Netherlands-based company Inter IKEA Holding ’s IT hiring declined 3.1% in July 2021 when compared with the previous month, according to GlobalData’s Job Analytics.
The company’s overall hiring activity increased by 3.4% in July 2021 when compared with June 2021.
IT jobs claimed a 2.28% share in the company’s total hiring activity in July 2021, and recorded a 0.31% down over the last three-month average share.
Out of the total IT job titles posted by Inter IKEA Holding , Software and Web Developers, Programmers, and Testers emerged as the leading occupation, recording a share of 46.34% in July 2021, and a 16.18% drop over June 2021, while Miscellaneous Computer Occupations claimed a share of 22.76% in July 2021, and registered a 7.69% increase. Computer Support Specialists held a share of 10.57% in July 2021, a 225% rise from June 2021.
Europe drives IT hiring at Inter IKEA Holding
Europe emerged as the leading region in the global retail IT hiring activity in July 2021 with a 78.05% share, which marked a 5.49% growth over the previous month.
Asia-Pacific stood next with 11.38%, registering a 33.33% month-on-month decline. North America was the third leading region with an 8.94% share and a 10% growth over June 2021.
In the fourth place was Middle East & Africa with a share of 1.63% and a month-on-month increase of 100%.
Netherlands commanded a leading presence in the region’s retail industry IT hiring activity with a 27.64% share in July 2021, a 78.95% growth over June 2021. Sweden featured next with an 18.7% share, down 28.13% over the previous month. Norway recorded a 12.2% share, decline of 28.57% compared with June 2021.
Junior Level jobs lead Inter IKEA Holding IT hiring activity in July 2021
Junior Level jobs held a share of 75.61%, down by 7% from June 2021. Mid Level positions with a 16.26% share, a growth of 42.86% compared with the previous month.
In the third place was Entry Level job ads with 7.32% share, flat growth over June 2021, while Senior postings accounted for 0.81%, recording a month-on-month flat growth.