Vacancies in Wales recovered in 2021, but how are they faring so far in 2022? Which industries found a new lease of life, which firms increased recruitment, and what professions grew in demand in the last year? Read our new labour market trends report to find out.

Written in partnership with APSCo, this report presents labour market trends for Wales. It compares professional vacancies by profession and sector and provides a comparison of hiring levels by top firms.

Key findings include:

  • Vacancies in January 2022 reached record levels, with the year set for an all-time high
  • Real estate experienced a big surge in jobs, banking with fastest growth
  • Scientific vacancies grew the slowest in Wales in 2021
  • Demand for engineers has soared in the last 12 months

Download our report for more recruitment insights and trends across Wales.

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