CRM Job Report June 2023
TRACKING CRM EMPLOYMENT DATA
By Ran Boytner & Dannee Sevonto
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BETTER & MORE GRANULAR DATA
We increased the number of data charts from 25 to 31. Our goal is to increase data granularity and transparency, allowing users better understanding of trends across hiring types, wages and benefits in the CRM sector.
Twin Cairns Performance
This area provides independent data about numbers and access to the Twin Cairns Job Board. It is designed to allow users to evaluate access and ROI when searching for or posting jobs on the Twin Cairns Job Board.
Number of Jobs Posted This Month
This area provides data about the number of jobs posts on the leading CRM job boards: Twin Cairns, Shovelbums and archaeologyfieldwork.com. We are aware that Indeed, Monster and other general job boards are used by CRM companies. However, these general job boards are generally used to manage the application process and are not where most employees first learn about a job.
This area records the number of jobs posted for the past six months by job type. ‘Other’ refers to jobs that do not involve field archaeology but are directly related to CRM (GIS, Lab Technician, Museum Curator, etc).
Monthly Job Posts by Region
This area breaks down the number of job posts by job type and by region for this month. A detailed regional breakdown is available on Twin Cairns Intelligence Unit© Quarterly Reports (forthcoming).
This area provides data about the type of employers hiring within the CRM sector for the past six months. ‘Others’ relate here to the small number of hiring done by nonprofits, museums & universities.
Figure 9: Detailed Employer types; the ‘Other’ category indicates jobs posted by nonprofits, museums & universities (Source: Data collected by the Twin Cairns Intelligence Unit©)
This area presents data documenting duration of employment offered and breaks it down by position type. We are tabulating temporary vs. permanent job offers.
This area presents average hourly wages offered to CRM sector employees by position and by employer types. While some employers break down upper field management to Project Managers and Principal investigators, most job posts do not include such distinction. Therefore, we aggregate both categories into one class of employees. ‘Other’ refers to positions offered by nonprofits, museums & universities.
Published Wage Data
This area presents the publication of wage data and its inclusion in job posts. This area includes data for all job posts, then a breakdown of wage inclusion by position type.
This area documents hourly wage differentials between Field Techs and other position types. The area tabulates wage differentials between Field Techs and Crew Chiefs and Field Techs and Project Managers/Principal Investigators.
This area documents the percentage of jobs where employers list benefits as part of the job post. To be considered as offering benefits, the job post must include health insurance and paid days off. Some jobs offer contribution towards retirement plans (401K and similar). If this is the only benefit offered, we list such job posts as not providing benefits to employees.
It is possible that some job posts do not list but offer benefits to employees. Because benefits are not listed on such posts, these posts are tabulated as offering no benefits.
This area presents data on education requirements for the CRM sector. Initially, we document education requirement for the sector as a whole, we then break down education requirement by position type.
Field School Requirement for Field Techs
This area documents the requirement of a field school as a condition of employment for Field Techs. It first documents the field school requirement for the sector as a whole and then breaks it down by employer type. Regional data is tabulated in our Quarterly Reports (forthcoming).