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England – London hot jobs listed

16 September 2013

CareerBuilder.co.uk and Economic Modelling Specialists International (EMSI) have released a list of Hot Jobs for London, based on occupations with the greatest increase in the number of positions between 2010 and 2013. The study draws from a full range of Government sources including the Business Register Employment Survey and the Annual Survey of Hours and Earnings.

Scott Helmes, Managing Director of CareerBuilder UK, said: “While job growth has been flat over the last few years as the UK economy continues to struggle, there are a variety of occupations that are adding jobs at healthy levels. The good news is that the educational requirements for the growing occupations across London vary greatly, pointing to greater opportunities for all those unemployed; not just those in certain highly skilled fields.”

The “hot jobs” for London, including their median hourly wages, are:

1. Security Guards and Related Occupations

  • Change in jobs (2010 – 2013): 6,301
  • Percentage increase: +11%
  • Median hourly earnings: £9.07

2. IT Strategy and Planning

  • Change in jobs (2010 – 2013): 5,895
  • Percentage increase: +12%
  • Median hourly earnings: £24.52

3. Personnel and Industrial Relations Officers

  • Change in jobs (2010 – 2013): 5,645
  • Percentage increase: +15%
  • Median hourly earnings: £13.81

4. Solicitors, Lawyers, and Judges

  • Change in jobs (2010 – 2013): 4,871
  • Percentage increase: +11%
  • Median hourly earnings: £36.86

5. Property, Housing and Land Managers

  • Change in jobs (2010 – 2013): 4,841
  • Percentage increase: +18%
  • Median hourly earnings: £20.18

6.  Receptionists

  • Change in jobs (2010 – 2013): 4,672
  • Percentage increase: +12%
  • Median hourly earnings: £9.17

7. Chartered Surveyors

  • Change in jobs (2010 – 2013): 2,309
  • Percentage increase: +16%
  • Median hourly earnings: £22.56

8. Caretakers

  • Change in jobs (2010 – 2013): 1,733
  • Percentage increase: +13%
  • Median hourly earnings: £10.73

9. Graphic Designers

  • Change in jobs (2010 – 2013): 1,644
  • Percentage increase: +11%
  • Median hourly earnings: £14.52

10. Dental Nurses

  • Change in jobs (2010 – 2013): 1,601
  • Percentage increase: +49%
  • Median hourly earnings: £9.69

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