ONS | Higher pay the way to snare top talent

Higher pay the way to snare top talent

The UK’s job market continues to demonstrate its ‘robust’ nature as new statistics reveal that the unemployment rate has maintained a figure of 3.8% for February to April 2019.

According to the Office of National Statistics’ (ONS) labour market figures for June 2019, this figure is the lowest since October to December 1974.

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Comments (1)

  • Boris
    Wed, 12 Jun 2019 2:59pm BST
    This only covers private industry. For those of working in the Public sector we're still trying to find a way to get a pay rise. Years of austerity are forcing people to choose between more money in the private sector or staying in jobs and with companies they truly love working for. Higher pay may be the way to entice people into roles, but when your budget is set by the government and they've cut your funding year on year, it's not hard to see why people are leaving Public sector roles in their droves.

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