Midlands – UK Regional Labour Market Trends, November 2023

Midlands – UK Regional Labour Market Trends, November 2023

In Q1 2023, the West Midlands, with 8794 vacancies, held the largest share in the region, yet it fell short of the lowest quarter in 2022 at 8860 vacancies, while the East Midlands peaked at 5310 jobs in Q1 2023, failing to surpass the total of 6601 vacancies in Q3 2022. This according to the latest UK National Labour Market Trends report by APSCo and labour market data analysts Vacancysoft.

South – UK Regional Labour Market Trends, October 2023

South – UK Regional Labour Market Trends, October 2023

Comparing the South’s professional vacancies to the National total, while England and Wales as a whole are predicted to see a decrease, the South as a region could increase its market share, potentially reaching 29.8% in 2023 according to APSCo and labour market data analysts Vacancysoft.

Midlands – Regional Labour Market Trends, September 2023

Midlands – Regional Labour Market Trends, September 2023

The outlook for the Midlands region, encompassing both west and east, is down on last year, with there being a significant decrease of -22.4%. Nonetheless, the West Midlands is poised to increase its share of the national job market from 6.7% in 2022 to 9.6% in 2023. This is according to the latest Regional Trends report with APSCo and Vacancysoft.

National – Regional Labour Market Trends, August 2023

National – Regional Labour Market Trends, August 2023

After a roller coaster period, with record numbers of vacancies in 2022, there are signs the market is now starting to normalise, where by most accounts, it is now stabilising at the levels seen in 2019, so before the pandemic according to a new report by APSCo, and labour market data analysts Vacancysoft.

London – Regional Labour Market Trends, July 2023

London – Regional Labour Market Trends, July 2023 London recruitment levels down 38.2% on last year Key findings include: There has been a 24% dip in vacancies in Q2 2023 YOY IT drops from 31.5% to 26.1% of all professional vacancies Financial Services has risen...