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More buoyant tone in Irish professional jobs market noted in Morgan McKinley survey, with vacancies up 19 p.c. in February 2012 on same time a year earlier Back
March 12th: A survey of employment activity in the professional sector (including financial services) is noted in the latest Employment Monitor published by recrutiment firm Morgan McKinley. The survey shows that year on year, job vacancies In Ireland at 8,462 in professional categories were up 19 per cent compared with the same month a year earlier, and more importantly, that an upward trend seen since September has been continued.
Further evidence of a more buoyant tone comes from job seekers themselves, where the survey shows that the number of job seekers registered in the survey was up 77 per cent between February 2011 and February 2012.

This increase also indicates a growing confidence amongst job seekers in the buoyancy of the employment market, but may also reflect job shedding. or impending job shedding, in the domestic financial services sector, in particular.

Commenting on specific trends within financial services, Morgan McKinley's Irish COO, Karen O'Flaherty said “The rise in professional jobseekers from February 2011 indicates a greater appetite from professionals considering job opportunities - both domestically and globally. Specifically professionals within the financial services sector become more active in the jobs market after year end bonus announcements".
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