In the organisation's new report, compiled following analysis of job vacancy trends from 8,000 recruiters across the UK, it was revealed that 2011 saw sustained growth in demand for new staff, compared to 2010.
Overall, year-on-year demand for staff rose by 17 per cent, with the number of career development opportunities rising significantly compared to the previous year.
Commenting on the data, Martin Warnes, managing director of Reed, said the annual increase in demand for new staff is "particularly striking" against the backdrop of economic turmoil of the last few months.
"The traditional seasonal drop in recruitment activity in December has had its impact against the two-year highs recorded in November, but the fact that the number of new job vacancies on offer remains 17 per cent higher than 12 months ago is significant," he explained.
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Origin: Salespeak News