The labour market could tighten even further in 2019 as a result of Britain’s exit from the European Union, experts have warned.

Many skilled and non-skilled non-British workers may leave the UK after Brexit, as the job market is often the first to experience the effects of macro-economic forces.

The process of recruiting is expected to change massively in the near future.

“Speeding up the process of hiring, CVs will become a tool of the past,” says Polina Montano, co-founder and spokesperson of recruitment app Job Today.

For the tech industry, it is believed Brexit could trigger a war for talent.

Certain abilities will be in high demand and with unemployment low, employers will have no choice but to tackle hiring aggressively.

Ms Montano added: “Candidates vying for roles will use virtual reality to showcase their skills, with more interest being placed on the candidate’s story: using video and media to showcase his or her personality.”

Young Brits who are already adept on social media platforms will use the internet as an integrated self-marketing platform and there will be growing interest in them using AI platforms.

Google is already playing a big role in the distribution of jobs.

“It is essential that employers embrace this change and support British youth by making the process inclusive and not exclusive and most of all letting young people prove themselves in the work environment and not just on paper,” Ms Montano concluded.