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Key jobseeker trends for 2019 by sector
Accounting and finance
The majority of CFOs said they planned to increase salaries for permanent staff over the coming year. According to 11% of employers, 20% of team members will be given a raise.
Base salaries have increased slightly—this is especially true for governance and risk roles. Graduates and juniors can expect a higher base salary as competition for new talent increases.
Technology professionals with experience in project management methodologies, public cloud expertise and business analysis are being offered the highest IT salaries.
Business and office support
London-based HR and business support professions are in such high demand that base salaries have risen. In the Midlands, salaries remain stable with only experienced professionals being offered a raise.
Marketing and creative
As marketing and communication programmes are tied more closely to the true impact of revenue growth and business development, so too are the remuneration and rewards for professionals in marketing and creative.