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Activity picks up in legal services sector, Morgan McKinley report shows

10th August, 2016
Professional jobs market steady in July. Pic: Pixabay

A monthly analysis of professional job opportunities has shown that there were just over 11,900 positions available in July, an increase of 2.4 per cent compared with June.

The Morgan McKinley Monthly Employment Monitor found, however, that there 8 per cent fewer professional jobs available compared with July last year.

The number of professionals seeking new roles fell by two per cent in July from June, though Morgan McKinley said this was mainly due to seasonal factors.

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