Perm placements fall for first time in four years

The number of people placed in permanent positions fell in June for the first time in almost four years, according to the latest Recruitment & Employment Confederation (REC)/Markit ‘Report on Jobs’.

Fri, 8 Jul 2016

The number of people placed in permanent positions fell in June for the first time in almost four years, according to the latest Recruitment & Employment Confederation (REC)/Markit ‘Report on Jobs’.

The report’s seasonally adjusted index, measuring perm placement activity among recruiters, posted a reading of 49.3 in June, down from 52.9...

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