I'm a sucker for numbers and stats. I'm pretty sure the pseudo-obsession comes from reading the sports page as a child (thank you Dad). That being said, I'm convinced that the majority of job hunting is a numbers game. Apply for "x" amount of jobs and receive "y" amount of interviews based on your qualifications.
As you can see, I've applied for 130 plus jobs which have resulted in 16 phone interviews. So I'm getting an interview for every one in eight jobs I apply to, about 12.5 percent. From the phone I've managed to set six onsite interviews with hiring managers. A little better than one in three, or 37.5 percent of the time.