While the number of job opportunities for workers, some of whom might be looking for sales recruitment roles, dropped slightly last month - by two per cent - employer demand is still more prevalent than last year, the Job Index by Reed found.
The report also revealed that salaries for new jobs are still down around one per cent in real terms, which has been the case since December 2009.
Commenting on the index, Martin Warnes, managing director of the company, said economic recovery cannot be taken for granted, since the "sharp rise" in job creation which was seen at the beginning of the year has petered out.
"However, job creation is well ahead of last year," he said. "With high job competition keeping salaries flat this is a good time for employers to find the talented people they need."
Recent data from the Chartered Management Institute and Xpert HR revealed that there was better staff retention throughout the UK in the past year, with fewer workers resigning, retiring or being made redundant.
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