Brexit uncertainty overshadows the outlook for next year, but other key developments to watch are low real wage growth and employers’ ability to draw underemployed demographic groups into work.


EU jobseeker interest in British jobs has fallen

UK Employment Figures, January 2019: Employment and Pay Growth Defy Brexit Uncertainty

EU jobseeker interest in British jobs has fallen
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Employment rate rises to new record high and pay remains on an upward trend despite political headwinds


Pay growth continues but remains weak in real terms

UK Employment Figures, December 2018: Jobs Data Buoyant Despite Brexit Headwinds

Pay growth continues but remains weak in real terms
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ONS data reveals few surprises as employment rate repeats last April’s record high and pay continues to grow despite growing uncertainty


Technology has changed the role cover letters play in hiring

Needle in a Haystack: Finding Workers in Today’s Competitive Labour Market

Technology has changed the role cover letters play in hiring
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As employers compete harder for new hires, they are turning to traditionally underemployed demographic groups


As employment stalls pay growth accelerates

UK Employment Figures, November 2018: Pay Growth Accelerates as Unfilled Vacancies Hit a New High

As employment stalls pay growth accelerates
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Employment ticks up to a record high despite a fall in the number of EU workers


As Brexit Looms, Skilled Foreigners Power Digital Britain

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UK’s burgeoning technology sector propped up by highly-skilled foreign jobseekers


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