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Most in-demand jobs and skills in SA right now.

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Leading SA recruitment platform Career Junction has released its latest CJI (Career Junction Index Sept 2019). The findings are based on actual supply and demand of the online job market and analysis of current recruitment statistics from the Career Junction website.

Here are the results of the latest CJI report:

  • Trending jobs for August include nursing/caregiving, IT project administration/management and business analysis.
  • Top employment sectors include Medical & Health, IT,  Architecture & Engineering, Manufacturing & Assembly, Business & Management.

These are the three job types trending right now:

Nursing / Professional Caregiving

Average salary offerings for intermediate level position:

  • GP R22,467 to R31,833 p.m.
  • WC R24,628 to R35,432 p.m.
  • KZN R26,933 to R31,204 p.m.

IT Project Administration / Management

Average salary offerings for an intermediate level position:

  • GP R41,798 to R56,526 p.m.
  • WC R49,804 to R62,549 p.m.
  • KZN Not available.

Business Analysis

Average salary offerings for an intermediate level position:

  • GP R37,326 to R47,660 p.m.
  • WC R38,967 to R45,017 p.m.
  • KZN Not available

Most in-demand skills

The CJI report reveals that the most sought-after skills are in software development, management and in sales representatives and consultants.

  • Hiring activity for software developers increased by more than 20% since June 2019.
  • There is a high demand for professionals with management skills, particularly in the financial sector. Currently, 40% of managerial vacancies are allocated to sales and financial managers.
  • Sales representatives/ consultants remain in high demand within the South African job market.

The CJI Report is based on comprehensive data gathered from the CareerJunction website – where around 3,000 of the country’s top Recruiters (both agencies and corporate companies) advertise their positions to millions of registered job seekers.

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