The Insurance Sector: Vacancies in London

Oliver James Associates and Vacancysoft

March 2017

Key findings include:

  • Total Insurance vacancies in Greater London increased by 16.7% in the 12-month period ended 31 January 2017 as compared to the previous 12-month period.
  • The ten largest firms advertised 63% of all vacancies in the period under review.
  • There may be indications that the market is cooling somewhat: vacancies in January 2017 were 6.7% lower than the figure for January 2016.

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The March edition of the series of reports Vacancysoft co-produces with  Oliver James Associates focuses on insurance industry vacancies in the Greater London region. Despite having significantly higher costs in terms of both rents and salaries, London still dominates the UK’s insurance industry: last year it accounted for 42% of all insurance vacancies in England and Wales. The question is to what extent will that continue in the post-Brexit future? What effects might Brexit have on the industry? Which professions, and which specialisms in those professions, did best over the last 24 months? Which companies had the largest numbers of vacancies, and which had the fastest growth? What is driving growth in vacancies? All of that and more is covered by this report, get your copy today by filling in the form above.

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