The number of available jobs in London’s financial services sector jumped in the third quarter as confidence began to return to the capital.
Finance job vacancies rose 53 per cent in the three months to the end of September when compared to the previous quarter, according to recruitment agency Morgan McKinley.
For London workers changing jobs, the average increase in salary was 17 per cent.
The jobs boost came after job vacancies plunged 60 per cent at the height of the coronavirus lockdown in the second quarter.
But while the figures will spark hopes of renewed confidence, job availability remains 54 per cent below the levels recorded this time last year. Read more via CityAM