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For those tech companies on a mission to find top software engineers, developers, data scientists or Board level executives right now, a lot of factors are in play that are making this extremely tough (something of an understatement).
If you already have recent, direct, experience of this you will have found job postings plus wider recruitment activities returning few suitable applicants; stiff competition for the attention of top flight candidates; salaries that are several levels beyond those being paid pre-Covid.
Here are some of the factors that have led to this:
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Employees are often faced with a dilemma when their skills are highly sought after - to take a new job offer and career challenge, or accept a counteroffer and stay put? Should I stay, or….
During the past year, interest in UK jobs from candidates based outside the EU has increased by 20%, according to a new survey by Indeed.
For the first time in seven years, UK based jobs advertised on Indeed.com are attracting a greater number of clicks from outside the EU than from EU countries.
Interest from the EU has seen only a slight increase of 1.3% since 2019. Overall, there has been a steady decline in EU interest since the 2016 Brexit referendum as EU citizens will face visa restrictions for the first time with the end of freedom of movement on December 31st.
Are you surprised by the current UK technology jobs market? Advertising plus wider recruitment activities returning very few applicants?
Challenging jobs market (Spring 2021).
For those tech companies on a mission to find top software engineers, developers, data scientists or Board level executives right now, a lot of factors are in play that are making this extremely tough (to put it mildly).
What is it that motivates the top talent to choose a tech startup over a myriad of alternatives?
These are the most common reasons tech candidates give to RWA: