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The state of the digital jobs market

A little while ago, we held a quick poll of our Twitter followers to gain some insight into the state of the digital jobs market.

Here are our findings...


10 interesting digital marketing stats we've seen this week

Here are some of the most interesting digital marketing stats we've seen this week.

Stats include UK adspend, barriers to optimization, the digital jobs market, social logins in ecommerce, mobile adspend and the increasing amount of time spent online by US consumers.

For more digital marketing stats, check out our Internet Statistics Compendium.


Media planners were the most in-demand digital staff last year

Media planners were the most in-demand digital staff last year while mobile job vacancies are increasing at the fastest rate, according to data from Propel.

Its new Digital Salary Insights report shows that average salaries have increased every year since 2009, however the rate of increase slowed from 3% in 2011 to 1% in 2012.

This is supported by a recent Econsultancy survey which found that 66% of digital marketers had received a pay increase in the past 12 months and 73% expected to get a pay rise next year.

But if you’re one of the 33% who didn’t receive a pay increase and are looking for a new challenge then check out the range of roles currently available on our digital jobs board.

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A day in the life of a... Director of Social Engagement

Chris Buckley is Director of Social Engagement at TMW, a full service agency based in London. Here he walks us through a typical day in agencyland.

If you like the sound of what Chris does then by all means explore the range of social media jobs that are listed on Econsultancy's digital jobs site


Mobile marketers are most in-demand staff in digital industry

Mobile marketers are the most in-demand digital staff, according to data from Propel London.

The digital recruitment agency’s ‘Digital Salary Insights’ report shows that mobile job vacancies listed on its site increased from just 10 in 2009 to 150 in 2011, while social vacancies increased from 28 to 100 in the same period.

Average salaries in mobile marketing, product management, media sales, ad ops, client services and app development have all increased, with salaries in most mobile-related roles above the digital industry average.

Propel marketing manager Phil Haslehurst said that mobile was going through a similar growth period to that experienced by the search industry a few years ago.