Reasons to be cheerful in 2020

Recruitment business owners are looking forward to a better year in 2020 than 2019, according to the latest Recruitment Sector Barometer.

As more recruitment companies came in under their revenue target than hit it or exceeded it in Q4 (the first quarter this has ever happened since the Barometer began in 2016) the turn of the New Year saw renewed optimism among recruitment business owners.  

Among a raft of indicators predicting 2020 might turn out to be better than 2019, a year dominated by Brexit...

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