Market Insights 2018 | North West

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The North West 2018 Market Insight Report covers the following areas (click to view salaries):

Executive & Interim

2017 was an extremely busy year in the executive and interim space in the North West. Specialist knowledge and experience were sought after and we noted an increase in demand for change, transformation and commercial roles across all sectors.

Commerce & Industry

Last year was a very positive year for job opportunities in the North West. We saw an increase in job flow and activity remained high throughout the year, with this year showing no sign of a slowdown. While this is extremely positive and bodes well for the economic prospects in the North West, it inevitably results in a candidate shortage and inflation in salaries and benefits.

Specialist Markets

The practice market in the North West remains strong this year with the majority of firms hiring across all levels. While salaries and benefits are consistently on the up, candidates are finding themselves with multiple options and are in the driving seat, particularly at qualified level and above. There is high demand for qualified audit and tax seniors and with this brings increases to salaries and bonus incentives to attract quality professionals.

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