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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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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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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With Brexit negotiations about to start, which regions are the busiest?

29 March 2017

Now Theresa May has signed the letter that will formally begin the UK's departure from the European Union it is quite notable how different regions have been affected over the last few months. Although London has recovered significantly from the...

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Which CAD system is most in demand and requested within 44% of job adverts?

2 February 2017

After another interesting week with Donald Trump becoming president, Parliament having to vote on Article 50 and a number of trade deals being discussed, we wait to see what the potential impact will be on British Architects. With this in...

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What is the outlook for architectural jobs in 2017?

25 November 2016

As 2016 draws to an end, we start to wonder what is in store for the year ahead. I’ve worked in architectural recruitment for over 16 years and been through the many ups and downs of the cyclical construction sector...

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Results of the 9B Architectural Salary Survey

26 October 2016

Before the referendum, the architectural jobs market was particularly busy and salaries appeared to be rising at their fastest pace for a number of years. Following the result, however, the jobs market has seen a dramatic split. As a number...

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Why it is a good time for British Architects to work abroad

19 October 2016

Following the referendum, the architectural jobs market has witnessed some big changes. The greatest impact appears to have been within larger practices in central London. These firms had generally grown a lot over the last couple of years but with...

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Architectural salary survey following the referendum result

12 September 2016

Before the referendum, the architectural jobs market was particularly busy and salaries appeared to be rising at their fastest pace for a number of years. Following the result, however, the jobs market has seen a dramatic split. As a number...

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How will Brexit affect architectural jobs?

5 August 2016

After the initial shock of the referendum result, I have spent the last week speaking to as many clients as possible to gauge their reaction to the situation we now find ourselves in. Having worked in architectural recruitment for over...

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