Regional Trends Report – Greater London

APSCo and Vacancysoft

June 2017

Key trends include:

  • The number of vacancies across all industries in Greater London in the 12-month period ended 31 May 2017 was 3.4% lower than in the previous 12-month period.
  • The three months from March to May 2017 saw a 10.0% rise in vacancy volume compared to the previous three-month period and 2.6% more than the corresponding period in 2016.
  • April 2017 had 23.5% fewer new openings than March 2017, which was by some margin the largest month-to-month fall in the period under review, and 8.7% fewer than April 2016.
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This month the series of reports on regional employment markets which we are proud to co-produce with APSCo focuses on Greater London. With the political uncertainty following the Brexit vote and the triggering of Article 50 having recently been added to by the inconclusive general election, how has the job market in the nation’s capital changed over the last 24 months? How do vacancy volumes over the last 12 months compare to those seen in the previous 12-month period? Which industries in the capital had years to remember and which had years to forget? Which sectors are especially hot or particularly cold? Demand for which professions was highest? And which staff were harder to place? Which companies saw the best growth in vacancies? The answers to all of those questions and more can be found in this report.

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