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UK job market grows 21% year-on-year

06-01-2015
The number of jobs advertised in the UK has increased by 21% compared to the second quarter of 2014, according to the latest Robert Walters UK Jobs Index.
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City job vacancies continue to rise in April 2015

04-30-2015
As confidence in the UK economy grows, the number of jobs in the City continued to increase in April, up 3% compared to the same time last year.
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Businesses unprepared for employee shortages

04-15-2015
The new Robert Walters whitepaper highlights that many employers do not have a plan for hiring white collar staff in ‘talent short’ markets.
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Northern England sees biggest growth in jobs market

03-25-2015
The number of jobs advertised year-on-year in the North has increased by 28.1%, according to the Q1 Robert Walters UK Jobs Index
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80% of professionals expecting a pay rise in 2015

01-06-2015
With appraisal season underway, a new study shows that 78% of professionals are expecting a pay rise in 2015.
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Regional employers drive job growth

12-18-2014
London is lagging behind the regions in generating new job vacancies, according to fresh figures from the latest Robert Walters UK Jobs index.
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Half of banking professionals moving jobs

10-30-2014
46% of professionals in banking say they are likely to change jobs over the next six months, the latest research indicates.
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Working hours rise as recovery gains momentum

10-15-2014
The share of white collar staff working 40 or more hours a week has climbed to 84%, according to the Robert Walters Career Lifestyle Survey, with an increase in those working 50 or more hours a week, from 28% to 31%.