Press Releases

Monitoring the pulse of the City Jobs Market since 2004 Job availability in the City up 18% Active jobseekers in the City up 27% London Employment Monitor August 2014 highlights:

08/09/2014

The research shows a modest difference between the sentiments of contractors and permanent staff, with 50% of the latter reporting that they feel productive when putting in over-time.

01/09/2014

Monitoring the pulse of the City Jobs Market since 2004 Job availability in the City up 10% Active jobseekers in the City up 40% London Employment Monitor July 2014 highlights:

11/08/2014

Work-life balance impacted as employees feel obliged to work long hours

04/08/2014

“Monitoring the pulse of the City Jobs Market” Job availability in the City up 15% month-on-month Active jobseekers in the City up 15% month-on-month London Employment Monitor June 2014 highlights:

14/07/2014

“Monitoring the pulse of the City Jobs Market” Job availability in the City up 15% year-on-year  Active jobseekers in the City down 11% year-on-year  London Employment Monitor May 2014 highlights:

16/06/2014

Job availability in the City up 67% Active jobseekers in the City up 41% London Employment Monitor April 2014 highlights:

12/05/2014

“Monitoring the pulse of the City jobs market” Job availability in the City up 11% Active jobseekers in the City up 6% London Employment Monitor February 2014 highlights:

10/03/2014

“Monitoring the pulse of the City jobs market” Job availability in the City up 86% Active jobseekers in the City up 98% London Employment Monitor January 2014 highlights:

12/02/2014

“Monitoring the pulse of the City jobs market” Job availability in the City up 51% year-on-year as 2013 drew to a close Active jobseekers in the City up 45% year-on-year London Employment Monitor December 2013 highlights:

27/12/2013