Despite the uncertainty surrounding Brexit in the UK, wage growth beat economist expectations from Feb 19-April 19, according to a BBC Report. Wages rose 3.4% compared with the same period in 2018, after taking inflation into account this leaves a wage growth figure of 1.4%.
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Find out how working with Nolan Recruitment is different to working with other agencies. In the attached document we look at a recent case study with one of our key clients, Ticketer.Read Full Story
Unemployment in the UK has hit 3.9% which is the lowest since records began in 1975. Even if we look back to 2006, pre-recession we were looking at figures of 5.4%. So what does that mean for the Engineering Industry?
There is no doubt engineering is a vital part of the UK’s economy. 27% of UK enterprises are engineering related, employing 5.6 million people in the UK. Notably, every additional person employed through engineering activity is projected to create a further 1.74 jobs down the supply chain. There is currently an annual shortfall of 59000 engineering graduates and technicians to fill core engineering roles so the battle for talent is intensifying.Read Full Story