2023 has seen a significant drop in accounting vacancies across financial services and commerce & industry. March marked the year’s peak in financial services with 532 vacancies, a 31% decrease from 2022, and the only increase was a 12% rise in November, according to the latest UK Finance Labour Market Trends report by Morgan McKinley and market data analysts Vacancysoft.
Looking at 2023, there has been a significant decline in hiring across the risk & compliance functions. Nonetheless, the real story emerging is how these functions are becoming an ever greater department within fintech, according to the latest UK Finance Labour Market trends report by Morgan McKinley and market data analysts Vacancysoft.
The transition from the post-pandemic strategy of emphasising rapid talent acquisition and growth to prioritising efficiency and client service has resulted in a significant drop in recruitment for tax specialists this year, with vacancies forecast to be 31.1% down on 2022 according to a recent report by recruitment specialists Morgan Mckinley and market data providers, Vacancysoft.
Looking back to 2019, the last pre-pandemic year, we observe a staggering 25% increase in marketing vacancies in 2023, with marketing constituting an 8.7% share of all professional vacancies in the sector, surpassing the 8.2% share observed in 2022. What this means is, not just is there a growth in marketing, but it is growing faster than almost any other area. This is according to the latest UK Finance Labour Market Trends report by Morgan Mckinley and market data analysts Vacancysoft.
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