LONDON – The number of new available jobs listed in the the UK’s financial centre fell 15% in April year-on-year to 6,855, according to a survey by Morgan McKinley.
The number of people seeking jobs also dropped by a huge 49% from April 2016, while month-on-month the number of fresh open positions decreased by 16%.
Those who did find new jobs in April got an average of a 17% pay rise.
In July, the month after the June Brexit vote, the survey reported that the number of new City jobs plunged 27% while the number of people seeking them dropped 13%.
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