Richard Draper, managing director of Rees Draper Wright, told the Financial Times that many people left the industry but found that the pay was lower in other sectors and the jobs were not necessarily more stable, so many are now looking to return.
According to Phil Sheridan, UK managing director at Robert Half, many consultants remained in the sector, however, as they felt valued and challenged and were therefore less likely to pursue other career opportunities.
"Good candidates will always find a home and the consulting sector is as attractive now as it has ever been. It is an interesting time," he told the news provider.
It comes after Andy Dickson, head of global sales at Impact International, recently said that in the present economic climate it is vital that companies measure the cost of taking on new staff, such as sales recruitment candidates, against the financial benefits they can provide.
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Source: The Sales Director News