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Drop in Hiring levels of IoT Packaging Industry

When compared to the same month last year, the proportion of Packaging firms employing for internet of things-related positions fell in February 2022, with 18.5 percent of the companies in our analysis hiring for at least one such post. This statistic was lower than the 24.1 percent of organisations that hired for internet of things-related employment a year earlier, but it was higher than the 14.8 percent in January 2022.

In February 2022, the rate of all job openings that were tied to the internet of things increased, with 0.8 percent of newly posted job adverts being related to the topic. This is the highest monthly figure in the last year, and it represents an increase over the 0.6 percent of newly posted positions tied to the internet of things in the same month a year ago. The Internet of Things is one of the subjects recognised by GlobalData, the source of our data for this article, as a critical disruptive force confronting businesses in the future years.

Companies who succeed and invest in these areas now are deemed to be better prepared for the future business landscape and more capable of surviving unforeseen crises. Packaging firms are now hiring for internet of things jobs at a lower pace than the average for all organisations in GlobalData’s job analytics database, according to our study of the data.

In February 2022, the average for all firms was 1.1 percent. GlobalData’s job analytics database analyses the hiring habits of thousands of organisations around the world, capturing jobs as they’re advertised and labelling them with additional layers of data on everything from the seniority of each position to whether it’s tied to broader industry trends.

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