Morgan McKinley London Employment Monitor for April 2018.
London Employment Monitor February 2018 highlights:
The second quarter of 2017 got off to a sinking start.
Pessimistic about the overall jobs trend in the current climate.
With an 81% increase in jobs available and an 83% increase in professionals seeking jobs, the supply and demand of jobs and professionals is a balanced and welcome start to the new year.
December 2016 offered a more promising employment climate than its 2015 counterpart, but thanks to a year marked by political upheaval and economic volatility, a record amount of City professionals put off job seeking until 2017.
'The first post-Brexit year-on-year increase in jobs that we’ve seen'.
A third of City workers reckon say their employers might be planning to relocate after the Brexit vote, a new study has found.
8,400 new jobs available on the market in September.
Morgan McKinley London Employment Monitor