All posts written by Ellie Green

Thriving job market in Nottingham – download the City CV

Job opportunities in Nottingham have soared, with a 59% increase in jobs advertised over the last two years, Totaljobs data reveals. Popular industries include Administration and Sales, which have seen job applications rise by a third. Overall, job applications have risen by a huge 70% since 2016. Nottingham has a strong history in terms of innovation, creativity and re-purposing its offering.
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Manchester’s job market is booming – download the City CV

The job market in key Northern cities is thriving, meaning there are multiple talent hotspots for UK workers to consider. Manchester is one such city, long heralded as a purposeful innovator within the North of England. Recent Totaljobs data has proved this, by shining a light on the most popular industries and overall jobs advertised and applications within Manchester. Totaljobs data.
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Attracting talent to the North

High employment within the UK means businesses are recruiting in an increasingly competitive, candidate-led market. Historically, top UK talent has appeared to gravitate towards the capital for work. However, the workforce is becoming increasingly mobile and with this, the North’s offering of career opportunities, lower living costs and strong work-life balance is becoming more apparent for businesses and jobseekers alike.
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Edinburgh and Glasgow see a spike in job opportunities

Job opportunities in Scottish cities have soared: Edinburgh has seen an 80% increase in job adverts over past two years; Glasgow has seen a rise of 52% Transport and Logistics and Customer Services are the most in-demand industries Totaljobs creates ‘City CV’ to bring to life benefits of Edinburgh and Glasgow for jobseekers Totaljobs research shows there has been 80% increase in jobs advertised in.
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Rising job opportunities in Northern cities

An increasingly mobile workforce across the UK means there is more opportunity than ever for employers based outside of London. Recruiters need not limit their candidate search to their local area – they can expand their talent pool by speaking to those potential candidates who are open to relocating. Key to attracting top talent from across the UK is a.
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£1 is worth almost 20% more in the North compared to London

There’s been a long-held assumption that those working in London get a “better deal” than those in the North. More job opportunities and higher pay are commonly associated with the capital. However, with large companies such as Channel 4 moving headquarters to the North, it’s clear the Northern Powerhouse is thriving. Totaljobs delved further into the differences between Londoners and.
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RADs Winners 2019

The hotly anticipated RAD Awards 2019 took place last night at Grosvenor House, London. And what a night it was! The evening is a great chance to catch up with people from across the industry, as well as celebrate the successes of the past year. We’re thrilled to sponsor the event and hope everyone who attended enjoyed the merriment of.
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January jobs rush: almost 1.3 million applications as candidates make their next career move

January 2019 is speeding by and jobseekers have been busy. We typically see a spike in activity on Totaljobs.com and Jobsite.co.uk at the start of each new year, and 2019 is no exception. Once people return back to work after the holidays, career goals are on the minds of many, meaning people are ready to get stuck into the job.
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Kickstarting 2019 with a new Totaljobs brand campaign: Get everything you need from a job

1st January 2019 marks not only the start of the New Year, but the launch of our latest advertising campaign, along with a refreshed brand positioning. The new multichannel campaign is our biggest to date, targeting 18-54-year-olds in the North of England between now and 31st March. It can be seen at home on TV and Video On Demand; out and.
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Totaljobs social care report: third party references

The below research is referenced in Totaljobs latest report, ‘Social care: how employers can future-proof an industry in need’: [1] Age UK, Later life in the United Kingdom 2019 [2] Centre for Workforce Intelligence, Forecasting the Adult Social Care Workforce to 2035, July 2016 [3] The measurement of value of goods and services, calculated by output minus consumption. [4] UK Parliament: Medical services.
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