digital media hiring in the global aerospace, defense and security industry fell 42% in Q3 2022

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The global aerospace, defense and security industry saw a 42% decline in new digital media-related job postings in the third quarter of 2022 compared to the previous quarter, according to GlobalData’s Jobs Analytics. This compares to a 42% decline in the prior quarter and a 143% increase from Q3 2021.

Notably, human resources worker jobs accounted for a 10% share of the total number of new digital media job openings in the global aerospace, defense and security industry in Q3 2022, up 15% from the previous quarter.


HR workers drive digital media hiring activity

Human resources workers, with a 10% share, emerged as the top digital media-related positions in the aerospace, defense and security industry in Q3 2022, with new job vacancies employment up 15% quarter over quarter. Public relations specialists came in second with a 6% share in the third quarter of 2022, as new job openings fell 13% from the previous quarter.

Other prominent roles in digital media include software and web developers, programmers and testers with a 6% share in Q3 2022, marketing and sales managers with a 4% share of new job vacancies.

Top five aerospace, defense and security companies accounted for 60% of hiring activity

The top companies, in terms of the number of new job postings tracked by GlobalData, in Q3 2022 were Leidos Holdings, Rheinmetall, L3Harris Technologies and Elettronica. Together, they accounted for a combined 60% share of all active digital media jobs in the aerospace, defense and security industry.

Leidos Holdings posted 314 new digital media jobs in Q3 2022, Rheinmetall 76 jobs, L3Harris Technologies 48 jobs and Elettronica 46 jobs, according to GlobalData’s Job Analytics.

Recruitment activity was led by the United States with a 71% share of total active job openings, Q3 2022

The largest share of new digital media-related job openings in the Aerospace, Defense and Security industry in Q3 2022 was in the United States at 71%, followed by Germany ( 9%) and the United Kingdom (6%). The share represented by the United States was -8% lower than the 79% share it represented in the second quarter of 2022.


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