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It’s a great time to work in Fintech

“Fintech is in the midst of a golden age of investment and innovation” ** According to KPMG and CB Insights investments in fintech startups doubled between 2014 and 2015, to $14 billion.” * This has obviously caused a dramatic increase in competition for business as well as opportunity for jobs. We’ve noticed a surge in [Read More]

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How to deal with the skills shortage: Our Top Tips for Employers

It’s definitely a candidate’s market at the moment. The UK jobs market has reached a point where vacancies outnumber available talent and as a result, employers often need to take drastic steps to secure the very best individuals. Candidates know this and can afford to be selective over the roles they apply for. It’s an [Read More]

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Consultant in the Chair – Archana Ravalia Corporate Services

This week we hear from Archie (Archana) Ravalia who recruits within the Corporate Services division. Archie is a member of the Institute of Recruitment Professionals (IRP) and has over 10 years recruitment experience. How did you get into recruitment? I applied for a role in recruitment because of my sales background and also the fact [Read More]

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Recruitment Trends

Recruiting trends within the PR/ Comms sector

Recruitment, like every other industry, experiences changes and trends – we’ve all heard about people being asked at interview to tell a joke or dance, or seen press reports of audacious job seekers who take out an entire billboard advert in order to catch potential employers’ attention. Although these are extreme examples, it doesn’t hurt [Read More]

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Six secrets for success in the competitive graduate jobs market

With thousands of students about to complete their university courses in only a couple of months’ time, the graduate jobs market will again become saturated with people scrabbling to take that first step on the career ladder. It’s an extremely competitive environment where the average graduate could spend up to six months searching before finally [Read More]

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