London Employment Monitor February 13 highlights:In February 13, the London Employment Monitor registered a 11% increase month-on-month in job availability across the financial services sectorCompared to the same month last year there was a drop of 15% in newly available vacancieThe number of professionals entering the hiring market in February 13
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We have released our Financial Services 2013 Salary Survey this morning amidst some further downbeat news of the financial services sector from the CBI and PwC.Against a backdrop of expectations that there will be fewer financial services jobs created this year, according to the CBI/PwC report we have surveyed over 500 financial services
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London financial services sector starts the year with a significant rise in job availabilityThe London Employment Monitor registered a 76% increase in newly available financial services jobs from December 12 to January 13Compared to January 12 however, there was a decrease of 18% in the number of new job vacanciesProfessionals newly entering the
2013 Salary Survey key highlights include:57% of professionals expect base salaries to stay the same, while 67% think that temporary/contractor rates will remain the same in 2013In the permanent recruitment market, 33% anticipate salaries rising by up to 10% and in temporary/contract hiring, 28% expect rates to rise by the same amountAttracting