As UK fintech vacancies reach all-time highs, what demand is there for IT specialists? Which regions are leading in recruitment, and which firms have increased their hiring levels of these professionals? Read our new report to find out.

Written in partnership with Robert Walters, this report delves deeper into hiring levels of IT professionals in the fintech industry in England and Wales. It first analyses the annual and monthly totals trends, breaks down vacancies by UK region, compares the IT and Non-IT vacancies within fintech, and observes the hiring activity of top firms.

Download the report to discover more insights and trends in IT recruitment!

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Accounting & Finance – UK Finance Labour Market Trends Report, March 2024

Accounting & Finance – UK Finance Labour Market Trends Report, March 2024

When examining recruitment activity in the capital, the signs are positive. Indeed, there has been a 24.6% increase in recruitment within Commerce & Industry in 2024 compared to the monthly average of 2023, with increases in retail, media, and technology. In contrast, regional activity has yet to experience such an upturn, with aggregate vacancies down by 5.4% so far this year and Commerce & Industry experiencing a 5.7% drop specifically.

Tax – UK Legal Labour Market Trends, March 2024

Tax – UK Legal Labour Market Trends, March 2024

February saw Law firms post more vacancies for tax lawyers nationally than any other month over the prior two years. Furthermore, we expect a surge of 32.5% by the end of 2024. Factoring the regionalization happening within the sector, where the regions retain 80.5% of the national share, there has also been a noticeable shift in 2024 to date, with hiring in London on the rise.

Golden Triangle – UK Life Sciences Labour Market Trends, March 2024

Golden Triangle – UK Life Sciences Labour Market Trends, March 2024

According to the latest Life Sciences Labour Market Trends report by CPL and market data analysts Vacancysoft, key recruitment trends show that in 2022, there were over 4,100 new scientific vacancies published in the ‘Golden Triangle’ (Cambridge, London and Oxford). This translates to a slight decrease from 2021, when there were over 4,500 jobs, resulting in a year-on-year fall of 9.1%.

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