Permanent job appointments fall due to political uncertainty
The number of permanent job appointments dropped again last month as growth in the demand for staff fell to a ten year low due to political uncertainty heightened by the upcoming General Election.
November’s drop in permanent appointments stretched the length of the decline to nine months, the longest period of contraction since the financial crisis. However, while permanent placements fell in the south of England and the Midlands, they rose in London and the North.
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