U.K. Job Index Fell to Three-Month Low in April, Reed Says
A U.K. gauge of new job growth fell to a three-month low in April as demand for workers in banking and health care slowed, recruitment company Reed.co.uk said.
The Reed Job Index dropped to 134 from 142 in March, the London-based company said in a report today. An index of salaries slipped 1 point to 98 as pay offers on new jobs declined, Reed said.
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