The analysis forecasts that Spain will continue to have one of the highest rates of unemployment in Europe in Q3 2010 (19.8%) followed by Portugal (10.1%), France (9.4%), Poland (8.8%), Italy (8.2%), the UK (8
consumption and foreign trade. For 2011, KOF is expecting slightly weaker GDP growth of +1.6% on account of the uncertain developments in Europe and the strength of the Swiss Franc.
The forecast unemployment
's temporary gross margin. Indications are that, despite improving demand, pricing remains competitive.
In France, Manpower's largest market, Q2 revenues were up by +14.2% from $1.1 billion in 2009 to $1
with January 2010.
In Italy, the number of hours worked by agency workers rose by +31.5% during the same period.
In France, the number of hours worked by agency workers was +24.5% higher than in January 2010