Major Rush In Medical
Its well reported that the UK is beginning to emerge from recession which at its peak, left over two million people jobless across the UK. According to The Recruitment and Employment Confederation (REC) and KPMG Report on Jobs, permanent and temporary vacancies across most industries are increasing at a strong rate, reaching the highest levels for over two and a half years.
This trend is certainly true of the medical sector which is experiencing a major rush of jobs. Our site which specialises in finding jobs for healthcare professionals has experienced a 27 per cent rise in live and active jobs with 14,453 now available across nine different medical sectors, compared to 11,407 jobs in January 2009. In fact, Monday 11th January 2010 was the highest visit day for people searching for a medical vacancy.
Vicky Scott, Operations Manager at Jobs4Medical, said: "As the economy recovers, business budgets will be a top priority for 2010 and cost-effective forms of recruitment will remain an important consideration. As a result online jobs boards are able to provide the perfect outlet to cater to the specialised vacancies within the medical industry.
"With the enforcement of the EU working time directive last year, there are more vacancies available across the medical sector and an increase in candidates seeking the right role. Jobs4Medical, provides an up-to-date and tailored resource which ensures that only the highest calibre of candidates are put forward for the vacancies by matching their skills to the position they are applying for."