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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...

11/10/2012

LONDON EMPLOYMENT MONITOR SEPTEMBER 2012 Financial services salaries rise in September 12, despite limited job availability The number of available financial services job opportunities in London decreased from August 12 to September 12 by 19% Compared to September 11 this was also a drop of 43% The...

11/09/2012

“Monitoring the pulse of the City jobs market for eight years” City jobs rise 5% in August 12, while job seekers fall to lowest level since January 2004 London Employment Monitor August 12 highlights: The Morgan McKinley London Employment Monitor showed a 5% month-on-month rise in financial...

21/07/2012

“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 job...

12/07/2012

Morgan McKinley has just released its latest Employment Monitor together with the results of its yearly Bonus Satisfaction Survey . Whilst city hiring is steadily on the increase with 17% more available jobs on the market since the last reported statistics from April 12, the Euro debt crisis...

12/06/2012

“Monitoring the pulse of the City jobs market for eight years” Continued economic issues affect financial services hiring as job opportunities fall 33% London Employment Monitor June 12 Highlights • The latest London Employment Monitor registered a 33% decrease in the number of financial services...

12/06/2012

Stuart Duncan – Operations Director, Morgan McKinley Accounting, Finance & Support Stuart Duncan joined Morgan McKinley in March 2011 as Associate Director taking responsibility for the development and growth of Morgan McKinley’s Home Counties offices in Crawley, Guildford, Hertford and Windsor...

08/05/2012

Morgan McKinley London Employment Monitor “Monitoring the pulse of the City jobs market for eight years” Financial services hiring and compensation exceeds expectations Bonus Satisfaction Survey Highlights Three quarters of financial services workers received a bonus for 2011/12 Of these, 70%...

01/05/2012

The Morgan McKinley London Employment Monitor has shown an increase in professional job opportunities across the London financial services sector in April 12. Job vacancies rose by 19%. Morgan McKinley London Employment Monitor “Monitoring the pulse of the City jobs market for eight years” April 12...

01/04/2012

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% Job availability from Q4 11 to Q1 12 rose by 4% The number of professionals entering the jobs market in March 12 was 18% lower than...

01/03/2012