Expat Economics, the first report from the 2010 study, found that the UK, Belgium, Spain, France, Germany and The Netherlands were the worst performing locations when it came to overall wealth, with lower
profit fell by -67% from 20.6 million Pounds in H2 2008 to 6.8 million Pounds in H2 2009. In Germany, which represents 49% of this division's net fees and the majority of the division's profits, net fees
that of people aged over 25. In 2008, the ratio rose to 2.8 on average but with large differences between countries: Germany has the lowest ratio (1.5), largely because its apprenticeship system works well
) and Germany (13% of EMEA), significant sequential growth was not achieved in the fourth quarter of 2009. The group started Page Personnel in Germany.
Italy (8% of EMEA) and Spain (8% of EMEA) both delivered
the group has its second largest and most established business after the UK, there was a noticeable increase in the number of permanent placements in Q4 2009.
In the Netherlands (14% of EMEA) and Germany