In April 2022, compared to the same month last year, the share of companies producing and supplying cars that hire big data increased: 76.9% of the companies included in our analysis recruited at least one such position.

This latter figure was higher than the 67.8% of companies that hired big data related data a year ago, but fell from the 78.5% figure in March 2022.

As for the number of vacancies related to big data, in April 2022 vacancy announcements decreased, with 7% of recently posted vacancy announcements related to this topic.

This latest figure became the lowest monthly figure for the past year and is a decrease from the 7.6% of new vacancies announced that were related to big data in the equivalent month a year ago.

Big data is one of the topics that GlobalData, from which our data for this article is taken, has identified as a key subversive force that companies will face in the coming years. It is believed that companies that are successful and invest in these areas are better prepared for the future business landscape and better equipped to survive unforeseen challenges.

Our data analysis shows that car manufacturing and supply companies are currently hiring with big data at a rate lower than the average for all companies in the GlobalData job analytics database. The average among all companies in April 2022 was 8.4%.

The GlobalData vacancy analytics database tracks the daily recruitment patterns of thousands of companies around the world, attracting vacancies as they become available and labeling them with additional layers of data on everything from the experience of each position to whether the work is related to a wider industry. trends.

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