Now that you’re up-to-date on the state of tech hiring, it’s time to use these insights to discover and connect with top tech talent.

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Job Posting Data – Provided by Emsi Burning Glass

To gather these insights, job posting data was provided by Dice’s partner, Emsi Burning Glass, which has a database of more than 1 billion current and historical job postings worldwide. Dice analyzed over 1.5 million tech job postings in the U.S. To gather our specific dataset, we filtered for “Information Technology” jobs with hours that fall under “Full Time,” “Part Time” and “Not Listed,” as well as job types that are categorized as “Permanent,” or “Not Listed.” The datasets used for the “Employers” section were gathered by using the above criteria, with an additional filter for job postings that only derive from employer sites.

Apply Rate Data – Provided by Appcast

These insights are based on candidate application data provided by Dice’s partner, Appcast, the leading provider of programmatic recruitment advertising technology. Since 2014, Appcast has powered 610 million job postings, generated 7.4 billion ad clicks, and managed $600 million of ad spend. To gather this specific dataset, Appcast analyzed jobs posted from July 1, 2021 through August 31, 2021. It limited the data to jobs that a candidate would be directed to apply to on an employer’s applicant tracking system (ATS) and to job functions and job titles that fall under the classification of Technology. Titles were normalized prior to classification. Any location-based data is inclusive of a standard commutable metro region. The total apply rate calculates the number of clicks – regardless of whether the click was paid for, unpaid or organic – that it took to produce an application on an ATS for a given job.

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