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Banking vacancies have plummeted since Brexit — but job openings in other sectors are growing rapidly

Job vacancies in the banking sector have dropped by 18% since the UK voted to leave the EU, according to new figures. The data, released by recruitment site Reed, shows that banking saw the biggest annual contraction of job listings out of any sector following the Brexit vote. It suggests employers are holding off recruitment until prime minister Theresa May makes it clear whether she will end financial passporting rights as part of a "Hard Brexit.
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