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Britain’s Permanent Jobs Rate Rises at Fastest Pace Since April 2011

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The number of Britons securing permanent staff placements has risen by the fastest pace since April 2011 which indicates that the UK’s labour market is starting to significantly recover.

According to a report by the Recruitment and Employment Confederation (Rec) and KPMG, the index measuring permanent job placements hit 57.6, as wages and employer confidence improved. The index is based on the responses from 400 job agencies and cites a number above 50 as an increase from the previous month.

The number of Britons securing permanent staff placements has risen by the fastest pace since April 2011 which indicates that the UK’s labour market is starting to significantly recover.

According to a report by the Recruitment and Employment Confederation (Rec) and KPMG, the index measuring permanent job placements hit 57.6, as wages and employer confidence improved. The index is based on the responses from 400 job agencies and cites a number above 50 as an increase from the previous month.

SOURCE: ibtimes.co.uk

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