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ITIL jobs market - trends in demand
Here at ITILnews we found the following information fascinating. The graphs have been produced by an organization that looks at thousands of job sites and millions of jobs.
 
As you will see in the majority of cases the recognition of an ITIL qualification is increasing.
 
We would welcome your thoughts and comments on the information provided in the following graphs (click the links to open the graph pages at www.indeed.com in a new window).
 
ITIL jobs Globally
 
ITIL jobs in North America
 
ITIL jobs in Europe
 
ITIL jobs in Asia
 
ITIL jobs in Latin America
 
ITIL jobs in the Middle East
 
ITIL jobs in the United Kingdom
 
ITIL jobs in Australia
 
ITIL jobs inJapan
 
ITIL jobs in China
 
ITIL jobs in India
 
ITIL jobs inRussia
 
ITIL jobs inEastern Europe
 
ITIL jobs in Ireland
 
 
 
 
 
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