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Temping could provide graduates with jobs
Wednesday, 07 April 2010
Banking and Finance
Recent university leavers looking for graduate jobs in banking and finance may be interested to hear that employers are increasingly turning to temporary recruitment to bring in talent immediately.
According to the latest Badenoch & Clark Talent Spotlight, the firm has seen employers once again entering the market to try and find staff after long periods of recruitment freezes, and temps are bridging the gaps conveniently.
Neil Wilson, managing director at the firm, said: "Many are finding temp-to-perm arrangements a convenient way of bring in resource quickly while also taking a long-term view.
"Demand for professional staff in banking and financial services continues to grow as the sector races ahead to resource up. The pick up in banking and financial services recruitment is being reflected in the legal profession as well."
This news comes soon after it was suggested that one in three graduates had taken job seeker's allowance in the last year, but with temping on the rise this figure could be about to drop.