May news …Rise in Vacancies…Drop in candidate availability.

Key Points: Continued rise in permanent placements; Growth of demand for staff picks up for the first time in nine months; Steeper decline in candidate availability triggers greater rises in pay. Permanent placements… There has been an increase in permanent placements but the rate of expansion in April was the softest witnessed in 2018. The […]

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Inflation Remains at a Record High Amid Candidate Shortages

Key Points from the February Survey: Softer rise in permanent placements High levels of candidate shortages amid high starting salaries Softer rise in staff vacancies Softer rise in permanent placements… The number of people placed in permanent jobs increased in February although at a slower rate than January’s recent high. The continued increase has  been […]

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Brexit: A Ticking Time-Bomb for London’s Financial Industry?

Brexit: A Ticking Time-Bomb for London’s Financial Industry? Fears are escalating as there are concerns that Britain’s vote to leave the EU in 2019 will harm one of its most successful industries… The Impact of Brexit on the Financial Sector The industry is crucial to Britain’s economy, accounting for 12% of Britain’s economic output and […]

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Job Market Report For Dec 14

Key Points in Summary Growth of permanent placements eases to 18-month low Strong Salary Growth Further marked drop in staff availability Average earnings and Inflation, any improvement? In the world of staff appointments for November, the rate at which permanent roles are placed, rose at its slowest rate in 18 months. Several sources found they […]

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