Regional Trends Report – London

APSCo and Vacancysoft

January 2017

Key trends include:

  • The overall picture shows the vacancies in London increased by 10% year on year; however, some sectors did significantly worse.
  • Demand from MNEs was almost flat, the increase in the number of new positions came from SMEs.
  • The Banking and Legal sectors saw falls of nearly one fifth in the number of vacancies; the Tech sector recorded strong growth.

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    January brings some uncertainty in the wake of certain political decisions and uncertainty can be a risk, but risk and opportunity are just two sides of the same coin: having the information you need to balance the two of them is key to success. Fortunately January also brings another of the reports we have co-produced with APSCo. This month we look at vacancies in London, a region which may be more significantly affected than most by future changes. Where have the hotspots been? Which sectors have been on the rise? Where will the opportunities be tomorrow? And where are the risks today?

    Vacancysoft is the Data Publisher for the Recruitment Industry. We provide recruiters with daily lead lists that help to monitor their clients’ hiring and to identify companies struggling to hire.

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