Regional Trends Report – London

APSCo and Vacancysoft

March 2018

With London considered to be least impacted by leaving the EU, vacancies in the capital were up 15.6% year on year. Other key takeaways include:

  • A central plank of the London job market is the technology sector, which was up 12.8% on 2016, with major IT companies committing to expanding within the capital.
  • The immediate impact of the referendum can be seen through hiring for banking professionals, where the hiring freeze in the second half of 2016 meant that in 2017, vacancies rose by over 36%.
  • When analysing by hiring companies, three of the top five are banks, with Barclays specifically increasing activity year on year significantly.

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