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City salaries to continue to soar

Gap between supply and demand still pushing earnings in financial services

The gap between the supply of good candidates and demand is continuing to
drive city salaries, according to city recruiters
Morgan McKinley.

56% of financial services institutions said that it is more difficult or
significantly more difficult to find good candidates than a year ago.

Salaries are expected to increase by 6-10% over the year, according to 69% of
employers.

Further Reading;

Morgan McKinley website

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