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Latest KPMG/REC survey sees starting salaries record a record rise in July
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The UK jobs market continued to power ahead in July, but employers are finding it increasingly difficult to hire the staff needed to fill vacancies, a report published Friday showed.
Both permanent staff appointments and temp billings rose at near-record rates, the KPMG/REC Report on Jobs showed, while growth in demand for staff hit a fresh series high as COVID-19 restrictions eased further and economic activity continued to pick up. The availability of workers continued to decline, however, with pandemic concerns, Brexit and general levels of strength in the jobs market all at play. The headline index reading slipped from June's record high, dipping to 69.3.
With vacancy levels high, starting salaries rose at a record pace in July, the report shows.