Businesses may be eyeing economic recovery with caution, but key finance staff will continue to earn competitive salaries.
KPMG has upped its graduate intake for this year from 600 to 760 on the back of ‘signs of improvement in the marketplace’.
The banking scandals of recent times seem to have taken their toll with the finance sector now seen as the least enticing career option for graduates.
Nearly half of all UK accountancy professionals will look for a new role in the coming months – but over a third said they would consider a 10% pay cut for the right job.
CEOs remain cautious with their investments but 42% are planning increased headcount this year.
Job offers in the financial services sector were down 38% in 2009 on the previous year, according to figures from pre-employment screening firm Powerchex.
Malcolm Finney of Management Dynamics looks at the ground rules for getting an interview with a prospective employer.
Andrew Clark explains why a squeeze on public spending could be a mixed blessing for finance jobs.
Richard Doherty outlines how firms can leverage new technologies and processes to attract and retain top talent.
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