Real Estate – UK Labour Market Review 2020

Vacancysoft

This Vacancysoft report analyses the UK real estate and construction labour market through a national overview — followed by a sector breakdown, an analysis by profession and a comparison of the related recruitment activity of top firms. Key findings include:

  • Real estate vacancies across England and Wales are down 29% year-on-year
  • Professional roles in architecture were the hardest hit, falling 67% compared to 2019
  • Property sales, leasing and lettings roles remain the largest singular area, but are down 39.7%
  • Of the top 20 recruiters in the industry, 17 had negative year-on-year activity

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