The future of private banking hiring levels increased in August 2022

The proportion of private banking firms hiring for roles related to the future of work remained relatively stable in August 2022 compared to the equivalent month last year, with 62.8% of firms included in our analysis hiring for at least one of these positions.

The latter figure was higher than the 62.3% of companies hiring for jobs related to the future of work a year ago and an increase from the 60.6% figure in July 2022.

In terms of the rate of all job postings related to the future of work, related job postings fell in August 2022 compared to July 2022, with 4.9% of newly posted job postings being related to the subject.

The latter figure was the lowest monthly figure on record last year and is the same as the 4.9% newly announced jobs that were tied to the future of work in the equivalent month a year ago.

The future of work is one of the topics that GlobalData, from which our data is drawn for this article, has identified as a key disruptive force facing businesses in the years to come. Companies that excel and invest in these areas are now seen as better prepared for the future business landscape and better equipped to weather unforeseen challenges.

Our data analysis shows that private banking firms are currently hiring for jobs of the future at a higher rate than the average of all companies in GlobalData’s jobs analysis database. The average for all companies was 3.1% in August 2022.

GlobalData’s job analytics database tracks the daily hiring patterns of thousands of companies around the world, pulling in jobs as they are posted and tagging them with additional layers data on everything from how long each job has been to whether a job is related to a larger industry. tendencies.

You can follow the latest data from this database as it emerges by visiting our live dashboard here.

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