Now that we’re about 100 days into 2021 already, we thought why not to take a look at some recent changes to our platform and an interesting – although quite obvious – trend.
Being on a mission to make job search for AI/ML/Data Science roles as fast and simple as possible we added some helpers to better fine-tune the search listings, namely:
- Experience level: Activates the display of experience level tags – that way it’s immediately visible what minimum-level experience is required for the listed position.
- Compact listings: A switch to turn off all the keyword tags that are shown with a listing and decrease the vertical size of each row a bit – this is for all of those who like to quickly skim through the job titles and don’t want these tags in their way, especially on smaller screens.
- Open in new tab: A pretty simple one, the search page stays as it is and every click on a job listing opens the details for it in a new tab – seems to be most useful on mobile.
The settings above are available via the dropdown menu after clicking on the little cog button besides the region filter.
The trend: Increase in remote AI/ML and Big Data positions
This probably doesn’t come as a surprise, but nevertheless is very interesting to see and also follow up on in the future. We were seeing quite an increase of remote jobs across all roles. Here’s a quick impression what it kinda looks like:
In total numbers this means during January 2020 there were only 5 jobs listed on ai-jobs.net which would allow for candidates to work remotely, while there was a total of 76 listings during that month. One year later, in January 2021, the total number of remote positions grew to 81 and a total of 433 – okay everything grew, pretty cool – but in essence: the “remote to on-site ratio” changed from 6.6% to 18.7%. Nice.
In case you haven’t noticed or didn’t find it yet, you can easily filter for all those remote jobs via the “Remote/Anywhere” option in the region filter:
A “call for papers”
Last but not least: If you’re an experienced Data Scientist, ML Engineer, AI Team Lead, Startup Founder or Recruiter and have something to share (or know someone who does), even if it’s an already published piece but it would still benefit visitors of our site with some valuable insights, drop us a message and we’d be happy to publish and promote it here on insights.ai-jobs.net!
Allright, that’s it for this time. Good luck with your next career or hiring move and stay safe!