Recruitment Agencies in Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
Including: Accounting & Finance (29 agencies), IT (29), Engineering (20), Construction (18), Administration (14), Catering and Hospitality (12), Health Care (9), Call Centre / Customer Service (8), Creative / Design (5), Government / Public Sector (5), Food & Drink (3), Media (3), Education (2)
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Premier Connections Staff Recruitment
Evolve IT Recruitment
Jane Paul Recruitment
Recruiter TipThe most frequent search for Recruitment Agencies in Edinburgh is in the Admin sector (10%), but it is the second placed Catering industry (7%) that shows Edinburgh as one of the main tourist hubs in the UK. Other popular searches for employers looking to recruit Edinburgh staff through agencies listed on the Agency Central website include Construction at 7% and IT, Healthcare and Sales all at 4%.
Abrecco Resource Solutions
Chefs on the Run
FWB Park Brown
Time Recruitment Services
Wilkinson and Associates
Fletcher Jones Executive Search
Stealth IT Recruitment
Popular industry sectors in Edinburgh
With a population of nearly half a million, Edinburgh is expanding four times faster than the rest of Scotland, and residents in this vibrant cultural centre report being amongst the happiest in the UK. The workforce here is primarily white collar, with Finance, Tourism, and Healthcare providing the mainstays of the local job market.
Recruitment in Edinburgh
Worth about £11 billion annually, Edinburgh has the second strongest economy in the UK. Recruitment agencies claim jobs in Banking and Finance are found in particular abundance in Edinburgh, and account for roughly one-third of all employment opportunities in the city. The Royal Bank of Scotland, with a staff of more than 9,000, is the area's top employer. Lloyds, Standard Life, and Scottish Widows are also major employment providers.
Edinburgh's Public Sector is quite large, though its importance to the economy is far less than in many other regions of the UK. NHS Scotland and the City of Edinburgh Council support 12% of the workforce. Tourism is another key factor in the job market here, and the 11 million annual visitors support some 30,000 jobs citywide. The city's population is also highly trained, and more than half of residents have attained NVQ4 or higher, far exceeding the national average of 32%. Only about 3% of Edinburgh claimed JSA in 2012, and the median weekly income here is £537.50.