The number of new financial jobs in England dropped 10.1% following the Brexit vote in June, as uncertainty over the UK’s future membership of the single market hurt job market confidence.
Finance vacancies fell in every region in July and August, according to the Institute for Public Policy Research, an influential think tank.
London saw a 13.6% drop in job adverts, including for administrators, managers, and chief executives.
“This is striking as it is the only year in the past four where this trend has occurred,” the IPPR said.
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