25,000 More City Workers Wanted in the Great Job Glut
Boles, Tracey, The Evening Standard (London, England)
THE large number of flotations on the London stock market over recent months has helped fuel a surprise summer boom in demand for financial services staff.
Overall, 25,025 new permanent jobs were up for grabs throughout Britain's financial services industry in July, a leading recruitment company said today.
But the number of people applying for such jobs has failed to keep up with the demand. Across the country, applications dipped by 2.2%.
Latest figures from Joslin Rowe Associates show that the number of financial services jobs on offer in London - from bankers to traders, in-house lawyers, accountants and hedge fund managers - leapt 16.4% in July, …
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