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The Online College
Labor Market
Anthony P. Carnevale, Tamara Jayasundera, Dmitri
Repnikov
April 22, 2014
Overview
•  Employers are increasingly utilizing online job boards
and their own websites to fill job openings
•  Out of 3...
Job Ads by Education Level
•  More than 80 percent of job openings for workers
with a Bachelor’s degree or better are post...
Occupational Clusters
•  Managerial/professional office occupations are the most in-
demand occupational cluster for college...
Management Occupations
•  Medical/health services; sales; financial; and marketing managers
are the most in-demand managem...
STEM Occupations
•  STEM occupations account for 28 percent of online
college job ads
•  Online job ads for STEM occupatio...
Information Technology Occupations
•  For information technology occupations, the most promising
opportunities are for app...
Healthcare Occupations
•  For advanced degree-holders, healthcare professional/
technical occupations are the second-most ...
Consulting/Business Services Industry
•  Consulting/business services is the top online advertiser among
industries, where...
Conclusion
•  Online job ads can be a valuable tool for connecting
real people with real jobs, in real time, especially fo...
For more information:
Email Us | cewgeorgetown@georgetown.edu
Follow Us on Twitter | @GeorgetownCEW
Find us on Facebook | ...
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The Online College Labor Market: Where the Jobs Are More than 80 percent of job openings for workers with a bachelor’s degree or higher are posted online. This report analyzes the demand for college talent in the job market by examining online job advertisements for college degree-holders by education, occupations, and industries.

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The Online College Labor Market

  1. The Online College Labor Market Anthony P. Carnevale, Tamara Jayasundera, Dmitri Repnikov April 22, 2014
  2. Overview •  Employers are increasingly utilizing online job boards and their own websites to fill job openings •  Out of 3.7 million jobs, there are 2.7 million jobs posted online monthly •  Jobs that require a B.A. are more likely to be posted online, while those below the B.A. level are underrepresented
  3. Job Ads by Education Level •  More than 80 percent of job openings for workers with a Bachelor’s degree or better are posted online •  Less than 50 percent of job openings for workers with less education are posted online
  4. Occupational Clusters •  Managerial/professional office occupations are the most in- demand occupational cluster for college graduates, representing 33 percent of online job ads
  5. Management Occupations •  Medical/health services; sales; financial; and marketing managers are the most in-demand management occupations
  6. STEM Occupations •  STEM occupations account for 28 percent of online college job ads •  Online job ads for STEM occupations are growing twice as fast as job ads overall
  7. Information Technology Occupations •  For information technology occupations, the most promising opportunities are for application software developers and computer systems analysts
  8. Healthcare Occupations •  For advanced degree-holders, healthcare professional/ technical occupations are the second-most in-demand occupational cluster after managerial/professional office occupations •  Healthcare professional/technical occupations represent 11 percent of online job ads
  9. Consulting/Business Services Industry •  Consulting/business services is the top online advertiser among industries, where two out of three jobs require a Bachelor’s degree or higher, and 14 percent require a graduate degree
  10. Conclusion •  Online job ads can be a valuable tool for connecting real people with real jobs, in real time, especially for college graduates, who are more likely to search for jobs on the Internet
  11. For more information: Email Us | cewgeorgetown@georgetown.edu Follow Us on Twitter | @GeorgetownCEW Find us on Facebook | Facebook.com/GeorgetownCEW Follow us on LinkedIn | linkedin.com/company/georgetowncew See the full report at: cew.georgetown.edu/OCLM/  

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The Online College Labor Market: Where the Jobs Are More than 80 percent of job openings for workers with a bachelor’s degree or higher are posted online. This report analyzes the demand for college talent in the job market by examining online job advertisements for college degree-holders by education, occupations, and industries.

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