Which sectors meet the demand for new job opportunities now that many have either been furloughed or made redundant? With many Brits currently looking for new roles, we wanted to find out which sectors offer the most opportunities for job seekers in the current market.
To find the top sectors with the most jobs available to meet the demand, we’ve compared the latest unemployment data to the number of jobs available in the UK – revealing the easiest and the hardest sectors to find a new role.
These are the top 5 sectors where it’s the easiest to find a new role, with the most jobs available for unemployed Brits:
Offering the lowest number of jobs to meet the demand of the UK’s unemployed, these are the 5 hardest sectors to find a new role:
To find the top sectors hiring right now, we’ve looked at the number of jobs available for assistant, executive and manager roles – revealing the top 10 sectors with the most job listings for each experience level.
These are the top 10 sectors currently hiring for entry-level jobs, such as assistant roles:
For those with a few years of experience who are looking for more intermediate roles, these are the top 10 sectors with the highest number of mid-level jobs available:
If you’re looking for senior-level positions like manager roles, these 10 sectors are offering the most job opportunities in the UK:
To find out which jobs are the most searched for, and the sectors offering the most jobs per search, we’ve compared the monthly search volume for jobs across all sectors with the number of jobs available.
Based on this, these are the top 10 sectors where the job supply meets the search demand:
|Rank||Sector||Jobs Available||Search Volume||Jobs Available Per 1 Search|
Full data for tables above:
|Rank||Sector||Unemployed people in sector||Available jobs||New jobs available for X% of unemployed|
|Rank||Sector||Jobs available||Sector||Jobs available||Sector||Jobs available|
|1||Health||19,120||Professional services||5,122||Professional services||33,010|