Employment Monitor

City hiring market buoyant so far in 2013 For the second month this year, the London Employment Monitor has registered an increase in City job vacancies. February 13 saw a rise of 11% compared to January 13 - a more modest increase following the large spike in financial services jobs after the...

12/02/2013

London Employment Monitor January 13 highlights: The London Employment Monitor registered a 76% increase in newly available financial services jobs from December 12 to January 13 Compared to January 12 however, there was a decrease of 18% in the number of new job vacancies Professionals newly...

12/01/2013

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