Tax – UK Finance Labour Trends, April 2023

Tax vacancies falling in 2022 as London publishes most UK jobs! Do you want to know which Big Four firms besides Ernst & Young were the busiest? —Discover everything in our new report with Morgan McKinley!

Written in partnership with Morgan McKinley, this report analyses the recruitment of tax professionals within different sectors in the UK. It observes the annual and monthly totals trends, compares the skills in demand, a regional breakdown of recruitment, and the hiring activity of top firms.

Key Findings:

1. The South East has taken the runner-spot achieving over 300 new vacancies!

2. Despite experiencing a drop compared to 2021, tax vacancies in London topped the table, publishing 1,4k+ jobs.

3. Tax professionals was the most sought-after skill in 2022, achieving 1,6k+ jobs!

This comprehensive report, created in partnership with Morgan McKinley, offers valuable insights into developments across the Financial Services, Accountancy, and Commerce and Industry sectors. While job flow remains buoyant, the war for talent continues to pose a significant challenge for recruiters. Corporate Tax remains a key hire target for almost all large accounting practices in London, but this is arguably the most difficult area to hire into in Practice as Corporate Tax professionals also have a multitude of in-house options open to them. But of course, our report offers even more insights into this competitive industry.

For a more in-depth look into UK Tax recruitment trends, download your copy of the report here:

 

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