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Netherlands — Industrial sector bails out temporary employment in April

18 May 2010

The Dutch Association of Temporary Employment Agencies (ABU), has today published the latest statistics regarding the temporary employment sector in the Netherlands covering weeks 13 to 16.

The number of hours worked by temporary employees fell by -1% when compared to the same period of last year whilst revenues generated by temporary employment agencies fell by -3%.


In the medical sector, the number of hours worked by temporary employees fell by -13% during the period when compared to last year whilst revenues generated by temporary employment agencies in the medical sector equally fell by -13%.

In the administrative sector, the number of hours worked by temporary employees fell by -15% during the period when compared to last year whilst revenues generated by temporary employment agencies in the administrative sector equally fell by -15%.

In the technical sector, the number of hours worked by temporary employees fell by -3% during the period when compared to last year whilst revenues generated by temporary employment agencies in the technical sector equally fell by -3%.

In the industrial sector, on the other hand, the number of hours worked by temporary employees rose by +13% during the period when compared to last year whilst revenues generated by temporary employment agencies in the industrial sector rose by +14%.

 

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