Weekly Job Trend Analysis in IT Sector

by Noc Team on October 11, 2010

HIGHLIGHTS

TOP 3 EMPLOYERS

1. Techlogix Pakistan Pvt Ltd  (15 Openings)

2. Ace Writers Inc  (10 Openings)

3. Hai Technologies          (06 Openings)

TOP 3 CATEGORIES

1. PHP Development

2. .Net Development

3. Graphics Designing

AREA WISE RANKING

1. Lahore   (61 Job Openings)

2. Islamabad  (51 Job Openings)

3. Karachi      (27 Job Openings)

JOBS BY AREA

Jobs By Area

Technologies

Sr# City Job Openings PHP .NET SQA Graphic Designer iPhone Java SEO Technical Writer
1 Lahore 61 21 12 2 11 8 3 3 1
2 Karachi 51 15 4 2 7 2 9 2 10
3 Islamabad 27 10 1 0 8 0 7 0 1

JOBS BY EMPLOYER

Jobs By Employer

Sr# Company Name Openings
1 Techlogix Pakistan Pvt Ltd 15
2 Ace Writers Inc. 10
3 Hai Technoloies 6
4 Confiz Solutions 6
5 Pi Sigma Group 5
6 True Meridian Pvt Ltd 5
7 The Brains Pvt Ltd 5
8 i2c Pakistan 5
9 4 Ace Technologies 4
10 Nextbridge Pvt Ltd 4

JOBS BY TECHNOLOGY

Jobs By Technology

Sr. # Job Title Job Openings
1 Sr. PHP Software Engineer 27
2 PHP Software Engineer 19
3 Sr. .NET Software Engineer 7
4 .NET Software Engineer 10
5 SQA Engineer 4
6 Graphic / Web Designer 26
7 Iphone Developer 10
8 Java 19
9 Networking 0
10 SEO 5
11 Technical Writer 12
12 Flash Actionscript 0

TREND REPORT

Technology Ranking From 27th Sep to 3rd Oct

Sr.# Job Title Job Openings
1 PHP Software Engineer 49
2 .NET Software Engineer 24
3 Sr. PHP Software Engineer 20
4 Graphic / Web Designer 37
5 SQA Engineer 13
6 Sr. .NET Software Engineer 8
7 Iphone Developer 6
8 Java 13
9 Networking 1
10 SEO 10
11 Technical Writer 9
12 Flash Actionscript 3

Technology Ranking From 4th Oct to 10th Oct

Sr.# Job Title Job Openings
1 PHP Software Engineer 19
2 .NET Software Engineer 10
3 Sr. PHP Software Engineer 27
4 Graphic / Web Designer 26
5 SQA Engineer 4
6 Sr. .NET Software Engineer 7
7 Iphone Developer 10
8 Java 19
9 Networking 0
10 SEO 5
11 Technical Writer 12
12 Flash Actionscript 0

Note: These figures/data have been extracted from Rozee.pk and specific company website. The data gathered is from online records starting from 4th October to 10th October 2010.

{ 7 comments… read them below or add one }

Rana Mubashar October 14, 2010 at 8:39 AM

Nice Work man.

Muhammad Hanif October 19, 2010 at 12:47 AM

Good Job CodeWeek.

waqas October 29, 2010 at 2:13 PM

nyc work keep it up : )

Reyasat Khan November 13, 2010 at 1:57 PM

gud working

Reyasat Khan November 13, 2010 at 2:00 PM

i need the some the help about getting a job

i am doing “MCS” Master of Computer Science, any body have any idea about getting job

in the software houses they need the experince, but i do not have any experince so what i have to do???

please help how i enter the professionl field

i am very thank ful

REYASAT KHAN
reyasatsaleem@gmail.com

Ayesha November 16, 2010 at 3:03 AM

Mr Reyasat Khan,

You dont have to worry that employers require professional experience. All fresh graduates start with an Internship. So you must keep searching the job (that suits your skills) and do apply. Employers also hire fresh graduates. Search job openings on rozee.pk which is a good and useful web portal in this regard.

All is well!

Umair November 19, 2010 at 6:18 AM

Hi Job Analysis writer.

it has been some time since i posted on codeweek.
last time i had posted here. i was still an employee stuck juggling management and development. not that i’m not doing that now . but atleast im not employeed :) .. no no… not to worry i’m not hunting for a job… i have my own venture now Thank you :) :) so i come here ofter now to look at job trends and understand ,..lets say.. the zeitgeist of the industry

but to the crux of the matter. the last time i posted here. i had requested instead of just weekly analysis a monthly analysis as the weekly analysis do not in reality provide you a full job trend analysis. a week is too short to realize anything with considerable confidence on how the job market is flowing.

seeing that you have a vast amount of data already collected i, and i am sure that many others, would really appreciate if there could be a Monthly trend result posted. at the end of every month. and an yearly trend posted at the end of every year.

over the years i have learned one thing though… services offered if do not coincide with user trends the business tends to loose following. but i love code week and see it as a remarkable effort and would love to see it grow to a point where its considered as a solid strong indisputable reference almost like “The Economist” of the I.T. world or better yet “Times”

i would much appreciated

cheers :)

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