Meraki Insights

A range of blogs and market views of interest to candidates and clients alike.

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Careers Abroad - Why Luxembourg?

Meraki Talent are currently recruiting for several opportunities in Luxembourg. Luxembourg is the second largest investment fund centre in the world after the United States, the premier captive reinsurance market in the European Union and the premier private banking centre in the Eurozone. The financial sector is the largest contributor to the Luxembourg economy.


24/11/2017 by Jenna Gallagher

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Careers Abroad – Why Cyprus?

Thinking of moving your career abroad but haven’t decided where? If you’re thinking of making a move to somewhere that offers stability, safety and sunshine then Cyprus is the place for you! The Republic of Cyprus occupies the southern part of the island of Cyprus in the eastern Mediterranean and is the third largest and third most populous island in the Mediterranean. It’s popular amongst expats for several reasons and I wanted to share these with you…   1.


26/10/2017

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Careers Abroad - Why Malta?

Have you thought about moving abroad to further your professional experience and enhance your lifestyle? Meraki Talent are currently recruiting for many opportunities in Malta so I wanted to share some information about why you should consider this fantastic location.   Malta is a beautiful island located about 50 miles sound of Sicily, in the Mediterranean Sea.


06/10/2017 by Nicola Martin

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Careers Abroad - Why Sweden?

Meraki Talent are currently recruiting for a number of opportunities in Scandinavia, particularly in Stockholm, Sweden. With Sweden being one of the most sought-after locations in Europe to relocate to, we wanted to explore the reasons for this. . .    1.


20/09/2017 by Nicola Goedkoop

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Financial Sector Update - Q2 2017

The latest Market report on the UK Labour Market showed starting salaries rising as employer need to pay a premium as less people are open to making a move.   In our view this has been echoed in Scotland's Financial Sector with many client's reporting skills shortages and lack of suitably qualified applicants in certain areas.


24/07/2017 by Andrew Welsh

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