Life Science Report – 2017 in Review

Life Science Report – 2017 in Review

Key take-aways:

– Scientific vacancies in the sector were up 9.9% year on year.
– Overall, over 72% of all posted vacancies were located in South East, East and London regions, with Oxford had the fastest growth across the combined regions.
– R&D is now the single largest area of scientific hiring, with volumes up 19.6 year on year.

Regional Trends Report – 2017 Year in Review

Regional Trends Report – 2017 Year in Review

Key take-aways:

A significant increase in the number of professional vacancies, with a surge in activity happening towards the end of the year.

Whilst Greater London remains the stronghold for jobs in the UK, the biggest increase year on year was seen in the North East of England, could we finally be seeing the government investment in the Northern Powerhouse paying off?

TMT companies now have more professional vacancies than any other sector, with this only set to continue as investment into IT continues.

IT Report – 2017 Year In Review

IT Report – 2017 Year In Review

Key issues to reflect on include:

Theresa May recently described the technology sector as a “great British success story,” where the growth rate of IT jobs has been more than double that of others since 2011.

The UK has long been the primary beneficiary in Europe when it comes to private equity and venture capital investment, where 2017 was a record year for investment, with growth in the sector has been seen nationwide.

Another emerging trend is how IT vacancies are being created fastest outside of technology companies, with banking specifically recruiting the most aggressively.