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Driverless cars to create hundreds of thousands of UK jobs, claims KPMG
  Driverless cars could create 320,000 jobs in the UK, with 25,000 in automotive manufacturing, according to a report by KPMG... read more ›
No high street retail chain has committed to Living Wage
No high street retail chains have signed up for the Living Wage, according to recent reports conducted by The Independent... read more ›
Paying a Living Wage will save a 'lost generation' says KPMG
The proportion of people living in households with an income below the Minimum Income Standard, (MIS), increased by almost a third between 2008/09 and 2012/13... read more ›
December saw recruitment accelerate
British firms hired permanent staff through recruitment companies at a faster rate in December, according to the latest study from the Recruitment and Employment Confederation (REC) and KPMG... read more ›
KPMG's record profits lead to hiring spree
KPMG has announced record-breaking revenues which is fuelling a hiring spree at the Big Four accounting firms... read more ›
Indeed shows regional differences in job listings
KPMG give staff a step up on to property ladder
The unaffordability of buying a house in London is an increasing problem for all but the high earners... read more ›
Britain's biggest jobs boom for more than 25 years
Unemployment in Britain has fallen by almost half a million over the past year, following the biggest jobs boom for more than 25 years... read more ›
Vacancies rise at fastest pace in 16 years
Demand for staff has risen at the fastest pace since 1998, according to a new report from KPMG and Recruitment & Employment Confederation... read more ›
Candidate shortages fuel strong pay growth
The inability of employers to attract the appropriate candidates for suitable positions in their organisations has led to an increase in pay growth... read more ›
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