Recruitment Outlook – March 2021

4 weeks ago

The latest recruitment news, stats and trends have arrived!

Check out the report to see how recruitment in your organisation compares to what’s currently happening in other businesses across the UK.

What’s in this month’s edition…

  • The number of employers using agencies to find permanent staff increased by 8% on last year
  • Heightened levels of concern around construction worker shortage
  • The number of job posted in March 2021 was 179% above the 2020 monthly average
  • The number of job applications in March 2021 was 137% above the 2020 monthly average
  • The most job adverts were posted on a Friday
  • Most job applications were made on a Wednesday

Recruitment Outlook March 2021 by Sammy Hough


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