Technology — UK Tech Labour Market Trends, June 2022

Technology — UK Tech Labour Market Trends, June 2022

COVID resulted in a surge in demand for digital transformation. How has this impacted IT management vacancies in the UK?Which sectors are hiring most prolifically, which regions are seeing the highest number of vacancies, and what roles are most in-demand in 2022 so...
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 2018 – Midlands

Regional Trends Report 2018 – Midlands

This investment into the region can also be seen in terms of increased vacancy activity, where year on year activity is up 21% in the East Midlands and 19% in the West Midlands. Other key trends include:

– Vacancies for IT professionals dominate, accounting for over 27% of all professional roles advertised;
– The largest area of hiring is within Consumer Goods and Services;
– There has been a significant increase in activity in the Public Sector and NFP.