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March 10, 2014 | 2:45 PM

Winejobs.com released a report detailing wine job posting trends as of February 2014. As the wine industry’s leading online job site, Winejobs.com has a unique vantage point over industry trends. The Winejobs.com index indicates that job postings in February 2014 increased 21 percent from February 2013. The index is up 23 percent so far this year.

 

The February increase in job postings was driven by increases in hospitality, sales and winemaking jobs. The hospitality index increased 45 percent from its level in February 2013, and is up 41 percent for the year.

The sales and marketing index increased 24 percent from its level in February 2013. The index is up 20 percent year-to-date.

The winemaking job index rose 13 percent from its level in February 2013, and is up 29 percent year-to-date.

About Winejobs.com
Winejobs.com is a resource for both job seekers and employers. Since the online job board is specific to the wine industry, employers will find only the most serious and qualified job candidates. With more than 6,000 jobs posted in 2013, Winejobs.com is unmatched in usage by those seeking to advance their career or grow their company in the wine industry.

About the Winejobs.com Index
The Winejobs.com Index provides a way to measure and compare trends in the wine job market. January 2007 is set with a base index of 100. The following months’ indexes reflect percentage changes since that base index, providing a quick way to gauge rises and drops in job postings. Derived from the leading online wine job board, these changes can be interpreted as industry-wide trends.

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