New figures revealed as part of the latest Reed Job Index underlined that the number of fresh job listings posted across the country in October is up four per cent on September's corresponding statistic.
In further good reading for the current state of the UK's job market, the figure is up by eight per cent when compared to the number of job opportunities presented in the same period during 2011.
The latest statistic also means that, on average, the Reed Job Index has presented positive growth examples during every quarter of 2012.
James Reed, chairman of Reed Global, believes his company's research backs up the claim that the UK is beginning to emerge out of the double-dip recession.
"The figures are based on real vacancies from employers across the UK and represent a true picture of what's happening in the job market right now, which in turn provides an up-to-date and reliable measure of business confidence in the economy," he added.
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Posted by Wayne Bly
Source: Salespeak News