with number of resumes:
    - If category has more than 2.84 resumes per job, then resumes are in surplus.
    - If category has less than 2.84 resumes per job, then jobs are in surplus.
  5. Green background color means that this skill is in demand.
    We calculate demand as a ratio between the number of searches and the number of available postings in that skill.
    The more users search for specific search term — the greener background is.
    The more posted jobs (or resumes) include that search term — the lighter background color is.
    Greener background means more demand for that skill.
    Whiter background means less demand (relative to the number of available postings).