Scotland's jobs market remains weak despite uptick
THE number of people placed in permanent or temporary jobs in Scotland rose last month, but the market remains weak, the Bank of Scotland said today.
The lender’s latest Report on Jobs shows that the rate of growth was well below the average seen over the past two-and-a-half years of increasing placements.
While there was strong growth in demand for permanent staff, there was a continued drop in candidate availability, resulting in only a modest rise in permanent placements. Meanwhile, September saw a solid, albeit slower, rise in placements for temporary staff.
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