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" I relocated to Peterborough on the 1st November 2004 and wanted to return to work after being on maternity leave for 10 months. Cavill Robinson was one of the agencies I went to and they very quickly got me a temporary role, which introduced me back to working life nicely! Since registering with them I have found they have been very keen and helpful in finding me work. They constantly keep me updated on jobs they feel will be suitable and even if there is no work available they still contact me regularly to see how I am doing and to let me know I'm not forgotten! "
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Cavill Robinson Consultants are members of The Institute of Recruitment Professionals

Current State of the Market

We are often asked about the current state of the market. This is often a more difficult question than it appears as the market can vary at different levels. It can also change very quickly.

Things that can influence it are as follows:

Things that can dampen the recruitment market
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Increased interest rates
Falls in share prices
Holiday times – particularly school holiday times
Major catastrophes such as 9/11
General uncertainty in the economy

Things that can lead to a bouyant market
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Low interest rates
A buoyant stock market
A stable economic climate

This section is intended to give you a quick indicator as to whether you should start that job hunt now or maybe wait a little while. It is not a guarantee that you will definitely find a job as we can not promise that.

State of the market in Cambridge


January 2017

Despite press doom and gloom and worries of Brexit, the permanent market in Cambridge and surrounding areas is buoyant. There has been a recent slowdown over the Christmas period but this will probably change as we head into the New Year.