RTTNews - Vacancies in the London financial services sector increased 20% in June and reached its highest level in 2009, reports said citing a survey conducted by the recruitment firm Morgan McKinley on Wednesday. But total job openings in June were down 58% from the previous year level.

Meanwhile, the average city salary stayed at GBP 50,115, down 1% in June from the prior year.

Andrew Evans, managing director of Morgan McKinley's financial services division reportedly said the financial services jobs market is still highly competitive. It is likely to get even more competitive over the summer months.

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