April Employment Monitor | Availability of professional job opportunities grows 2% in April
Number of professional job seekers rises by 6% compared to April 2015
- Professional job opportunities increased by nearly 2% in April, compared to March 2016. There was a decrease of 9% in in professional job opportunities compared to April a year ago. However, there is an overall balance and stability in the market.
- The number of professionals seeking new roles increased by 6% in April, compared to March 2016. This reduced by 8% compared to April 2015.
- In Financial Services, areas with continuing strong opportunity include Corporate Governance, Risk, Compliance, Financial and Business Analysis, Qualified Financial Advisory and Project Management.
- In Accountancy, there is strong demand for Audit and Taxation professionals, experienced consultants and newly qualified accountants.
- Growth in the general insurance market has led to a spike in demand for Chartered Insurance Professionals (CIPs) and experienced staff from commercial backgrounds.
- In general, the ICT, Pharma and Engineering sectors remain buoyant with very strong demand for candidates and ongoing competition for talent and skills availability.
- There is a strong and continuing requirement for candidates with language skills including German, Scandinavian languages, French, Dutch, Spanish and Italian.
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