The international survey included more than 30,000 people across the working-age spectrum in 28 of the world's most powerful economies (including Canada, China, Brazil, France
.7%), Germany (6%) and Denmark (7.1%). On the other hand, a recent deterioration was noted in France and in the UK, while unemployment continued to rise substantially in some peripheral EU member states
”, were hit harshly by job cuts. The study shows that for instance in Spain “90% of employment losses affected temporary workers. But this happened also in France and other European countries.”
, showing a strong annual growth of +28% while Sweden, Belgium and France saw negative growth rates in February. Environment, architecture, urbanism and repair showed +19% annual growth and tops engineering
% of respondents expect to hire at the managerial /professional level over the coming quarter compared to France (39%), Germany (22%) and the Netherlands (50%). The figure for the USA is 49%.
activity in July, with the sharpest drop seen in the Netherlands (-18%), followed by France (-10%), Belgium (-4%), the UK (-3%) and Italy (-1%).
“Germany remains the growth driver of online recruitment
Europe,” said Alan Townsend, Vice President of Sales Readiness and Business Operations for Monster Europe.
The online recruitment market showed particularly weak signs in the Netherlands and France. Here