Regional Focus with APSCo November 2020 – London

Regional Focus with APSCo November 2020 – London

The November 2020 London Regional Trends report shows that hiring levels are set to be down 32.6% year-on-year. The report also finds that vacancies in HR and marketing are the hardest hit, banking and IT the most resilient. And recruitment at Amazon and Deutsche Bank continues to grow, despite the pandemic.

Regional Focus with APSCo October 2020 – Southern England

Regional Focus with APSCo October 2020 – Southern England

While the impact of the first lockdown across Southern England is clearly visible – vacancies dropped by 73% in April and May, a quite spectacular collapse – by September the differential year-on-year was only 13%. In terms of professional vacancies, the areas hardest hit have been in Sales & Marketing, where in terms of the monthly average year-on-year, sales roles are down 53% and marketing positions have fallen 52%.

Regional Focus with APSCo September 2020 – Midlands

Regional Focus with APSCo September 2020 – Midlands

At the Midlands, even before Covid-19 there were already pressures on the regional economy caused by the UK’s departurefrom the EU, where consequently vacancies have dropped by 46% year-on-year. It is also worth to mention the West Midlands is faring better than the East with vacancy levels falling by 41% and 51% respectively.

Regional Trends Report July 2020 – National Trends

Regional Trends Report July 2020 – National Trends

While 2020 started with concerns over the impact of Brexit, the COVID-19 crisis very quickly took center stage. In terms of the impact this has had on labour market, it’s clear from the latest data that the pandemic has had an impact on the likes of which we have never experienced, with the effects still reverberating through the economy. With that in mind …

Regional Trends Report June 2020 – London

Regional Trends Report June 2020 – London

The impact of Covid-19 on the London labor market is still being felt, as businesses adapt to the new economic climate. So far this year we have seen a considerable decrease in vacancies, with volumes down by 36.9%, compared to 2019. However, it is worth highlighting that…