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2023 November Recruitment Outlook: Job Market Resilience

Thursday, December 7, 2023

The UK jobs market is notably resilient, particularly due to our use of temporary jobs. That’s what we’re seeing – employers managing their hiring needs by turning to temps, likely until there’s greater stability in the New Year.

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  • 2023 October Recruitment Outlook: Optimism and Growth

    Friday, November 10, 2023

    Amid concerns in the recruitment market due to broader economic trends, the most recent Report on Jobs from the REC presents an increasingly positive and cautiously optimistic outlook.

  • 2023 August Recruitment Outlook: A Broad Perspective

    Sunday, October 1, 2023

    Neil Carberry, REC Chief Executive, opened the latest REC Report on Jobs by stating, “The jobs market overall remains fairly robust, with vacancies and pay still rising and unemployment low.”

  • 2023 July Recruitment Outlook: Strong Hiring Activity

    Wednesday, September 6, 2023

    The latest Monetary Policy Report from the Bank of England reveals that the market is performing better than anticipated, and unemployment rates are projected to remain below 4% until the end of 2024.

  • 2023 June Recruitment Outlook: Confidence is Growing

    Thursday, July 13, 2023

    The latest data from the Recruitment and Employment Confederation (REC) and KPMG Report on Jobs shows positive signs of growth and increased confidence in the UK economy...

  • 2023 May Recruitment Outlook: Temps Bring Stability

    Thursday, July 13, 2023

    In a world of uncertain economic outlook, there is encouraging news in the wider jobs market.

  • 2023 April Recruitment Outlook: Resilient Market

    Saturday, April 22, 2023

    The latest KPMG and REC Report on Jobs indicates the UK jobs market is showing resilience and promise despite ongoing market challenges. Our latest report summary highlights some other valuable insights, including a record-high net flow out of economic inactivity, which is positive for the UK labour market, and a big push to get people back into the workplace.

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  • 2023 March Recruitment Outlook: Movement in the growth of demand for staff

    Monday, March 20, 2023

    Given the current economic uncertainty, it is understandable that some employers are being more cautious with their hiring plans. Despite this, we’ve seen a good deal of positivity for both employers and candidates in the current recruitment market. The level of job vacancies remains historically high, indicating that the demand for temporary hires will continue to be strong as we move towards the second quarter.

  • 2023 February Recruitment Outlook: Patterns and Differences

    Wednesday, February 22, 2023

    Despite the unfolding economic situation, there are excellent opportunities for both candidates and employers that represent a clear and bright forecast. We look at the most up-to-date information from the REC’s Report on Jobs to share why now remains an excellent time for candidates and employers.

  • 2023 January Recruitment Outlook: Demand for staff is strong and more manageable

    Sunday, January 22, 2023

    2023 is forecast to be an excellent year for both candidates and employers with shifts towards a ‘normalised’ recruitment market. We are still in a tight market with candidate numbers low and vacancy numbers high. It’s been a great time for candidates to find jobs and employers have been able to navigate the easing tight market towards the end of 2022 by seeking help from recruitment agencies to assist in retaining the best candidates...

  • 2023 November Recruitment Outlook: Recruitment Activity Slows

    Tuesday, November 22, 2022

    The end of 2022 is being characterised by rising inflation and interest rates in the UK, and undoubtedly, this will ultimately impact the jobs market. However, while there has been a dip in employer confidence, fundamentally the landscape remains positive for employers and candidates. We have been riding the post-pandemic recovery which was characterised by a record number of vacancies and exceptionally low unemployment, so there’s plenty of room for comfort.