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Labour Market Statistics – employment of older people sets new records

No news is good news in today’s jobs figures – with the employment, unemployment and economic inactivity rates all the same as in May, and earnings growth virtually identical.  And given that today’s figures cover the period February to April

Contributor: Unknown | Published: 21 June 2019

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Jobs to become extinct in ten years 

Today’s career chameleons are ditching the race to chase elusive job titles. Instead, they’re pursuing multiple income streams through part-time, freelance and casual roles to realise their passions, develop new skills and champion a more balanced way of working.

Contributor: Polina Montano | Published: 14 April 2019

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CX city – London’s global hub for customer experience leadership roles

The research was conducted by crawling more than 120,000 job listings from ten leading countries, retrieving senior customer experience job roles and analysing them. The research reveals that London, with 2,668 vacancies, has over five times (532 percent) more senior CX job opportunities than the average.

Contributor: Steph Heasman | Published: 7 April 2019

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Firms in hiring mode despite uncertainty and disruption

Kevin Ellis, chairman and senior partner of PwC, said: “Uncertainty is at the forefront of UK CEOs minds, but they know regardless of market conditions, there are always opportunities for growth. By investing in talent, technology and developing new business models, companies can adapt and innovate to thrive.

Contributor: Kevin Ellis | Published: 20 January 2019

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Brits reveal what their ideal job would look like

The survey of over 1,200 UK professionals, which sought to find out exactly what the average person wants when it comes to pay, benefits, working patterns and more, reveals that Brits are after the following from their job: Nearly four in 10 (39.8 percent) think a salary of £25,500 is reasonable.

Contributor: Lee Biggins | Published: 15 January 2019

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Never mind job for life, young gens want out in four and a half months

Young Brits insist there’s no such thing as a "job for life" in this day and age according to a new study by JOB TODAY, the number one hiring app in the UK. Researchers polled 2,000 people and discovered the average 16-29 year old expects to be in his or her current job for just four and a half months.

Contributor: Polina Montano | Published: 11 December 2018

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Santa needs 23,219 little helpers to cover Christmas

A new study from job search engine has revealed over 23,000 Christmas jobs are currently available in the UK. The findings reveal despite recent shop closures and Britain’s prevailing concern for the high street, the sector is still stocking up on extra help to assist with the Christmas rush.

Contributor: Andrew Hunter | Published: 3 December 2018

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Critical shortage of commercial drivers and only 13 percent of Brits would consider it

Most of Britons would not consider driving for a living. Although nearly two-thirds of Britons mostly feel happy behind the wheel and do not generally hold strongly negative views of professional driving, the survey showed that only 13 percent of them have ever considered driving professionally themselves.

Contributor: Debi Bell | Published: 2 December 2018

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UK cities where workers most likely hate their jobs

The leading job site conducted a survey of 1,100 workers, to find out how many people enjoyed their role and found that almost two thirds (63.2 percent) of those who dislike their job think about quitting every day. What’s more, the survey uncovered the areas across the UK where professionals disliked their jobs the most...

Contributor: Lee Biggins | Published: 20 November 2018

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Record vacancies concerns UK employers

Today’s labour market statistics published by the Office for National Statistics (ONS) show the number of vacancies at 845,000 for August to October 2018, the highest since comparable records began in 2001 - 44,000 more than for a year earlier and 14,000 more than for May to July 2018.

Contributor: Tom Hadley | Published: 17 November 2018