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Car Leasing Appeals to Those in Fixed Term Professional Positions

PRESTON, England, November 7, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --

In recent months and years the job market has taken on a different complexion than it once had and much of this is down to the fact that organisations of all kinds tend to have their recruitment policies dictated by economic matters. The lack of security of funding for certain positions has changed the nature of opportunities out there for job seekers and those looking to change careers.

One of the changes professionals have seen is an increase in fixed term positions instead of permanent positions. This is because employers are taking a more cautious approach in terms of staffing and growth.

When it comes to commuting, a great many professional people are actually choosing cheap car leasing over car ownership when they take a fixed term job instead of a permanent position. This is because the uncertainty regarding their professional future makes a large investment such as a car a risky venture.

The team at Signature Car Leasing has seen an increase in inquiries from professional people put off by the prospect of owning a brand new car and the long term financial implications of such an investment. Instead, they are opting to lease a car for the period of time they know they will be able to afford it.

This represents a sensible approach to motoring at a time when driving has become very expensive indeed. Vehicle excise duty, insurance premiums and fuel costs all seem to be on the rise and modern motorists who rely on their cars for the commute have demonstrated that they are open to other ways of operating.

Visitors to will find a host of different cars available depending on the tastes, circumstances and requirements of each individual motorist, couple or family. Drivers can choose anything from a supermini to a people carrier in their bid to find the most appropriate transport solution for them.

The contracts available at Signature Car Leasing range from 12 months to 48 months, which is good news for professionals in fixed term positions of similar lengths within their chosen industry or sector.

Wayne Lee

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