REVEALED: 20 hardest jobs recruiters will struggle to fill

REVEALED: 20 hardest jobs recruiters will struggle to fill

New research from job site Indeed has revealed that optometrist roles are the hardest to fill in the UK, with more than two thirds of job postings lying vacant for at least two months.

The study found that 68.79% of optometrist vacancies posted on Indeed over the past year remained unfilled for 60 days or more, while over half of solicitor’s roles remained vacant over the same period, and 46.32% of surgeon roles were left vacant.

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  • Zoek2018
    Thu, 7 Feb 2019 9:45am GMT

    Universities could possibly do more to help fill these high-skilled roles. If universities give grants to subsidise costs for students to study some of these degrees, more candidates may be inclined to apply for these roles.

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