The Insurance Sector: 2016 in Review

Oliver James Associates and Vacancysoft

February 2017

Key findings include:

  • In 2016 there were 11% more vacancies in the Insurance sector in England & Wales than there were in 2015.
  • Twenty percent of the vacancies last year were for more skilled or senior staff, a rise from 17% in 2015.
  • Companies with more than 5,000 employees had more than 20% more vacancies year on year; smaller companies had 3% fewer.

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    The second of this week’s reports reviewing 2016 is about one of the best performing sectors, the Insurance sector, and for it we’ve had the pleasure of partnering with Oliver James Associates. While other recruiters in the UK saw varying amounts of doom, gloom and woe, recruiters specialising in the Insurance sector had the pleasure of a market that saw double-digit growth in the number of vacancies there. But which were the specialisms where the growth was biggest? What kind of companies announces most new openings? Which regions in the UK were best to focus on? All of that and more is covered by this report.

    Vacancysoft is the Data Publisher for the Recruitment Industry. We provide recruiters with daily lead lists that help to monitor their clients’ hiring and to identify companies struggling to hire.

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