The finance and accounting sectors top the list of areas where
employers are concerned about a lack of available talent, a new
survey has found.
A poll of 141 human resources executives by the Association of
Executive Search Consultants (AESC) found that 39 per cent
expressed a concern about this area, followed by IT and Marketing
and PR at 36 per cent each, onrec.com reports.
The findings suggest firms in the finance sector may have to
compete harder for the best candidates, a situation which may
seeking a career in this sector of the economy.
AESC president Peter Felix said: "We are in the early stages of a
major talent shortage that is set to continue for the next ten to
15 years," adding that some companies were already facing a
challenge to replace their leaders and that the future trend was
likely to be this way due to the retirement of so many
Barclays Bank launched a programme to recruit business school
graduates to its global retail and commercial banking arm earlier
this year, the Financial Times reported earlier this month.
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