My suspicion earlier in the season was that this was turning out to be a particularly bad one, which I think is more or less confirmed. One would hope that, as 2008-2009 recedes into history, the job market would improve. One would hope, apparently, in vain.
You can see Carolyn Dicey Jennings' placement data report for 2011-2014 here. Her data shows, among other things, that the proportion of men and women being hired basically matches the porportion of men and women who earn doctorates in philosophy.
Helen DeCruz summarizes some prestige bias numbers here. 88% of philosophy TT hires are from Leiter-ranked departments. 31% are from Top 10 departments.
To sum up, it's bad.
Feel free to add more data points, or anecdata, or corrections to the estimates above, in the comments.