JobGraphs is a beta application that provides graphical analysis to job trends in the IT industry. It visually represents the number of jobs in various technological fields, how many jobs are available in different countries, average country salaries for IT professionals, the demand for each IT role, how experience affects demand, what skills are in demand in each technology, and more.Show more screenshots »
JobGraphs consists of a team of software professionals. Their experience in CRM, CMS, EAI, Java, and Web programming all contribute to the usability of the application. The founders/creators names are not listed and other historical data is unavailable. The application is still in beta testing.
The analytical data provided focuses on IT/Software job trends in a variety of countries. Results are provided in an easy to read bar graph. Technologies included are :
ERP: SAP, Oracle EBS/Oracle APPS, JD Edwards, Dynamics NAV, Dynamics AX, and Dynamics GP.
EAI: Tibco, Biztalk, Webmethods, Vitria, Seebeyond/JCAPS, SAP PI, Oracle Fusion, and Websphere Business Integration.
BPM: Pega, Filenet BPM, Lombardi, Savvion, iProcess, and Oracle ALBPM.
BI: Cognos, Ab Initio, Datastage, Microstrategy, Oracle BI/OBIEE, SAS BI, and Informatica.
ECM: Sharepoint, Documentum, and Oracle UCM.
HRMS: SAP HR, Peoplesoft HRMS, and Oracle HRMS.
Virtualization Softwares: Citrix and Vmware.
DBMS Softwares: Oracle DBMS, SQL Server, and IBM DB2.
Operating Systems: Solaris, RedHat Linux, and Windows Operating System.
Web - Design - User Interface Softwares: Adobe Flash, Adobe Flex, and Drupal.
Testing: Manual Testing, Automation Testing, Performance Testing, and Security Testing.
If a user’s technology is not listed, they are encouraged to contact the site.
JobGraphs is very simplistic. Users can view job trends by country or by type of technology. As an example, during review, Operating Systems was selected. This led to statistics for Solaris, RedHat, and Windows. Further choosing Windows led to a graph of Windows OS World Wide Demand in the US, UK, India, Autstralia, Germany, and the Netherlands. Salary comparison, role, experience based demand, and skills based demand was also offered in various graph forms. There was also an option to view Operating Systems Demand Comparison, which showed, graphically, the demand for Windows, Linux, and Solaris. The graphic representation of data makes trends easy to understand and interpret.
No registration is needed.
There is no cost associated with using JobGraphs.
Individuals or businesses who want to quickly view global job trends in specific fields in great detail in the IT/Software industry could find this data useful. It could also appeal to users who prefer data presented in a visual way. It is easier to view and get an overall impression without having to page through several pages of statistics.