Cost.co.uk Responds to Study Detailing the Increase in Firms Hiring Employees

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Firms hiring more staff than they have in the last two years.

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An increase in employment is a great sign for the United Kingdom and for those who are out of work, especially as it is the third consecutive month the index has increased.

According to the BBC, firms plan to hire more staff over the next six months than they have for almost the past two years, research suggests. BDO’s Employment Index reached 96.0 in March – its highest point since August 2011 and the third month in a row that it has indicated a level of employment growth.

Employment growth is a clear indication of economic growth which is good news for the United Kingdom as it avoids a near triple dip recession.

Cost.co.uk is one of the UK’s favourite comparison sites and is always following money based news in order to provide the most up to date deals and offers throughout the United Kingdom. A representative explained, ‘An increase in employment is a great sign for the United Kingdom and for those who are out of work, especially as it is the third consecutive month the index has increased. This will of course affect the country as a whole as more people become employed and in turn add money to the economy, this will trickle down to the rest of the country adding a boost to it. As always, to get the most from your money use Cost.co.uk to compare and save on a range of sectors including insurance, finance, travel and utilities.’

Cost.co.uk continues to follow consumer based and economic news in the UK.

Based in Essex, Cost.co.uk is one of the UK’s leading price comparison sites. Allowing their online customer’s access to companies offering a range of insurance, financial and travel services, the firm specialise in providing a personal experience. Founded in 2012, the agency has a trusted reputation for sourcing the most ideal policies at affordable prices.

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