Press Releases

“Monitoring the pulse of the City jobs market” City hiring maintains upward curve London Employment Monitor October 2014 highlights: Salaries increased by 18% on average for those securing new jobs in October 2014* Year-on-year figures show a 2% increase in City job opportunities Number of ...

10/11/2014

Monitoring the pulse of the City Jobs Market since 2004 London Employment Monitor September 2014 highlights: • Year-on-year figures show a 7% increase in City job opportunities • 25% year-on-year increase in number of professionals actively seeking a new role • 19% month-on-month increase in number...

09/10/2014

Monitoring the pulse of the City Jobs Market since 2004 Job availability in the City up 18% Active jobseekers in the City up 27% London Employment Monitor August 2014 highlights: • Year-on-year figures show an 18% increase in City job opportunities • Candidate numbers up 27% annually • Knock-on ...

08/09/2014

The research shows a modest difference between the sentiments of contractors and permanent staff, with 50% of the latter reporting that they feel productive when putting in over-time. Morgan McKinley surveyed over 200 contract staff working in the capital’s financial services sector, representing a...

01/09/2014

Monitoring the pulse of the City Jobs Market since 2004 Job 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 ...

11/08/2014

Work-life balance impacted as employees feel obliged to work long hours Nearly three-quarters (73.4%) of the professionals who responded to the Morgan McKinley Working Hours Survey 2014 say that they are working longer than the hours stipulated in their contracts. Hakan Enver, Operations Director, ...

04/08/2014

“Monitoring the pulse of the City Jobs Market” Job availability in the City up 15% month-on-month Active jobseekers in the City up 15% month-on-month London Employment Monitor June 2014 highlights: Job vacancies jumped 15% between May 2014 and June 2014 Year-on-year figures show 10% uplift in ...

14/07/2014

“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. ...

16/06/2014

Job availability in the City up 67% Active jobseekers in the City up 41% London Employment Monitor April 2014 highlights: There was a 67% uplift in financial services jobs in April 2014, compared to the same month last year. Seasonal factors resulted in a 3% drop in vacancies between March and ...

12/05/2014

“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...

10/03/2014