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Developer reports sometimes have the advantage of being built by developers themselves. The State of CSS is one of those and has been a regular annual for a few years and each time it demonstrates with its UX as much as it shows with its data. Superb report on the state of CSS, and just a wonderful web experience to explore. Do it here
Issue #219 published 20 Dec 2020
How do people really feel about the most prevalent workplace issues? That is the question our buddies at Greenhouse, supported by the excellent George LaRoque tried to answer in this interactive report. Download the Workplace Intelligence Report here or interact with the data to find out here
Issue #129 published 23 Apr 2020
Last conducted two years ago in 2018, this survey of CEO’s by PwC is a digestible must read. Trade wars, internet regulation, climate change lead to a pessimistic view from the surveyed responses. Have a play on the interactive website, and make sure to download it here for your reference
Issue #176 published 23 Apr 2020
A rhetorical question to which we already know the answer. Wall Street Journal provides data to back up the assertion that the gig economy is taking market share from the payroll economy. No surprises here - Kevin Wheeler’s prediction on the future of work already looks prophetic. 
Issue #6 published 23 Apr 2020
2016 report from LinkedIn Talent Solutions. Well presented, high level stuff, from a company that knows how to package a report. Thanks Anna Ott for the share 
Issue #6 published 23 Apr 2020
Another great piece of primary research here. The Popularity of Data Science Software - no surprises here but trends analysis is always interesting. And of course - Python - rules. 
Issue #24 published 23 Apr 2020
Ongig’s annual ATS report is out - the definitive list by usage, growth, job volume and all other sorts of measures. Interesting to see the rise of Greenhouse, as well as the persistence of the classics. 
Issue #73 published 23 Apr 2020
For-profit intensive engineering academies have become prevalent, but some graduates find themselves in debt and unprepared for tech jobs. Also: do not underestimate the power tech snobbery
Issue #11 published 23 Apr 2020
So the Up Group emailed 10,000 of the senior candidates on salary / remuneration. Here’s a downloadable report of the results
Issue #11 published 23 Apr 2020
RecTec vendors are really stepping up their game this year. Check out this superb recruiting metrics benchmark report from our buddies at Jobvite - essential reading for anyone who cares about the conversion rate. H/T brainfooder Shane Gray for the share.
Issue #77 published 23 Apr 2020
One of the must read reports on the state of tech hiring is the Hired report. Rock solid salary info, though some weird decisions on some metrics (rate of growth vs absolute), and obviously sample bias on those who have used the platform. Good stuff nevertheless though, so have a read
Issue #177 published 23 Apr 2020
Massive yet digestible report from Hootsuite on global digital media usage. Excellent for high level trends analysis, but also broken down per region and per country for those who want a more localised view. We all students on human behaviour here, so this is a must read. Download it here
Issue #177 published 23 Apr 2020
Over 5,200 developers share their insights on modern technologies, programming languages, frameworks, and tools of choice for software development. Decent survey here collating data from 2016-2017
Issue #42 published 23 Apr 2020
Excellent self referential job seeking guide to folks who should know most about it: us. From LinkedIn, who have the data, and now it seems, also the marketing collateral. H/T brainfooder Denis Dinkevich for the share
Issue #72 published 23 Apr 2020
Stack Overflow’s annual developer survey is out and it’s a must read for any business interested in hiring engineers. Fascinating insights on everything from tech stack preferences to gender differences in self assessed competence. It’s a massive yet accessible on line report - check it out here
Issue #131 published 23 Apr 2020
The StackOverflow Developer report is out - ‘the largest and most comprehensive survey ever. Demographics. Technologies. Salaries. Career satisfaction’. It probably is. Great effort from our buddies over there. Must read
Issue #75 published 23 Apr 2020
Dual track education is the way - the miracle is having vocational alongside academic training. Who’d have thought eh?
Issue #9 published 23 Apr 2020
A list of the top 70 Applicant Tracking Systems used in 2016 based on 3,000+ employers. Great list by Ongig, who have updated their 2014 report. 
Issue #9 published 23 Apr 2020
Beautifully presented interactive report by our buddies at HackerRank. No surprises it’s JavaScript and Python dominating the demand side. Here’s an interesting titbit for ye: Tech founders are 3 x more likely to have started coding before 10 years of age. 
