Reed's latest Jobs Index, which analyses online job boards to track the number of opportunities in sales recruitment and other sectors, as well as the salaries on offer, rose three points last month to 107.
This is higher than the previous 2010 best of 105, set in February, with strongest demand for new jobs coming from employers in manufacturing and marketing, according to Reed.
Martin Warnes, managing director of the organisation, said the autumn witnessed "strong growth" in the jobs market, with demand also up in sectors such as banking, financial services and tourism.
"Although salaries continue to slip downwards as applicant levels reach record highs, the threat of an imminent economic double-dip certainly seems to be receding which is great news for jobseekers," he explained.
Meanwhile, according to the results of Aon Hewitt's 2010-2011 European Salary Increase Survey, the UK average salary is expected to rise by 2.5 per cent in 2010 and 2.7 per cent in 2011.
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Source: The Sales Engineer News