JobtreeRole Hierarchy

Jobtree

Jobtree

This shows the paths people have taken to and from the primary role at the center of the tree. It is a visualization of aggregated real career paths from our database.

Role Hierarchy

This shows the roles within the same job family as the primary role. Unlike the Jobtree which shows the paths people have taken, this shows a job role hierarchy within an organization.

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Role Level

(click level names for definitions) Seprator
Entry
ENTRY: No direct experience, but may need on-the-job training and/or general work experience.
Experienced
Experienced: Some direct experience and/or specific prior education or certifications. May have management responsibilities.
Mid Level
Mid Level: Direct experience with management level responsibilities and decision making.
Senior Level
Senior Level: Extensive direct experience and/or specialized training. Senior level management responsibilities.
Seprator
Mixed
Mixed: Role titles that span multiple hierarchies or don't have a hierarchical structure.
This shows the paths people have taken to and from the primary role at the center of the tree. It is a visualization of aggregated real career paths from our database.
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The Jobtree shows the most common career paths to and from in our database.
Most common
next roles
Where this role can take you
How others got here
Most common
previous roles

Role Level

(click level names for definitions) Seprator
Entry
ENTRY: No direct experience, but may need on-the-job training and/or general work experience.
Experienced
Experienced: Some direct experience and/or specific prior education or certifications. May have management responsibilities.
Mid Level
Mid Level: Direct experience with management level responsibilities and decision making.
Senior Level
Senior Level: Extensive direct experience and/or specialized training. Senior level management responsibilities.
Seprator
Mixed
Mixed: Role titles that span multiple hierarchies or don't have a hierarchical structure.
Key: 1. Average time in years.
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Job history
Saved role
Key: 1. Average time in years.
FAQ’s on the
Jobtree shown above:

How does the
Jobtree work?

A Jobtree is a visual representation of the most common role steps to and from a primary role or starting point. The
Jobtree above shows you the most common career path to and from the
role in our career database. Each step away from the
primary role is specific to the steps taken prior for people who have the
role in their career history which means that the career path shown is an exact path that others have taken. Each Jobtree is unique. If you see a role that looks interesting branching off from the
primary role, move it to the center and see how the information changes.

How does the time in role calculation work for
related roles I see above?

Each Jobtree is unique. The calculation shown for time in role is specific to the data set for the
Jobtree which means this value will change depending on what role is in the primary role position. For example, the time in role for
when it is the primary role (all
career paths in our database) will likely be different when
is shown as one of the roles branching from a primary role (a subset of the
career paths in our database).

What is the source of the data for the
and related roles?

The source for the
data is an aggregation of publicly available career profiles and those provided by Jobtrees users to populate our career database which covers hundreds of thousands of career steps spanning thousands of unique roles across many industries, schools, education backgrounds and companies. You can help to expand this data source further by uploading your career profile which will allow you to track the roles from your job history while navigating the site. This will also help contribute to creating a more robust experience for you and other users. In order to unlock a new role or filter for a role like
, we need a minimum amount of data to ensure the data stays anonymous and the paths are representative of a meaningful enough sample. This means the data you provide helps to open up more features for you and other users.

Why might I see the same role both leading to and progressing from the
primary role position?

The
Jobtree is built based on the aggregation of career profiles and so the repetition of a role in the lead up and the progression from a primary role is a result of people's careers not following a linear path of role title progression. Also, titles aren’t used synonymously at all companies so that the responsibilities, scope, or rank for a
at one company may be different at another so what may look like a downgrade in title is actually a career progression.
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