Employment Monitor

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 2013 In the permanent recruitment market, 33% anticipate salaries rising by up to 10% and in temporary/contract hiring, 28% ...

23/12/2012

London Employment Monitor August 12 highlights: The Morgan McKinley London Employment Monitor showed a 5% month-on-month rise in financial services job opportunities in August 12 Compared to the same month of last year, this was a drop of 34% in job availability The number of professionals looking ...

21/09/2012

Data from our latest London Employment Monitor shows that the London financial services jobs market remains steady. Whilst there is a 2% decrease in available financial services jobs this remains in line with the usual summer decline in available jobs witnessed in previous years. However the ...

14/08/2012

The Morgan McKinley London Employment Monitor recorded a 5% increase in job opportunities coming onto the market, rising from 2,583 in July 12 to reach 2,709 in August 12. However, compared to August 11, this was a decrease of 34% from 4,095.

10/08/2012

“Monitoring the pulse of the City jobs market for eight years” Hiring remains steady month-on-month in July 12, but still well below previous years London Employment Monitor July 12 Highlights • The Morgan McKinley London Employment Monitor registered a 2% decrease in available financial services ...

10/07/2012

The latest London Employment Monitor registered a 33% decrease in the number of financial services jobs newly available in the market from May 12 to June 12

11/06/2012

Financial services jobs decline by 8% in March 12 but rise overall from Q4 to Q1 12. Key highlights from the March 2012 monitor include: Job vacancies across London’s financial services sector fell by 8% from February 12 to March 12 Compared to the same month last year, this was a decline of 57% ...

03/05/2012