Sixty-one per cent of self-employed people under 30 and 58% of people aged 31 to 40 think Brexit will result in fewer opportunities.
The majority of both candidates and recruiters believe that it’s important that the recruiter is knowledgeable about the specific job, organisation and industry.
The majority of Brits believe that their job could be made obsolete because of the growing development of technology.
Optimism is high within the UK sign and graphics industry as figures show that there’s plenty of work available in the sector.
Latest ONS results show positive news for the self-employed sector, with it being the only form of paid employment to increase this quarter.
The findings suggest jobs that contribute to the public good, such as health or education-related professions, are the most trustworthy of the bunch.
As many as 611,000 UK disabled people now work for themselves in their main job, but many feel they are not supported by the government.
With applications for new jobs rising by 9.3% year-on-year, employers are urged to focus on their hiring efforts.