The Report on Jobs is unique in providing the most comprehensive guide to the UK labour market, drawing on original survey data provided by recruitment consultancies and employers to provide the first indication each month of labour market
trends.


The main findings for July are:

Permanent staff placements continued to rise in July, but the rate of growth eased further from April’s recent high to the
slowest in over two years. Similarly, temporary/contract staff billings increased at the least marked pace in 25 months.


The availability of staff for permanent roles fell further in July, with the rate of decline cheap cialis online accelerating to the sharpest since November 2014. Temporary/contract staff availability also decreased, although the rate of deterioration eased to the
slowest in five months.


Overall vacancy levels increased at the slowest rate in two years during July. Rates of expansion eased for both
permanent and temporary/contract staff. Although starting salaries for permanent hires continued to rise in July, the rate of increase moderated further from April’s recent peak to an 18-month low. However, temporary/contract staff pay growth quickened to the fastest since April.


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