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The UK has Europes most mature and dynamic online job market

The UK has Europes most mature and dynamic online job market
 
The UK is the European country with the most online vacancies per worker, with a number 6 times higher than Spain, double the vacancies than France and nearly three times as many jobs as Italy. The UK has 26 jobs per thousand workers, while France has 12, Italy 10 and Spain 4. In terms of growth, its the country with the second highest increase in the number of jobs posted online, after France.
 
The United Kingdom is the European country with the most mature and dynamic online job market. Even for mid-level or high-level professions, the Internet is often recruiters first choice when it comes to finding a suitable candidate, something that is not replicated in other European countries such as Italy. For example, in the first four months of 2010 the top four vacancies on offer were for team managers, sales, developers and technical support.
In the first four months of 2010 the number of vacancies published on the Internet increased around 10% month-on-month. The market experienced an increase of 7% from January to February, with an added increase of 10% between February and March. From March to April, the number of vacancies increased by 15%.
 
London centralizes around 60% of the job vacancies in the UK - in April the number of vacancies in London was ten times higher than in the second city with most offers, Manchester. The cities that complete the top five with the most vacancies on offer are Birmingham, Liverpool and Leeds. The growth in London is an indicator of growth in the rest of the country. The growth trend, however, is not reflected in the number of offers in Leeds and Liverpool, where the number of online vacancies has decreased from February onwards.
Trovit, the leading search engine for classifieds in Europe, has a large volume of vacancies from the most important job boards and portals in eleven European countries, which allows it to compare between the different markets.

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