In a recent survey, the firm found that the shortage of specialist skills will drive remuneration higher and provide job seekers with more opportunities. “As we move into a candidate-driven market, employers should be looking to set themselves apart by executing on workforce engagement strategies that attract and retain top talent,” said Marks Sattin director Ieuan Williams.
The survey revealed that the top 10 roles in demand for 2016 include: fund accountants, unit pricing professionals, claims specialists, investment operations professionals, paraplanners, advisers, injury management advisers, accountants skilled in business partnering, allied health professionals and underwriters.
Moreover, the survey found job seekers are becoming more optimistic about the state of the economy and more secure in their roles. READ More: