Lintberg Index rises to 83 points


The Lintberg Index,  representing a candidate’s chances in the top segment of the labour market, halted at 83 points in the first month of 2014. This shows an 8 point increase compared to December 2013.

The rise in January is mostly caused by a larger number of available € 100k+ positions. Despite a significant rise, the high point of 2013 (93 index points in October) is not yet in sight as the number of available € 100k+ candidates per month is simply too high compared to the number of new € 100k+ positions. A remarkable rise in the demand for commercial IT specialists has occurred in the past month (not evidenced by the graph).

Lintberg Index January 2014

Lintberg Index rises to 83 points

 

* The Lintberg Index is a monthly analysis of developments in the top 2% of the labour market. The index is a weighted index based on the number of running vacancies, the number of new vacancies, the positions advertising period and the total the number of application on €100K+ jobs in the Netherlands based on the input of the market leader Lintberg. A higher index indicates an improved labour market for professionals in the 100k+ segment.

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