Job seekers in Cardiff will be delighted to know that the UK job market is continuing to flourish this spring, with positive growth witnessed in the weeks leading up to Britain’s supposed Brexit. In fact, according to the latest job market statistics from CV-Library, salaries for new jobs in Cardiff increased by 6.2% in March and job vacancies were up by 9% year-on-year.
The findings, which analysed job market performance in March and compared the findings with the previous year, also show that professionals in the city have certainly been making the most of the Brexit boom, with applications to new jobs in Cardiff increasing by 3.2% – the first year-on-year increase since April 2016.
Lee Biggins, founder and CEO of CV-Library, comments:
“These latest findings are truly a testament to the resilience of the job market in the Welsh capital. In response to uncertainty surrounding the outcome of Brexit, employers in Cardiff have increased their hiring efforts by pushing up salaries and job seekers have been listening. There’s no sign of this trend stopping, so if you’re looking to increase your earnings, there’s plenty of opportunity to do so – just be wary as there’s more competition!”
As well as this, the amount of candidates in Cardiff registering their CVs online with CV-Library has increased by 15.9% year-on-year, suggesting that more individuals in the city are starting to consider looking for jobs.
“If you’ve been considering looking for a new job, I’d recommend starting your search now, but be wary of increased competition. Vacancies are up across the country, so no matter where you are, there’s work to be found. Keep in mind that relocating is always a possibility – major cities like Cardiff have a lot to offer, so don’t miss out on any exciting opportunities which are on the cards!”