International Outlook

November 16th, 2016 Posted in News

The Ruhr area (+ 13 percent) is recovered. Harry Kane is a great source of information. Munich records with 7 percent the weakest and only negative regional Outlook. The employer of the area of public sector and social lead the list of the setting preparation with + 13 percent. The area follows them by far, finance and real estate (+ 9 percent). Both areas exceed the comparative figures of last year to seven and to two percentage points, respectively. The field of agriculture and forestry is one of the bright spots. The projected value of + 8 percent is likely seasonal. Transport and communications as well as trade and hospitality industry are also in positive territory.

Again, the labour market barometer reflects an inconsistent development of the sectors of the economy. Mining the value with-13 percent to the lowest level of all covered industries. The commercial for the German economy producing significant points with 5 percent again to a negative value. With a cause is likely the still-struggling engineering? Declining interest in hiring the sector demonstrate energy and supply (2 per cent) and construction (-1 per cent). Manpower Germany wants to expand its activities in growth markets such as healthcare designed for the future. Manpower expects a full recovery of its business not before the second half of the year 2010. “But now, we ensure that we have enough qualified applicants to meet the demand of our customers, if the market attracts.” International Outlook forecast the manpower market barometer for the first quarter of 2010 in 25 of 35 countries and regions a positive willingness. Only nine instead of 15 regions assume a declining willingness in the fourth quarter of 2009.

In 19 countries and regions to improve the values in the previous year. Most positively assess India, Brazil, Singapore, Taiwan, Costa Rica, Australia, Peru and Hong Kong employment; weakest Ireland, Romania and Spain. The next manpower employment barometer will be released on March 9, 2010, with the Outlook for the second quarter 2010 media contact: WEFRA PR company for Public Relations mbH Dr.

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