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A level playing field?

It's hard to establish just how the amended parental leave legislation will change the workplace, but it will have ...

Renewed growth in Insurance sector

As UK employment rises to a new record high there are just over 30 million people now in jobs, the highest since re...

Housing market drives job growth

The recent rise in the quest for home ownership here in the UK can only have a positive effect on job opportunities...

Confidence and job growth in London

The UK's latest employment figures published this month (May) saw unemployment levels fall by 133,000 to 2.2 millio...

Financial services boom in the North

The insurance and financial services market in the North of England has seen a surge of recruitment

An independent Scotland's impact

We take a look at the effect a vote for independence for Scotland would have on the financial services market.

More Insurance vacancies in the UK

The UK market has seen a significant increase in the number of Insurance vacancies over the past five years

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Vacancy growth in UK investment sector

Vacancy growth in UK investment sector

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De-risking Business Data

De-risking Business Data

We look at the key considerations when assessing the looming impact of the new EU Data Protection laws.

Encouraging signs of expansion for South East insurance market

Encouraging signs of expansion for South East insurance market

The general insurance market is showing encouraging signs of expansion in the South East region as economic conditi...

Insurance on the South Coast

Insurance on the South Coast

The market is looking up on the South Coast, as businesses across the board benefit from the economic recovery. Increased fluidity in the market means more opportunities for candidates and employers, as we find out.

Employed vs. Self-employed

Employed vs. Self-employed

Flexibility and control versus security and support. That is the question many financial advisors have to ask themselves when deciding whether to take an employed position or go it alone. We look at the pros and cons of each.


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