February Report on Jobs

Key points from the January survey: Permanent placements growth quickens Permanent salaries continued to increase, albeit at weakest rate in 27 months Candidate availability remains tight Commenting on the latest survey results, REC chief executive Kevin Green, said: “The jobs market has started 2016 with a bang – our latest data shows strong growth in […]

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December Job Market Report

Key points for December: Permanent and temporary appointments both increase at sharper rates Candidate availability tightens further Pay growth remains marked   Faster growth of staff appointments The number of people placed in permanent jobs increased further in November. The rate of growth was marked, having accelerated to the sharpest since April. Higher placements were […]

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The Week in Numbers – 3rd November

The Week in Numbers – 3rd November 2015 44% – Year-on-year rise in pension investment inflows reported by St James’s Place in the third quarter , from £430m to £620m 0.5% – Growth in UK GDP in the third quarter, according to estimates from the Office for National Statistics £15.4m – Redress that payday lender […]

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The Week in Numbers – 23rd Sept 2015

51% – Proportion of people who do not know if their provider levies charges for managing their pension pot. 0% – CPI inflation in August, down from 0.1% in July according to the Office for National Statistics 80% – Proportion of investment houses that publish out-of-date fund data, research by fintech company Instinct Studios shows […]

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