Risk – Insurance, UK Labour Market Trends, April 2024

Risk – Insurance, UK Labour Market Trends, April 2024

Insurance companies face new risks due to economic volatility, higher interest rates, geopolitical uncertainty, and climate change. This has led to a rise in demand for risk professionals, with vacancies up by 11.4% in 2024 compared to last year. March 2024 had the highest number of risk vacancies in over a year, indicating a continuing trend.

Claims – Insurance, UK Labour Market Trends, March 2024

Claims – Insurance, UK Labour Market Trends, March 2024

Claims continue to grow, with recruitment within insurance firms persisting across all sectors. The escalating impact of climate change on the property sector is evidenced by a long-term increase in insurance claims payouts, surpassing those of a decade ago.

Change Management – Insurance, UK Labour Market Trends, September 2023

Change Management – Insurance, UK Labour Market Trends, September 2023

According to the 2023 forecast, (Non-IT) Change vacancies are poised for remarkable growth, with a projected increase of 9.2%. As a result, vacancies this year on track to hit record levels, with a forecast of 113 versus 103 last year according to the latest UK Labour Market Trends report by Harrison Holgate and labour market data analysts Vacancysoft.

Ireland Life Sciences Labour Market Trends, August 2023

Ireland Life Sciences Labour Market Trends, August 2023

As the markets have normalised post-pandemic, so the job flow has slowed for scientists. In contrast, engineering vacancies are on the rise, with an estimated 1577 openings in 2023, marking a 6.5% increase from 2022 according to Life Sciences specialist recruiters CPL, and labour market data analysts Vacancysoft.

London – Insurance, UK Labour Market Trends, July 2023

London – Insurance, UK Labour Market Trends, July 2023

As one of the largest insurance markets in the world, the UK industry is surpassed in size only by the U.S., China, and Japan, where London is at the heart of that. With that, since quantitative tightening was initiated last summer, nearly all other market segments have slowed down in the capital. Not with Insurance, with January 2023 hitting all-time record levels according to Insurance specialists Harrison Holgate, and labour market data analysts Vacancysoft.