How are insurance claims vacancies faring in England and Wales? What is the impact across the insurance sectors? Which regions are experiencing upticks? Which firms are the busiest? Read our latest insurance sector trends report to discover more.

Written in partnership with Harrison Holgate, this report analyses the recruitment of insurance claims vacancies within the insurance sector in England and Wales. It provides a comparison of monthly and annual totals trends, a regional breakdown of recruitment, and the hiring activity of top firms.

To discover more insights and trends for the UK’s labour market, download the report now!

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