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STRONGER GROWTH IN EMPLOYEE PLACEMENTS AS DEMAND FOR STAFF CONTINUES TO INCREASE

STRONGER GROWTH IN EMPLOYEE PLACEMENTS AS DEMAND FOR STAFF CONTINUES TO INCREASE

Aberdeen and Edinburgh see fastest rates of permanent and temporary appointments
Average salaries for permanent staff increase for first time in six months
Barometer above no-change level for first time in six months

Conditions within the Scottish labour market improved, in November, led by higher demand for employees according to the Bank of Scotland Report on Jobs. Consequently, the number of people placed into jobs in both the permanent and temporary sectors increased from October.

The Bank of Scotland Labour Market Barometer a composite indicator designed to provide a single figure snapshot of labour market conditions registered 50.9 in November, up from 48.4 in October. This was the first time the Barometer has posted above the 50.0 no-change level in six months and indicated a slight improvement in the health of the Scottish labour market.

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