Tax roles advertised online in 2016

Brewer Morris and Vacancysoft

February 2017

Key take aways:

  • The number of Tax roles advertised online in 2016 was slightly more than 10% lower than that of 2015.
  • The market for in-house staff saw an increase of 9%; however, demand from professional services firms was down by 10%.
  • Demand for International Tax accountants was up by 33%, with that function accounting for almost a tenth of all Tax vacancies.

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    It’s the last week of February, so it’s time for the last in our series of reports looking back at vacancies in 2016 and how they compared with the levels seen in 2015. Today we present the report co-produced with Brewer Morris, which covers Tax. What was the impact of the Brexit vote on the different roles and areas covered by the Tax umbrella? What effects did BEPS have? Did in-house activity outstrip that of professional services or vice versa? Was demand from London or the regions higher? And in which directions should we be expecting the market to move in 2017? All of that and more is in this report.

    Vacancysoft is the Data Publisher for the Recruitment Industry. We provide recruiters with daily lead lists that help to monitor their clients’ hiring and to identify companies struggling to hire.

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