Issue #68 published 23 Apr 2020
More data from the superb DBR community on what in-house recruiters measure and why. Have a dig in on the insight because in recruitment, like everything else, we do what we measure. Thanks to brainfooder Laura Peakall for pulling this together and for Kristian Bright for the share. 
Issue #86 published 23 Apr 2020
Internet / smartphone saturation, China on the rise, AI vs data privacy (and a clear shot at Europe and GDPR…) and surprisingly little on crypto - it’s Mary Meeker’s Internet Trends report. If you haven’t read it yet, you really should do so now. 
Issue #86 published 23 Apr 2020
A permanent job is a lock-in folks, and the kids don’t like it. Diversifying the types of relationship organisations have with the people who do work with them is critical to getting them to do that work. It’s ‘total talent management’ folks, look it up. Download the report here 
Issue #95 published 23 Apr 2020
Engineering graduates earn the most after 10 years while those in children’s education earn the least, according to a 2016-2017 College Salary Report from Times High Education. 
Issue #12 published 23 Apr 2020
How healthy is the Internet? This is the question asked by the fine folks at Mozilla. The findings are critically important for anyone tracking the trends which drive the Internet. Superbly presented in this immersive interactive website. Or if you prefer, you can download the report in pdf format here
Issue #133 published 23 Apr 2020
We need to have this conversation - now. Up to 75% of the jobs in the developing world threatened by automation. Companies will go ‘home’ and not bring jobs back with them. UBI - Universal Basic Income - is the only answer. 
Issue #7 published 23 Apr 2020
We probably need to re-introduce the labour theory of value when thinking about the gig economy. Rentier behaviour on AirBnB vs always on, multiple gig on TaskRabbit are not the same thing.
Issue #47 published 23 Apr 2020
LinkedIn joins the party in producing some worthy starting data. Good report on the US labour force. Would love to further reports covering other territories. 
Issue #18 published 23 Apr 2020
Interesting analysis from StackOverflow, who are now really doing a great job on data driven insights. Weekday / weekend variance on developer behaviour. Key takeaway from this? Devs hate Microsoft stack but bear with it because their company forces them to do it. 
Issue #18 published 23 Apr 2020
Download for the full report in the link. Deloitte tries to out-McKinsey McKinsey with this breakdown of the future of work.
Issue #5 published 23 Apr 2020
Geography + Demography = this excellent report from Oxford Economics on the trends of the global labour market. If you have a global remit or have horizons beyond your immediate locale, download and read this report. 
Issue #134 published 23 Apr 2020
Our buddies at HackerRank are coming up with some superb intelligence on the state of the developer marketplace. Hat tip to Ritika Trikha and team for putting this report together. PS: I had the pleasure of joining CEO Vivek Ravisankar on his podcast show recently - episode coming soon. 
Issue #85 published 23 Apr 2020
Nice piece of work from LinkedIn, picking out 4 key trends changing how we hire. They are: diversity, data, interview tooling & AI. Download folks, it’s an easy and valuable read. 
Issue #85 published 23 Apr 2020
The rise of nativism around the globe doesn’t solve the problem of hiring for highly skilled, in demand tech workers. Our buddies at RelocateMe have performed some trends analysis on where devs are coming from, and where they are going to. Essential read if tech hiring is on your agenda 
Issue #84 published 23 Apr 2020
Recruiters see a lot of salary benchmarking but rarely do we see it in our own industry. Some superb research by Matt Buckland and the crew at DBR (sign up) on how much we earn in the internal recruiter business. 
Issue #84 published 23 Apr 2020
Fantastic report from Lars Schmidt and Ambrosia Vertesi who surveyed the HROS membership on what HR / TA pro’s are spending their time and money on in 2018. Download the report here and make you check out the interactive from brainfooder George LaRoque here.

Issue #84 published 23 Apr 2020
“These graphics show how machines have destroyed jobs over time - but also how they create new ones in the process” So says the blurb. An optimistic writer perhaps but another nice visualisation from a great website. 
Issue #40 published 23 Apr 2020
What you need to know about the state of talent acquisition. Overstating the case somewhat, but this is still a useful primer for what lies ahead for the UK in 2017. From LinkedIn. 
Issue #8 published 23 Apr 2020
Outstanding report on developer salaries by our buddies at Hired.com. Some very interesting insight here, including the rise of alternative tech hubs to Silicon Valley, though the decline of London salaries doesn’t ring true to me. 
Issue #70 published 23 Apr 2020