LONDON (Reuters) – British companies’ demand for new staff increased in September at the weakest rate in almost eight years, according to a survey on Tuesday that showed the labor market, the bright spot of the economy, is starting to show cracks ahead of Brexit.
An index of vacancies in a monthly labor market survey from the Recruitment and Employment Confederation (REC) fell to its lowest since January 2012 at 52.6, down from 52.8 in August.
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