“If the eventual result is a vote to remain, then I would definitely expect a pickup in job numbers in the short term. The caveat being that in recent years, quarter 3 has been subdued in regards to jobs due to it being the summer period.”
“It certainly felt like a uninspiring month. The market was volatile and it was tough on organisations. Hiring was restricted and organisations were slow to release jobs. So the numbers were somewhat comforting and perhaps there is light at the end of the tunnel.”
In April, the UN conducted two hour long interviews on a live public stream to decide who will be their next Secretary General. This election has aroused discussion around a popular modern topic; diversity and equality.
While Q1 this year started slowly, the beginning of Q2 has seen some positive signs of increased stability. Across the board, we’ve seen a slow but steady increase in live jobs, and some of the roles that have been under lengthy sign-off processes have begun to come through.