Why recruiters don't suffer from the January blues

Why recruiters don't suffer from the January blues

As the UK embarks on the miserable trudge back to the office, met with pale, still-hungover colleagues who are just about surviving on the Nescafé, it’s a promising time for recruiters.

Research by Investors in People (IIP) has found that 47% of people plan to change job in 2018, with around 18% actively looking. According to data from global jobs website, Monster, the biggest day for job searches last year, was January 4.

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  • Heather
    Tue, 2 Jan 2018 12:58pm GMT
    I think most recruiters (especially those of us who've had a few years experience) see January as the time of growth and new beginnings. So I completely agree that although many people look to change jobs at the start of the year, recruitment consultants are not amongst that crowd. Instead we look to build our networks and relish the opportunities a new year brings.

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