To Find out how long a SQL server job is running for

SELECT DATEDIFF(SECOND,aj.start_execution_date,GetDate()) AS Seconds
FROM msdb..sysjobactivity aj
JOIN msdb..sysjobs sj on sj.job_id = aj.job_id
WHERE aj.stop_execution_date IS NULL — job hasn’t stopped running
AND aj.start_execution_date IS NOT NULL — job is currently running
AND sj.name = ‘JobName’
and not exists( — make sure this is the most recent run
select 1
from msdb..sysjobactivity new
where new.job_id = aj.job_id
and new.start_execution_date > aj.start_execution_date
)

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