How are vacancies faring in the South amidst the ongoing skills shortage and the salary war? Which regions are experiencing the biggest uplifts? Which industries and firms have increased their hiring levels of these professionals? Download our new report to find out.

Written in partnership with APSCo, this report reviews recruitment trends for jobs in the Southern regions of England. It compares the annual and monthly totals trends, observes the regions where recruitment is rising, breaks down the performance by industries, and analyses the hiring activity of the top firms.

To discover more labour market insights and the trends that drove recruitment

across the South in the first half of 2022; download our report now!

Latest reports
Medical Affairs – UK Life Sciences Labour Market Trends, April 2024

Medical Affairs – UK Life Sciences Labour Market Trends, April 2024

With the slump in the pharmaceutical sector set to continue, the long-awaited reforms to the MHRA have yet to materialise. As a result, drug approval in the UK lags behind the EU, further depressing the sector. 2023 seems to be the low point in that there has been an uptick in Q1 so far, and if this continues, it will increase by 9.1% this year compared to last. The recovery has been in London specifically, with volumes up 26.1% on last year.

Tax – UK Finance Labour Market Trends Report, April 2024

Tax – UK Finance Labour Market Trends Report, April 2024

The Government’s Spring 2024 budget has changed the shape of taxation in the UK for high net-worth individuals who are not UK-domiciled. The implications of this change are yet to be seen properly; therefore, when looking at the recruitment patterns, we are forecasting an increase in tax vacancies this year compared to last year’s 32% in London, and 46% regionally.

South West – UK Regional Labour Market Trends, April 2024

South West – UK Regional Labour Market Trends, April 2024

After the technical recession in 2023, which led to vacancies dropping in the region compared to 2022, we have seen a bounce back in Q1 so far, culminating in an uplift of 7.6% which compares favorably to the national figures (+5.4%.) As a result, the region now accounts for 6.7% of the national total in terms of vacancies, up from 5.8% in 2022.

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