Re: Re: Linked-In: Your Skills' Desirability Is Cratering Year Over Year
Reportedly the percentages reflect "community interest."
That would mean, I presume, the "must have" or "desired" lists on posted ads, as automatically harvested and analysed by a pigeon-holing crawler application. As far as I can tell, those lists have insufficient relation to the actual job.
How are those lists in the ads prepared? I think I have a clue: "The person who left us (because we cannot see past our own eyebrows) claimed to know XML. So we need someone who claims to know XML."
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