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Life Sciences – BI/Big Data Report

Life Sciences – BI/Big Data Report

– Business Analysts remain the most heavily recruited role, however, year on year activity grew only by 8.9%.
– The UK holds the majority of vacancies with 27% of the total.
– Roche remain the biggest recruiter with year on year activity up by 23.3%.

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Insurance Sector Report – Actuary

Insurance Sector Report – Actuary

When analysing the volumes as a function of all vacancies being posted, we see the variance as being between 1.5-4.5%, where November 2018 especially registered a peak in activity for the past two years.

Within the insurance sector, Aviva were the largest recruiters, with volumes up 16%.

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Property Law Sector – Report

Property Law Sector – Report

Within the banks, we see activity in 2017 holding steady through the year and only dipping in Q4, where it then picked up again in 2018, but has been in decline as the year progressed, with Q4 2018 at a 2 year low. In terms of the legal vacancies within the banks we see a similar pattern, where recruitment activity ended up being in decline in 2018 also, mirroring the trend seen in the wider corporate governance roles.

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Fortnightly we publish analysis on market trends and hot jobs.
Our analysis incorporates our proprietary data, along with drawing on wider
market information to help people analyse the opportunities at their finger tips.

Hot Jobs April 2019 – Healthcare

Hot Jobs April 2019 – Healthcare

  Every day we provide our clients with data about thousands of vacancies across the UK. Data feeds are tailored to the requirements of each individual client, thus giving you the information which is most relevant to your specific needs. Below is a fortnightly report...

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Hot Jobs February 2019 – Financial Services

Hot Jobs February 2019 – Financial Services

  Every day we provide our clients with data about thousands of vacancies across the UK. Data feeds are tailored to the requirements of each individual client, thus giving you the information which is most relevant to your specific needs. Below is a fortnightly report...

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PLC Fact Sheet- State of the PLC’s

PLC Fact Sheet- State of the PLC’s

  When analysing the state of the recruitment industry, spotlighting the performance of the PLC’s can be a useful indicator as to the wider health of the sector. With this, we reviewed the recruiters that appear on the London Stock Exchange, comparing their most...

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James Chaplin, CEO of Vacancysoft, providing insight into business and operations.

Why a no deal Brexit would be the real betrayal

Why a no deal Brexit would be the real betrayal

  It is fair to say, democracy can only function if the result is respected. With that, despite the many reasons why the UK would be better served by remaining in the EU, the democratic principle trumps everything. There may well be good logical reasons for a second...

The final days of May

The final days of May

  For many who just want the politicians to ‘get on with Brexit,’ it is inexcusable that the UK has not left already. Farage has now gone live with the ‘Brexit Party,’ which has as its sole focus to hold the Establishment to account and ensure the UK leaves the EU, no...

Brexit – the final countdown?

Brexit – the final countdown?

  With the EU summit resulting in another extension, this time until October, the question is, will this be the final extension and what happens now? For Theresa May there will be an immense relief that another extension has been agreed and that the French, despite...

How much would you pay for a silver bullet?

How much would you pay for a silver bullet?

Author: Warren Kemp The recruitment industry first started in 1873: John Gabbitas opened up his education recruitment business three years before the telephone was invented. The recruitment sector now has more people employed in it than ever before. So why is it not a...

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