Employment Monitor

[Infographic] - Job availability in London's Financial Services during August 2014

Operations Professionals within Investment Banking Remuneration Special Edition, in collaboration with Emolument.com

Our August 2014 London Employment Monitor infographic includes an additional look at both the averages salaries and average bonuses for Operations professionals in Investment Banking in the City.

  • Year-on-year figures show an 18% increase in City job opportunities

  • Candidate numbers up 27% annually

  • Knock-on effects of holiday season see vacancies fall 14% and candidates dip 7% compared to July 2014

  • Salaries increased by 17% on average for those securing new jobs in August 2014

15/09/2014

[Infographic] - Job availability in London's Financial Services during July 2014

Internal Audit Remuneration Special Edition, in collaboration with Emolument.com

Our July 2014 London Employment Monitor infographic includes an additional look at both the averages salaries and average bonuses for Internal Audit professionals in the City.

  • Job vacancies jumped 10% between June 2014 and July 2014

  • Year-on-year figures show a 32% uplift in available roles  

  • Candidate numbers increased 40% month-on-month

  • Salaries were on average 20% higher for those securing new positions in July 2014 

19/08/2014

[Infographic] - Job availability in London's Financial Services during June 2014

IT Remuneration Special Edition, in collaboration with Emolument.com

Our June 2014 London Employment Monitor infographic includes an additional look at both the averages salaries and average bonuses for IT professionals in the City.

  • Job vacancies jumped 15% between May 2014 and June 2014

  • Year-on-year figures show 10% uplift in available roles  

  • Candidate numbers increased 15% month-on-month following two previous monthly falls

  • Salaries were on average 14% higher for those securing new positions in June 2014 

18/07/2014

[Infographic] - Job availability in London's Financial Services during May 2014
Our May 2014 London Employment Monitor infographic includes an additional look at both the averages salaries and average bonuses for accounting and finance professionals in the City.

  • There was a 15% uplift in financial services jobs in May 2014, compared to the same month last year.

  • Bank holidays led to a 17% decrease in job opportunities month-on-month.

  • The number of candidates actively seeking employment fell both month-on-month and year-on-year, at 32% and 11% respectively.

  • Salaries were on average 15% higher for those securing new positions in May 2014. 

27/06/2014

[Infographic] - Job availability in the City up 67%, April 2014
We are proud to present our April 2014 London Employment Monitor infographic.

  • There was a 67% uplift in financial services jobs in April 2014, compared to the same month last year.

  • Seasonal factors resulted in a 3% drop in vacancies between March and April 2014.

  • The number of candidates actively seeking employment dipped 23% between March and April 2014, again as a result of seasonal influences, while year-on-year job seekers increased by 41%.

  • Salaries were on average 21% higher for those securing new positions in April 2014. 

20/05/2014

[Infographic] - London Employment Monitor Bonuses Special, March 2014
Do you work in London's Financial Services community? Was your bonus what you expected?

This April we release our London Employment Monitor Bonuses Special in our first collaboration with online salary and bonus benchmarking specialist Emolument.com. Our infographic includes average bonuses, both cash and stock, received by professionals in London's Financial Services community.

  • Financial services job opportunities increased 10% from February 2014 to March 2014.

  • The number of candidates actively seeking employment was up 6% between February 2014 and March 2014. 

  • Financial services job opportunities increased 2% from March 2013 to March 2014

  • The number of candidates actively seeking employment was up 92% between March 2013 and March 2014

  • Salaries were 20% higher on average for those securing new positions in February.

24/04/2014

[Infographic] - Job availability in the City up 11%, February 2014
We are proud to present our February 2014 London Employment Monitor infographic.

  • Financial services job opportunities increased 11% from January 2014 to February 2014.

  • The number of candidates actively seeking employment was up 6% between January 2014 and February 2014.

  • Salaries were 15% higher on average for those securing new positions in February.

