Data published by Reed as part of its monthly Job Index shows that there are more opportunities for sales jobs and other roles than at any point since December 2009.
The Index now stands at 133, with employer demand for new staff a third higher than it was 23 months ago, and 20 per cent higher than the same point last year, building on the growth in demand registered in October's report.
The data shows that the rise in the number of new jobs available has been led by London, the south-east and the north-west, though more than half of the UK areas analysed by the Index have seen growth in jobs.
James Reed, chairman of Reed Global, noted that the increase employer demand has spread across a wide variety of private sector jobs.
"Newly available private sector jobs are at their highest level since the dark days which followed the last banking crisis. It certainly demonstrates that the underlying appetite for growth across the private sector is at a higher level than some commentators believe."
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