Winston-Salem employers are projected to remain cautious with their hiring plans in the second quarter, according to a Manpower Inc. survey timed for release today. When compared to the same period past year, the outlook remains upbeat despite notable declines in hiring expectations in crucial sectors such as Mining & Construction and Manufacturing.
"With several variations removed from the data, Belleville's second quarter net employment outlook of four per cent is a two percentage point decrease when compared to the previous quarterly Outlook", said McAllister.
Meanwhile, the hiring scene is looking up in other countries, too. A considerable decline of 14 percentage points is reported in the North, while Outlooks are 5 and 3 percentage points weaker in the South and the West, respectively.
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Employment prospects are positive across all sectors of the Greek economy and all of the country's regions according to the ManpowerGroup survey of employers for the next three months.
The survey found 26 percent of IN respondents plan to increase staff; 3 percent plan to decrease; and 71 percent expect to maintain current workforce levels. Public and social sector employers report modest hiring plans with an outlook of +7%, while some payroll gains are forecast for the mining and quarrying sector, where the outlook stands at +6%.
Overall, the report finds that the favourable hiring climate observed in Q1 2018 expected to continue in Q2, with workforce gains anticipated in all seven industry sectors studied.
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The Orlando area had the strongest employment growth, 3.8 percent, followed by South Florida, with 3 percent growth during the year - both above the national average, he said.
Among the generally positive hiring trends expressed for the Asia-Pacific Region, the country that expressed the most caution was China (+8 percent), where companies have shown only a minor increase in optimism towards hiring over the past three consecutive quarters. However, Gauteng employers report an improvement of six percentage points, while outlooks for Eastern Cape and KwaZulu-Natal remain relatively stable.
High demand for labour across the Wholesale & Retail Trade and Finance, Insurance & Real Estate sectors has kept Australia's employment outlook at one of the strongest levels in over six years. This is the best forecast recorded by the survey in at least nine years. Among the countries and territories featuring seasonally adjusted data, confidence is strongest in Taiwan, Japan, Hungary and the United States, while the weakest hiring prospects are reported in Italy, the Czech Republic and Switzerland.
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The ManpowerGroup interviewed 58,000 employers in 43 countries and territories and especially 46000 employers in India as their sample size for the employment outlook survey.
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