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back to index backGLOBALtalk November,  2015


U.S. Hiring Plans for Q4 2015 Strongest in Eight Years; Global Outlook Uneven

Employers in India, Taiwan, Japan, U.S. and Romania most optimistic globally; Brazil, Italy hiring environment weakest, while China labor market activity slows.

U.S. employers predict the strongest hiring plans since the fourth quarter of 2007 in the final three months of this year, according to the latest Manpower Employment Outlook Survey, released today by ManpowerGroup. Globally, evidence of definitive workforce gains remains patchy, amid signs the pace of recovery continues to be slow and uneven.

Hiring plans among U.S. employers are the most upbeat in the Americas, and only Indian, Taiwanese and Japanese employers report more optimistic intentions to add to payrolls globally.

Employers in Romania also anticipate strong hiring, while the weakest—with negative hiring intentions—are reported in Brazil, Italy, France, Greece and Finland. Chinese employers, while still positive in their hiring intentions, expect to add staff at the slowest rate in more than six years.

To download 12-page "Manpower Employment Outlook Survey U.S. - Q4 2015" report, please click here.

Source: Manpower - GAI




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