Over three quarters (77%) of City contractors work longer than their contracted hours, yet more than half (57%) believe they are productive in those extra hours, according to a new survey by leading professional services recruiter Morgan McKinley.
Monitoring the pulse of the City Jobs Market since 2004Job availability in the City up 10%Active jobseekers in the City up 40%London Employment Monitor July 2014 highlights: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
This latest data indicates City hiring is bouncing back following two consecutive months of contraction, which follows our prediction that the market would pick up once the holiday season was over. June saw a 15% leap in the number of roles available.
“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: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
“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: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