2018 Architectural Salary Survey Results

25 October 2018

Following the recent ten-year anniversary of the financial crash, it's worth noting how much the world has changed. Thankfully there are now thousands of people who have entered the architecture profession without experiencing the chaos of a decade ago. Brexit...

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Last of the summer wine or autumn bloom?

12 September 2018

As we draw to the end of an incredible summer when British tourism must have had one of its best years in living memory, how has it been for the architecture industry? The months of July and August are traditionally...

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Last of the summer wine or autumn bloom?

The shifting sands of the architectural jobs market : April 2018

10 April 2018

After an incredibly busy first few months of the year, the jobs market appears to have levelled off since Easter. Although most of our clients still have a lot of work on, an increasing number have put recruitment on hold...

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The shifting sands of the architectural jobs market : April 2018

Architectural Jobs Market Update : Feb 2018

16 February 2018

After last year being far more positive than expected for architecture jobs, the start of 2018 brought a few nervous moments as stock markets and the price of bitcoin plunged. The press reported the end to a number of asset...

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Architectural Jobs Market Update : Feb 2018

2017 Salary Survey Results - Foreword

3 November 2017

Headline figures Average Salary Increase (Part 1s - Partners/Directors) = 2.6% Annual Inflation CPI September 2017 = 3.0% London staff paid 6.1% more than the average Northern Ireland staff paid 21.4% less than the average Gaining your Part 3 is worth on average...

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2017 Salary Survey Results - Foreword

Summer lull or something more significant?

7 September 2017

As the holidays come to an end, we’re often asked if the current situation is a summer lull or something more significant? Certainly, as you would expect, August has been quite quiet and after the last year witnessed a number...

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Summer lull or something more significant?

How has the hung parliament affected architectural jobs?

16 June 2017

With Labour making big gains and the Conservatives losing their majority, the political landscape looks far from certain. This would usually result in nervousness within the architectural market and a slowdown in recruitment. There is, however, a sense that practices...

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How has the hung parliament affected architectural jobs?

New surge in jobs surprisingly coincides with an increase in redundancies

17 May 2017

Having thought the market slowdown would continue up until the election, the last week has seen a positive rebound with a number of new opportunities coming into 9B. These are predominantly for roles in the £30,000 - £40,000 range and working...

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New surge in jobs surprisingly coincides with an increase in redundancies

Who is recruiting in the lead up to the General Election?

9 May 2017

Although traditionally practices put recruitment on hold in the lead up to an election, this doesn't tell the whole story. There appears to have been a slight slowdown for more senior strategic positions which I imagine firms are awaiting the...

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Who is recruiting in the lead up to the General Election?

What affect will a snap election have on architectural jobs?

19 April 2017

After a particularly busy start to 2017 when firms were playing catch up after the hiatus of the referendum, the last month has witnessed a slight slowdown in central London. Although it’s been a turbulent year for politics, thankfully overall...

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What affect will a snap election have on architectural jobs?
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