Permissions: Job Admin and above

Product tier: Available for all subscription tiers

The all jobs summary report provides a wealth of information as an overview of all jobs in your organization where you have the appropriate permissions. This report is a great way to get a high-level view of your company's current hiring priorities.

At a glance, the all jobs summary will tell you when jobs were opened and closed, who's responsible for each part of the hiring process, and the number of candidates (historical, new, and hired) on each job.

All jobs summary report

To create an all jobs summary report, click Reports on your navigation bar.

Screenshot of Reports button

Click Essential reports on the left.

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Scroll to the Run Your Own Analysis section and click All Jobs Summary.

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The all jobs summary report will generate.

Note: The all jobs summary report will show information for all jobs on which you have at least Job Admin permission.

Screenshot of an example all jobs summary report

The all jobs summary report displays information for each job in the following columns, where applicable:

  • Job name
  • Job ID
  • Job post ID
  • Job status
  • Job board status
  • Openings
  • Opening IDs
  • Total new candidates (last 7 days)
  • Total active candidates
  • Total hires
  • Open date
  • Close date
  • Primary recruiter
  • Secondary recruiter
  • Primary coordinator
  • Secondary coordinator
  • Sourcers
  • Hiring managers
  • Requisition ID
  • Department
  • Office
  • Job approvers: Start recruiting
  • Job approvers: official job approval
  • Default offer approvers
  • Custom job fields

If you've added any custom job fields, you'll see them as extra columns on the right side of the report.

Since the all jobs summary has a lot of data, you can also export the report to Excel to perform more complex data analysis. Click the Download icon Download icon to download the all jobs summary.

All jobs summary report filters

Click Filters and more to apply filters to further refine your report.

Screenshot of filters on an example all jobs summary report

The all jobs summary report can be filtered by the following:

  • Job
  • Job status
  • Department
  • Office
  • User
  • Hiring team role
  • Custom job field
  • Open date
  • Include migrated candidates

Note: By default, the open date for the report is set to the current year.

Click Apply after applying any filters to your report.