Djinni Analytics, the first half of 2021
Recruitment activity and number of job postings grew sharply since March. Salaries of developers with 2+ years of experience increased up to 30% year-on-year, salaries of junior specialists remained roughly the same.
More jobs than candidates
In February, the number of jobs online surpassed the number of candidates online, and since then the gap has only widened. A year ago, there were 21k candidates and 6.5k jobs on Djinni, today there are 16k candidates and 22k jobs.
Demand increased 2.5 times
On average, candidates got 14 message requests from recruiters in June, up from 6-8 at the beginning of the year.
Demand is highly uneven: 5% of all candidates receive 40% message requests, with an average of 50 proposals each.
Job applications are falling
The average number of applications per job fell from 3.3 in January to 2.4 in June.
Most vacancies with the title Senior receive less than one response per job, the record is
with 0.1 (!) response to a job. Exception: vacancies for PM, BA and UX where demand still exceeds supply. Detailed
statistics by category.
Salaries grew up to 30% y/y
Salaries for the top 5% of hires increased from $4,500 six months ago to $5,500 in May-June. The average salary for hiring remained unchanged due to the large number of hires of junior specialists and specialists from related categories (Design, PM / BA, HR, support, marketing).
Percentage of remote jobs keeps growing
A year ago, 20% of jobs were marked as “remote”, now there are 70% of them, and we will probably see 80% by the end of 2021.