MORGAN McKINLEY LONDON EMPLOYMENT MONITOR - October 12“Monitoring the pulse of the City jobs market for eight years”City hiring rises at start of Q4 in line with previous years.The Morgan McKinley London Employment Monitor recorded an 11% monthly rise in job opportunities across the London financial services market in October 12Compared to October
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This month our London Employment Monitor highlights that jobs in the City fell by 19% from August 12 to September 12 – a larger drop than usual at this time of year. With this following a rise of 5%, it illustrates that hiring levels are still very unpredictable in financial services, but with a fall of 43% on September last year, it’s clear