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Germany — Temporary employment predicted to fare better than permanent employment

12 April 2010

41% of German regional labour agencies predict that there will be less job losses in temporary employment in 2010 than there were in 2009. 45% expect the temporary employment market to remain stable in 2010. Only 6% think that there will be more job losses in temporary employment this year than there were last year. A mere 1% believe that there will be considerably more job losses in temporary employment this year.

These are the results of an internal survey by the Federal Agency for Labour (BA) among its 176 regional labour agencies across the country, which German daily Bild Zeitung has exclusive access to.


Regional labour agencies are more pessimistic about permanent employment. 38% believe that permanent employment will fall over the next three months. 3% predict a strong fall in permanent employment.

However, 53% of regional labour agencies believe that permanent employment will remain stable in their area in 2010. 6% say that permanent employment will go up. Only 1% believe that permanent employment will go up drastically in their area.

To read a map with regional forecasts on employment please click here

 

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