Vacancies in the UK’s architectural practices are on the rebound after suffering a big setback during the first year of the pandemic — however, they are yet to reach the recruitment levels seen in 2019, according to a new report.
New jobs in architectural practices took a real hit in the first year of the pandemic, with numbers of vacancies falling more than most other sectors. How did they fare in 2021, and what does the future hold for recruitment levels? Download our report to find out.
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