20% of Hamilton employers plan to hire this spring

20% of Hamilton employers plan to hire this spring

20% of Hamilton employers plan to hire this spring

Nearly one in three Greek employers will hire more staff in the next three months if the results of a ManpowerGroup survey on expectations for the second quarter of the year turn out to be correct. The strongest Outlooks are reported in Transportation & Utilities (+25%), Leisure & Hospitality (+25%), Wholesale & Retail Trade (+24%) and Professional & Business Services (+23%) followed by Mining (+19%), Construction (+19%), Durable Goods Manufacturing (+19%) and Non-Durable Goods Manufacturing (+17%).

The remaining one per cent are unsure of their hiring intentions. The UK jobs market has been like a party that no-one has wanted to leave, and the ONS recently reported a 440,000 increase in employment in the past year.

Hick continues: "The Finance and Business Services sector employs around six million people and includes the likes of lawyers, bankers, architects and estate agents".

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Richmondites looking for a new job may not be able to expect a significant number of openings coming up, but one employment agency says the area will have a "moderate hiring climate" over the next few months. But it is not just uncertainty that is put the brakes on hiring in financial institutions.

"The end of banks hiring to manage PPI claims and other is also now starting to filter". A massive £30bn has already been paid out requiring enormous amounts of administration and creating tens of thousands of jobs.

Another sector that is much more downbeat this quarter is Transport, Storage and Comms, which has now recorded a negative employment Outlook for three straight quarters, reaching -4 percent this quarter, its least optimistic Outlook since 2010.

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Hiring intentions improve by 8 percentage points in Free State when compared with the previous quarter, while Kwazulu Natal employers report an increase of 4 percentage points.

Ten out of the UK's 12 regions report a fall in confidence since last quarter. In the Midwest (+20%), Northeast (+18%) and West, the Outlook is up a percentage point (+20%) year-over-year and up two percentage points in the South. "It is also a five percentage point decrease from the Outlook reported during the same time past year, indicating a flat hiring pace for the upcoming months".

"Employers in nearly all countries we surveyed globally report positive hiring outlooks for Q2, with most optimism in the U.S. and Japan", said ManpowerGroup Chairman and CEO Jonas Prising.

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