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Lintberg Index September 2013

Lintberg Index follows 2012 pattern By Thomas Verbeeck, Managing Director Lintberg The Lintberg Index, representing a candidate’s chances in the top segment of the labour market, increased by seven points in September, to reach a final score of 74 index points. This is the highest number since November of 2012. As can be seen in […]

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Lintberg Index shows Severe drop in August

The Lintberg Index, displaying the opportunities for candidates in the top level of the labor market, was forced to take a step back in the month of August. A similar development occured in 2010, where a short-lived rise in July was followed by a severe drop in August. The previous month saw a decrease of […]

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Lintberg Index increases by 7 points

The Lintberg Index for July, representing the chances for candidates in the executive segment of the labour market, shows a substantial rise of 7 index points as opposed to June. After three months of relatively little change, the index for July reaches 82 points. Despite the holiday season, the number of published €100k+ positions increased […]

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Lintberg Index remains relatively unchanged

The Lintberg Index, representing the chances for candidates in the top segment of the labor market, remained stabile in May, as compared to April. After several strong months, the index took a hit in April with a decrease of 23 index points. In May, the index only recovered by one point. A positive note is […]

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Lintberg Index April

The Lintberg Index, representing the chances for candidates in the top segment of the labor market, has taken a step back in April. After three consecutively strong months the index dropped from 97 to 74, a decrease of 23 points. A small decline in the number of newly available 100k+ positions was already noticeable in […]

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Lintberg Index grows towards 100-points mark

The Lintberg Index, representing the chances for candidates in the top segment of the labor market, has increased for the fourth month in a row and is steadily growing towards 100 points. A level that was last reached 26 months ago (januari 2009). Despite the number of 100k+ positions dropping in the second half of […]

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Lintberg Index moves to 100

The Lintberg Index* for February totals at 94 points, proving an increase in the index for the third month in a row. Most significantly the numbers are fastly approaching the level of over 2 years ago, when the index reached a level of over 100 points in January 2009. Despite February being a short month, […]

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Lintberg Index rises again, reaches November levels

The Lintberg Index for January shows a similar level as November of 2010. The increase that has started in August is still continuing strongly (with two small drops in October and December) and appears to be solid for the coming time. Despite a bad first two weeks in January ’11, with few new 100k+ positions, […]

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Lintberg Index shows small decline in chances 100k+ jobs market

The december edition of the Lintberg Index shows a small decline in the chances of candidates searching for a job in the 100k+ market segment. This downward trend was caused by more available candidates entering the market combined with a limited number of new positions being published, as predicted in the previous Lintberg Index blog. […]

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Lintberg Index shows explosive growth in market for 100k+ positions

After a persistent drop caused by the global financial crisis, with an all-time low in August 2010, the November Lintberg Index* figure demonstrates a strong increase in the chances of candidates in the top 2% of the labour market. The main reason for the explosive growth can be found in the number of new 100k+ […]

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