London Employment Monitor July 2015 highlights:Decrease of 16% in available jobs month-on-monthYear-on-year figures for available jobs showed a 17% increaseJobs seekers increased month-on-month by 27%Salaries increased by 22% on average for those securing news jobs in July 2015 Holiday season"As expected, the summer holiday season has had a
Monitoring the pulse of the City jobs market for ten years, this edition also looks at salaries and bonuses for IT professionals, including software developers and senior management, within financial services.
The upcoming UK elections were the main theme throughout April. Despite jitters within the financial sector about the possible negative effects of a hung parliament, the actual impact on hiring was negligible. - Hakan Enver, Operations Director.
“The majority in the City are clearly in favour of maintaining a relationship with our European counterparts. This is purely from a business perspective provided that the UK has more power and more autonomy running their businesses. Therefore, not necessarily completely dictated by those from abroad.” - Hakan Enver, Operations Director at Morgan