Recruitment sector good career option for perks

Thinking of changing jobs this New Year? Well, the good news is recruitment is in the top sector for workplace perks.

Research conducted by careers site CV-Library reveals more than half of recruiters (51%) receive workplace perks – that’s higher than any other industry.

Topping the list of perks are free fitness facilities/classes (23.1%), flexible working (16%) and staff discounts (15.4%).

There’s also good news for those working in design, education and accounting – ranked as the top sectors for work-life balance, training opportunities and low stress environments respectively.

Why not head over to Recruiter’s job site to see some of the top jobs the sector has to offer if you’re considering your next career move?

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