As the market evolves, how are vacancies for underwriters faring in England and Wales? What is the impact of IT on underwriters? Which regions are experiencing upticks? Who out of the biggest insurers is leading the chase for new talent? Read our latest insurance sector trends report to discover more.

Written in partnership with Harrison Holgate, this report analyses the recruitment of underwriting and IT Professionals 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.

Key findings include:

  • Underwriting jobs are so far over twice 2020’s totals and already surpassing 2021’s
  • RSA Insurance Group is the busiest recruiter this year for underwriting jobs

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

 

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