2015 looks like a record breaking year for the motor industry

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We have mentioned in previous blogs that the motor trade industry is looking up, and more good news is on the way. According to figures from Whatcar.com, this year looks set to be a record breaking one for the automotive sector. The site has experienced a surge in visitors since the beginning of 2015, which suggests that more and more people are interested in purchasing cars.

Car sales reached their highest peak in a decade during 2014, but these numbers suggest that 2015 will see even bigger sales. This could be down to any number of causes, such as a stabilising economy, lower interest rates, and as technology advances, the ever-expanding range of outstanding vehicles which are becoming available for consumers to choose from.

Whatever the reasons for the rise in sales, this is excellent news for garages and car dealerships, and also great for anybody who is looking to take the next step into their career in the industry. If you are in search of a job in sales, customer service, engineering or any other aspect of the motor trade, you can expect that there will be an increase in new and exciting roles as the industry continues to experience growth and success. The sheer diversity of different jobs and roles in the sector makes it one of the most dynamic, challenging and exciting industries in the UK right now, and we are proud to help the industry by matching the best staff with the best roles.

We focus exclusively on motor trade recruitment which optimises our chances of helping you to find the perfect vacancy. We work with a wide variety of highly respected, high quality companies across the entire sector, and as a result of this, we can give you access to some of the best roles available in the business. Sign up with us today and we will get in touch with you, helping you to take the first steps into a successful career in the motor trade or boosting your existing career.