How How are vacancies faring across the different sectors in London? What are the roles most in-demand? Which industries are experiencing uplifts? Which firms are the busiest? Read our latest report to discover more.​

Written in partnership with APSCo, this report analyses the recruitment of professionals from different sectors within London. It observes the annual and monthly totals trends, compares the busiest sectors, a breakdown of the most wanted roles, and the hiring activity of top firms.

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across London in 2022; download our report now!

Latest reports
Fintech – UK Finance Labour Market Trends Report, May 2024

Fintech – UK Finance Labour Market Trends Report, May 2024

VC funding into the technology industry is on the rise again, bringing relief to policymakers. In the UK, FinTech is a major beneficiary of this increased investment, which is directly translating into heightened recruitment activity. FinTech stands out as the best-performing segment within Financial Services this year. If the current pace of recruitment continues, the number of FinTech vacancies in 2024 will be 36.7% higher nationwide compared to last year.

SAP – UK Tech Labour Market Trends, April 2024

SAP – UK Tech Labour Market Trends, April 2024

Analysis shows that SAP vacancies are projected to decrease by 34.1% in 2024 compared to 2023 (comparatively, in the 2022 to 2023 data analysis, vacancies decreased by 2.1%). Similarly, regional SAP vacancies are on track for two consecutive years of decline. This trend decline in SAP hiring reflects the broader slowdown impacting the technology sector as it adapts to the transition to a more rigid financial discipline.

Banking – UK Legal Labour Market Trends, May 2024

Banking – UK Legal Labour Market Trends, May 2024

The surge in vacancies for banking lawyers during Q1 2024, observed both in law firms and banks, reflects significant industry dynamics. 137 vacancies were posted within law firms, marking the highest total since Q3 2022. Extrapolating from Q1, 2024 is projected to see a 35% increase compared to the previous year. Similarly, there was a 17.7% increase in legal vacancies within banks compared to Q4 2023.

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