25/03/2014

[Infographic] - London Employment Monitor, January 2014
We are proud to present our January 2014 London Employment Monitor infographic.The Morgan McKinley London Employment Monitor infographic contains key trend data within the London Financial Services sector by tracking the number of new job vacancies, new candidates and the average percentage change between original and new salary offer for professionals securing new roles each month.
21/01/2014

[Infographic] - London Employment Monitor, December 2013
We are proud to present our December 2013 London Employment Monitor infographic.The Morgan McKinley London Employment Monitor infographic contains key trend data within the London Financial Services sector by tracking the number of new job vacancies, new candidates and the average percentage change between original and new salary offer for professionals securing new roles each month.
24/12/2013

[Infographic] - London Employment Monitor, November 2013
We are proud to present our November 2013 London Employment Monitor infographic.The Morgan McKinley London Employment Monitor infographic contains key trend data within the London Financial Services sector by tracking the number of new job vacancies, new candidates and the average percentage change between original and new salary offer for professionals securing new roles each month.
19/11/2013

[Infographic] - London Employment Monitor, October 2013
We are proud to present our October 2013 London Employment Monitor infographic.The Morgan McKinley London Employment Monitor infographic contains key trend data within the London Financial Services sector by tracking the number of new job vacancies, new candidates and the average percentage change between original and new salary offer for professionals securing new roles each month.
25/10/2013

[Infographic] - London Employment Monitor, September 2013
The Morgan McKinley London Employment Monitor infographic contains key trend data within the London Financial Services sector by tracking the number of new job vacancies, new candidates and the average percentage change between original and new salary offer for professionals securing new roles each month.
18/09/2013

[Infographic] - London Employment Monitor, August 2013
The Morgan McKinley London Employment Monitor infographic contains key trend data within the London Financial Services sector by tracking the number of new job vacancies, new candidates and the average percentage change between original and new salary offer for professionals securing new roles each month.
12/08/2013

[Infographic] - London Employment Monitor, July 2013
The Morgan McKinley London Employment Monitor infographic contains key trend data within the London Financial Services sector by tracking the number of new job vacancies, new candidates and the average percentage change between original and new salary offer for professionals securing new roles each month.
20/07/2013

[Infographic] - London Employment Monitor, June 2013
The Morgan McKinley London Employment Monitor infographic contains key trend data within the London Financial Services sector by tracking the number of new job vacancies, new candidates and the average percentage change between original and new salary offer for professionals securing new roles each month.
25/06/2013

Morgan McKinley London Employment Monitor - May 2013 
Job opportunities in London’s financial services sector rose from May 13 to April 13 by 20%. Compared to the same time last year, this was a drop in job opportunities of 59% compared to May 12. The number of job seekers entering the hiring market increased by 7% month-on-month in May 13
26/05/2013

Morgan McKinley London Employment Monitor - April 2013
Job opportunities  in London’s financial services sector fell month-on-month by 5% in April 13. There was also a drop of 22% compared to the same time in the previous year. The number of job seekers entering the hiring market in April 13 rose by 5% month-on-month
24/04/2013

Morgan McKinley London Employment Monitor - March 2013
The number of City jobs becoming available in Q1 13 rose by 25% compared to the previous quarter. Month-on-month, the number of financial services jobs fell in March 13 by 7%. This was a drop of 14% compared to job vacancies in March 12
12/03/2013

Morgan McKinley London Employment Monitor - February 2013
For the second month this year, the London Employment Monitor has registered an increase in City job vacancies.  February 13 saw a rise of 11% compared to January 13 - a more modest increase following the large spike in financial services jobs after the Christmas lull. 
12/02/2013

Morgan McKinley London Employment Monitor - January 2013
The London Employment Monitor registered a 76% increase in newly available financial services jobs from December 12 to January 13. Compared to January 12 however, there was a decrease of 18% in the number of new job vacancies.Professionals newly entering the jobs market in January 13 rose by 74% month-on-month.
12/01/2013

Morgan McKinley London Employment Monitor - December 2012
The London Employment Monitor registered a monthly decrease in job vacancies of 36% in December 12. Compared to December 11 this was a drop of 24% in newly available roles.The number of job seekers entering the hiring market fell from November 12 to December 12 by 25%.
23/12/2012

Morgan McKinley London Employment Monitor - August 2012
The Morgan McKinley London Employment Monitor recorded a 5% increase in job opportunities coming onto the market, rising from 2,583 in July 12 to reach 2,709 in August 12. However, compared to August 11, this was a decrease of 34% from 4,095.
10/08/2012

Morgan McKinley London Employment Monitor - July 2012
Morgan McKinley’s London Employment Monitor registered a 2% drop in the number of jobs available in the financial services hiring market from 2,630 in June 12 down to 2,583 July 12. This number compared to the 4,977 job vacancies in July 11 is a decrease of 48%.
10/07/2012

Morgan McKinley London Employment Monitor - June 2012
The London Employment Monitor registered a 33% month-on-month drop in the number of jobs available in June 12 across the city’s financial services sector, falling from 3,915 down to 2,630 – the lowest number of roles in the City’s jobs market since December 10
11/06/2012