While there is an ongoing skills shortage in the market, how are scientific vacancies faring in the UK in 2022? Which sectors are thriving, and what skills are the most in-demand? Which firms are the busiest hirers?
Written in partnership with CPL Life Sciences, this report reviews recruitment trends for scientific jobs in the UK’s life sciences industry. It observes the annual and monthly totals trends, examines in which sectors recruitment is rising, breaks down the skills in demand, and presents the hiring activity of the top firms.
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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.
After a roller coaster period, with record numbers of vacancies in 2022, there are signs the market is now starting to normalise, where by most accounts, it is now stabilising at the levels seen in 2019, so before the pandemic according to a new report by APSCo, and labour market data analysts Vacancysoft.