More than 11,000 new jobs to be created in Liverpool by 2023

2nd March 2020

Up to 11,600 new jobs will be created in Liverpool over the next three years, according to a new report.

Accountancy firm EY is predicting an average employment growth for the city of 1% a year from 2020 to 2023. Liverpool’s GVA is also expected to continue its year-on-year increase, rising by 1.8% per year over the forecast period.

The EY Regional Economic Forecast indicates Liverpool will outperform the wider North West on both fronts over the next three years with the region set to experience an average GVA growth of 1.6% and employment rate of 0.4% per year.

Liverpool’s biggest employment growth is expected to come from the administrative and support service and human health and social work sectors.

The professional, scientific and technical and administrative and support service sectors are the areas expected to experience the fastest levels of growth over this period.

Read more about Liverpool City Region’s talent supply HERE. 

2nd March 2020