Job vacancies continued to rise in September, although the rate of growth eased further, meaning overall demand for staff has been increasing for 22 consecutive months.
The availability of permanent candidates improved for an eighth successive month in September, and at the sharpest rate since December 2009, while growth of short-term staff availability picked up to a seven-month high.
Demand for both permanent and temporary workers continued to rise, though to sustain this increase it is important that the recruitment industry is backed by the government, said REC chief executive Kevin Green.
"We are also calling on the Bank of England Monetary Policy Committee to resume quantitative easing when it meets this week as the economy now needs all the help it can get to kick start growth," he added.
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