There was a time when working in the public sector within residential development was, shall we say, not the first choice for most managerial and senior positions in the industry. The sector was poorly funded and poorly resourced. How things have changed. The public sector is now virtually indistinguishable from the private sector, and there are now exciting job opportunities to help deliver eyewatering projects in the capital.
The number of construction jobs in the UK fell for the first time in more than two years in April 2019. Is this decrease in jobs numbers a sign of things to come, or merely a Brexit blip that will soon be forgotten in the coming months?
The 20th RICS Macdonald & Company Rewards and Attitudes Survey sheds a lot of light on what real people think about the prospects in the property sector post-Brexit (if it happens). Brexit is casting a dark shadow on how property professionals feel about the future for the property industry. Here we consider if the pessimism might be misplaced.
We wanted the answer to the question, “How do property professionals in the UK think Brexit will affect them, their colleagues and the industry?”
If you want to know the truth, bypass the politicians. Read this, using data gathered from a survey of over 3300 property professionals in the UK.
The market for investment analyst jobs and other roles in real estate funds is growing rapidly, especially in Asia. These tips will help make the move to the buy-side with high demand for young talent amongst Asia’s Real Estate Fund Managers