I have to post this. I just have to.
I was doing some work today, editing a report on recruitment within the digital sector. There’s some really great stuff in there, and it was a lot of fun having an excuse to pore over the findings in minute detail whilst whitling the report into a succinct version.
One paragraph blew me away. I can’t resist, I have to share it:
“Generally, companies reported higher numbers of people joining their digital departments than leaving them with fewer companies having no people leaving than having no people joining and more companies reporting that more than six people joined that reported that more than six people left. Therefore the majority of companies have grown in number of staff in 2007. “
Isn’t that just superb? Honestly I don’t think I could write somethnig like that even if I tried. I’m genuinely impressed.
If you’re interested, I changed it to, “Most companies reported higher numbers of people joining their digital departments than leaving them.”