Gross profits leaped by 33% for recruiter Michael Page, with stable market
conditions across UK, continental Europe and North America.
Profits for Q3 were £112.7m, with September’s performance the best month of
The UK, representing 29% of the group, saw profits of £33m – a 20.9% increase
on the previous year and up 2.4% on Q2.
“In the UK, Continental Europe and North America, where market conditions
continued to stabilise but remained tough, we continued to perform well and will
invest where we see opportunities for growth, or to take market share,” said
chief executive Steve Bingham.
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