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).