Vacancysoft In-house Law in IT Report

June 2019

For recruiters in the sector, the signs of brexit are starting to be seen. The uncertainty caused by the political situation in Q1 led to a collapse in vacancies in law firms, where overall, volumes were down almost 100% compared to Q4 2018.

As mentioned previously, wheras Legal vacancies have dropped significantly so far this year, within the TMT industry specifically, overall activity has held up.

Analysing in-house by region, we see that activity in London has surged, with vacancies up over 30% since 2018. What this has meant is that the new inhouse vacancies being created are being disproportionately so in London, where the share within the capital has increased from 72% to over 83% in Q1.

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