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Spain — Summer temporary employment expected to be up by +10%

26 May 2010

In a new press release temporary staffing agency Adecco Spain predicts that temporary employment will be up by +10% this Summer (July, August, first half of September) compared to the Summer period of 2009.

After the disastrous Summer period of 2009 when temporary employment fell by -30%, Adecco expects to sign up more than 125,000 temporary employees for this year's Summer season, mainly to work in the tourism sector.


In the hotel and restaurant sectors, the most sought after temporary employees are forecast to be chefs, waiters and multi-lingual hotel receptionists.

In the leisure parks sector, the most sought after temporary employees are forecast to be travel agents, tourist guides and holiday representatives.

The majority of holiday season temporary employees are expected to work in the Canary Islands, the Balearic Islands, Levante, Andalusia, the Barcelona region and Madrid.

To read the full press release in Spanish language please click here

 

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