Graduate gap puts property professionals in high demand

A RecruitmentPlus survey of 400 people in real estate shows the wages that quality employees can expect in an industry suffering a shortage of talent

22nd January, 2017
Olive Murphy, head of RecruitmentPlus’s property division

It’s been almost a decade since the property boom went bust and then seemed to be on the rise again. During that period, figures for those employed in the buying, selling, valuing and management of all areas of the property market have fluctuated in tune with the real estate market.

The numbers of people looking to make a career in the property game dropped significantly following the crash, leaving gaps in the graduate...

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