You are currently viewing Leidos Holdings IT Recruitment Activity Declines 2.6% in April 2022

Leidos Holdings IT Recruitment Activity Declines 2.6% in April 2022

According to GlobalData’s Job Analytics database, IT hires at U.S.-based Leidos Holdings fell 2.6% in April 2022 from the previous month.

The company’s overall hiring activity increased 1.41% in April 2022 compared to March 2022.

IT jobs accounted for a 34.98% share of the company’s total hiring activity in April 2022 and were down 0.91% from the average share for the past three months.

Software and web developers, programmers and testers top Leidos Holdings IT hires in April 2022

Of the total number of IT job titles published by Leidos Holdings, software and web developers, programmers and testers emerged as the top occupation, registering a share of 46.13% in April 2022 and a decline of 33 .46% from March 2022, while Database & Network Administrators & Architects claimed a 21.8% share in April 2022 and saw a decline of 37.68%. Computer and information researchers held a 13.81% share in April 2022, down 12.1% from March 2022.

North America Boosts IT Hiring at Leidos Holdings

North America became the top region for global aerospace, defense and security IT recruitment activity in April 2022 with a share of 96.96%, representing a decline of 31.21% compared to the previous month.

Europe followed with 2.92%, registering a 50% decline month-on-month. Asia-Pacific was the third region with a share of 0.13% and stable growth compared to March 2022.

The United States held a leading position in the region’s aerospace, defense and security industry IT recruitment activity with a share of 96.96% in April 2022, a decline of 31.14% compared to March 2022. France then appeared with a share of 1.01%, up 100% compared to the previous one. month. The UK recorded a share of 1.01%, down 77.78% from March 2022.

Mid-Level Jobs Lead Leidos Holdings IT Recruitment Activity in April 2022

Mid-level jobs held a 51.96% share, down 36.73% from March 2022. Junior-level positions with a 34.73% share, down 29.2% from to the previous month.

In third place were entry-level vacancies with 12.93% market share, down 14.29% from March 2022, while senior vacancies accounted for 0.38%, recording a monthly decline of 62.5%.

Related companies

Leave a Reply