perl.jobs summary for 2016

I have a program that counts the postings to jobs.perl.org, and I used to post the annual stats for it (mostly to the old use.perl I think). It's been running on its own all along and I wasn't thinking about it.

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Year | Total |   Jan   Feb   Mar   Apr   May   Jun   Jul   Aug   Sep   Oct   Nov   Dec
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2001 |   154 |     0     0     0     0     2    24    26    21    25    16    29    11
2002 |   357 |    26    30    33    14    39    21    29    43    29    33    27    33
2003 |   512 |    36    35    50    46    19    36    40    59    50    48    49    44
2004 |   847 |    60    52    76    73    68    82    67    80    57    81    77    74
2005 |  1235 |    87   100   100   121   117   110    95    96    91   114   125    79
2006 |  1498 |   134   122   121   115   135   134   111   153   114   138   142    79
2007 |  1458 |   138   128   119   143   121   136   135   133    88   144   111    62
2008 |  1058 |   114    99    99   125   122   107   110    82    64    57    50    29
2009 |   617 |    44    44    48    63    70    40    51    45    39    63    60    50
2010 |   883 |    63    69    56    98    95    64    89    79    64    85    59    62
2011 |   868 |    83    79    96    62    67    71    64    87    71    66    68    54
2012 |   679 |    61    63    83    58    62    58    42    60    48    63    37    44
2013 |   637 |    57    47    62    52    63    55    69    49    33    47    69    34
2014 |   429 |    64    36    42    33    35    38    37    35    30    23    31    25
2015 |   297 |    32    35    42    25    32    18    26    21    10    26    16    14
2016 |   269 |    43    15    25    20    19    19    23    29    24    14    14    24

I don't have any analysis for these numbers and don't draw any conclusions other than how much people use that website.

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user-pic I'm the author of Mastering Perl, and the co-author of Learning Perl (6th Edition), Intermediate Perl, Programming Perl (4th Edition) and Effective Perl Programming (2nd Edition).