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Data Analytics - Labor Monitor February 2024
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Data Analytics - Labor Monitor February 2024

Job demand grew in February and registered its historical maximum for this month.


The 5,496 job opportunities published in February do not represent a disruptive growth with respect to the stable situation that had been registered. However, because it is historically a month of low demand (both because it is a shorter month and because of the impact of the Carnival holidays), this was the highest value on record for the month.


The unusual growth in February was due to the early reactivation of most of the activity groups that have a seasonal decline in recruitment in the summer months. Among the activity groups that recorded an increase in their demand for personnel, the most important ones were Information Technologies, Education, Logistics and Transportation, and Engineering and Trades.


As a special theme of the month, we present the results of a study we conducted on WOMEN'S PARTICIPATION IN RECRUITMENT PROCESSES, with special focus on the challenges of access to leadership positions.


A total of 47.7% of the applications received for selection processes correspond to women, which means that there is a gap of 2.3% with respect to the ideal situation of equality in which both genders would represent 50%.


Although this figure does not represent a drastic difference with respect to the percentage of men, if the data is disaggregated by some key variables, such as age and the level of hierarchy of the positions being selected, more marked disparities appear. For example, in selection processes for management and director positions, only 30.3% of the applications received were from women.


On the other hand, how many women reach the end of the selection process


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