Vacancysoft is the UK's leading provider of labour market data and analytics.

We provide high-grade lead generation, client intelligence and market analysis solutions for Britain's top recruitment industry firms and others.

 

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  • Discover the key positions organisations want to fill
  • Drill down by professional area, location and sector
  • Create bespoke reports suited to your business
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“A great tool for keeping track of a fast-moving market.”

Medet Ali

Managing Director – Creative Tax Recruitment

“Extremely useful in predicting growth areas.”

Ben Kent, Founding Director – Meridian West

“Plays an integral role in our day-to-day business.”

Tim Skipper, Director – Totum Partners

“An essential tool for monitoring client activity.”

Justin Carpenter,  Director – Caspian One

“Provides us with expert information and research.”

Jeremy Small, Director – Jameson Legal

“Since 2012, invaluable to our business. Cannot recommend highly enough.”

Richard Hoar, Director, Banking & Financial Services – Goodman Mason

“Reminds me to chase leads and helps me provide a better service to clients and candidates."

Gabriel Moore, Consultant – Barclay Simpson

"Meaningful, timely and accurate insights that enable us to hire below budgets."

Frederico Justus, President of Operations – Weatherford International

“An essential tool for our business.”

Daniel Patterson, Marketing Director – Cpl Life Sciences

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  • Determine what key businesses are recruiting for
  • Drill down by professional area, location and sector
  • Build your own bespoke report mapped against your business

 

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Why does Client Intelligence Matter?

The power of data

  • Streamline your lead generation
  • Spotlight key account activity
  • Develop your business strategically
  • Build and promote your brand
  • Analyse future opportunities
  • Accelerate your business growth

Streamline your lead generation

  • Daily email updates containing vacancies filtered to you
  • Set filters by role, sector, location or even company size
  • No spam — just the jobs you want, received every morning
Why does Client Intelligence Matter?
Why does Client Intelligence Matter?

Spotlight key account activity

  • Pinpoint every opportunity, strike with confidence, engage with insight
  • Get relevant jobs by sector, location, role and company size
  • See what positions key accounts are filling with VacancyBank

Develop your business strategically

  • Build hit-lists to know when companies start recruiting
  • Monitor companies’ recruitment activity, see who is most active and where
  • Focus on firms at the beginning (not end) of recruiting cycles
Why does Client Intelligence Matter?
2022 report
2022 report

Build and promote your brand

  • Be the go-to expert for labour market trends and insights
  • Create reports to share on social media, newsletters or your blog
  • Apply your own colour scheme and watermark to personalise reports

Analyse future opportunities

  • Get market intelligence that keeps you ahead of the rest
  • Monitor key markets to see where hiring hotspots are forming
  • Identify real opportunities by sector, location and role
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Accelerate your business growth

  • Enable your team to win more and better work, faster
  • Allocate your resources on the right priority areas
  • Target niche markets with the most potential

Why our clients choose us:

  • Established in 2006, with a track record of delivering value
  • Pricing structure which means you control your expenditure
  • Our insights into trends will help you be more client-centric
  • Our services will keep you ahead of the competition
Why does Client Intelligence Matter?

Ready to get started?

  • Determine what key businesses are recruiting for
  • Drill down by professional area, location and sector
  • Build your own bespoke report mapped against your business

 

News

Read our latest news and commentary on the UK labour market and recruitment industry.

Year in Review: UK Life Sciences Labour Market Trends, January 2024

Year in Review: UK Life Sciences Labour Market Trends, January 2024

Perhaps inevitably, the post-pandemic period has resulted in a hangover for the sector, as the combination of quantitative tightening leading to a slowdown in funding for emerging biotechnology firms, combined with the delays associated with getting new trials approved over the period, has meant that in recruitment terms, 2023 really was a slow year. Indeed, vacancies in 2023 were 42.6% lower than in 2022.

Reports

Download our reports, written with industry partners, that analyse the trends driving UK staffing.

Year in Review: UK Life Sciences Labour Market Trends, January 2024

Year in Review: UK Life Sciences Labour Market Trends, January 2024

Perhaps inevitably, the post-pandemic period has resulted in a hangover for the sector, as the combination of quantitative tightening leading to a slowdown in funding for emerging biotechnology firms, combined with the delays associated with getting new trials approved over the period, has meant that in recruitment terms, 2023 really was a slow year. Indeed, vacancies in 2023 were 42.6% lower than in 2022.

Year in Review: UK Insurance Labour Market Trends, January 2024

Year in Review: UK Insurance Labour Market Trends, January 2024

In a world of ever-increasing risk, specialist insurance services rise as businesses look to mitigate their exposure. Hence, for the industry, 2023 has proven to be a busy year, with the sector being one of the top performers across all industries in terms of year-on-year activity this past year. On that point specifically, we saw vacancies drop by 15.1% compared to 2022. That compares to an all-industry fall of 30%.

Year in Review Magazine: Technology & Transformation in the UK

Year in Review Magazine: Technology & Transformation in the UK

Every generation bears witness to a technological jump which has the capacity to change the way we work. For example, from the first generation of mobile phones in the 1980s, through to smart phones and mobile devices this has transformed the way we do business. Nonetheless, we have seen increasing numbers of jobs displaced as different technologies have achieved scale.