Confirming Jenrick Engineering's own statistics regarding the continued growth of the Engineering employment market, Eureka (Engineering Design Website / Journal) just released the following report:
"Demand for new engineers has bucked national downwards trends by rising month-on-month in September as well as year-on-year. Engineering jobs on the upNew figures released today show the number of new UK engineering jobs on offer has risen five times faster year-on-year than the all-sector average, according to figures from the Reed Job Index. The study revealed that year-on-year demand for new engineers is 88% higher now than in September 2010, compared to a rise of 16% across all other sectors. The latest figures also show that salaries on offer for new engineers remain stable. Their managing director, Martin Warnes said: "Demand for new engineers continues to rise, bucking the trend which has seen overall job demand slip back in other areas at the moment. "This could be a sign of the much-sought re-balancing of the UK economy towards industry and high quality production. Employers are confident enough to invest in the recruitment of new engineering staff, which is a leading indicator of potential future growth in the sector."
Further Information: If you are an engineering professional and would like to discuss career advancement opportunities, or an engineering company seeking contractors or permanent staff, please contact the Jenrick Engineering Recruitment Team at Crick, Northampton and Burton on Trent for immediate advice:
- Crick - 01788 824 555
- Burton - 01283 548 121
Article source: Eureka